Free Courses

Whether you’re an inventor with a new or market ready IP, a business looking to expand, a startup ready to launch, or someone who’s brand new to the world of IP and licensing, these courses will introduce and teach you about the basics of licensing and how to use it to make money with your IP.

These courses are divided into two tracks – one for the inventor and one for the business owner and startup. While you can take any course at any time, they are listed in a recommended sequence. After completing these courses, if you’re looking for more advanced training, check out our paid training courses and licensing coaching services.

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IP Owners, Inventors and Just Starting Out

Licensing 101

This e-course provides an introduction to the licensing process – what it is and how it works. It’s designed for anyone interested in learning how to make money with intellectual property. If you are new to the world of IP this e-course will get you familiar with what IP is and how it’s used to make money. Read More about “”

3 Big IP Money Blocks

Learn the three big roadblocks that prevent you from making money with your IP and how to get past them. Many of us have great IP but don’t know to make money with it. For you, it may be question of not knowing what to do or how to do it. Maybe you are going the “traditional route” of starting a business. Or you may not even realize you’ve got valuable IP. Read More about “”

The Licensing Mindset

One of the biggest obstacles to making money with intellectual property is the way you think about it. This e-course will teach you how to think like an IP entrepreneur to create money making opportunities for your IP. Read More about “”

3 Secrets to Unlocking IP Value

This webinar will show you how break out of the tangible thinking box, find the valuable parts of your IP, and see new ways to make money with your IP. Licensing transforms your IP rights into valuable products, services and technologies. Your IP increases in value the more its rights are used by licensing partners. Read More about “”

Guerrilla Licensing: No Cost and Low Cost Ways to Promote Your IP

Getting the first licensee if often the most challenging. Sometime it begins when the IP owner is approached by a potential licensee. Most often, it starts with promoting the licensing opportunity. During this 7 part e-course, you’ll learn about seven no-cost and low-cost strategies to promote your intellectual property and create money making licensing deals. Read More about “”

Are Your Licensing Efforts Going Nowhere?

Trying to license your IP without a plan of action is like steering a boat without any navigational charts. You start in one direction, don’t get anywhere, then suddenly change course, but never get to where you want to go. All you need is the right tool to help you quickly organize and get your plan into action. That’s why its part of the Licensing Toolkit - a one of a kind resource with the 5 critical tools that are key to every successful licensing deal. Click here to get The Licensing Toolkit.

Business Owners, Entrepreneurs and Startups

7 Ways to Build a Business with Licensing

Your business IP is a revenue generating asset. Yet it’s an asset you may not be using to its full revenue potential. During this free e-course, you’ll learn about 7 ways you can use licensing to get the most out of your business IP. Each lesson in this e-course series will open your eyes to the money-making power of your business IP. Whether you are a new start-up or an experienced CEO, this e-course will teach you how to use licensing to build and expand any type of business. Read More about “”

JV Licensing Strategies

Developing and making money with your IP doesn’t mean you have to go it alone. A joint venture is when two or more companies co-develop a product or service and agree to market it under both brands or create a third, shared brand. You can use licensing to get the resources you need without the added cost through a joint venture. Read More about “”

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