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The 5 Biggest Licensing Mistakes You Can Easily Avoid

October 13, 20170 Comments

Licensing is process. It requires doing certain activities and tasks to protect, manage and turn your intellectual property into a money-making licensing deal. But trying to take shortcuts in the process leads to making some big mistakes that cost you time, money and in some cases, a lot of legal headaches. If you’re new to […]

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Here’s What No One Tells You About Licensing

October 11, 20170 Comments

Licensing is not a legal process. Nor is it a legal agreement. While legal is an important part of licensing, it’s not what licensing is about. Licensing is a process for managing and making money with your intellectual property. Most often, it’s in the form of a licensing agreement with another company. It creates a […]

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The 3 Fundamentals That Everyone Always Forgets About Licensing

October 9, 20170 Comments

Like any skill or profession, success in licensing is built upon certain fundamentals. Get them right, and your licensing activities will be successful. But if you overlook them, you wind up frustrated, trying to figure out why you’re getting nowhere with your licensing program. While there are many parts to the licensing process, today I’m […]

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Are You Putting Your Intellectual Property at Risk?

October 4, 20170 Comments

Your intellectual property is a valuable asset and failing to protect it puts your IP at risk. Regardless of what type of IP you own, it’s an asset that over time can become very valuable. Success with your IP is dependent upon your ability to manage and protect it.

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Here’s One of the Fastest Ways to Launch Your Startup

September 20, 20170 Comments

Some of the biggest corporations in the world have intellectual property just sitting there waiting for a small business or a start-up company to license it. You’re thinking “Well, wait a minute. Why would a large corporation do that?” The answer is that many of these large corporations like Dow, Corning or Hewlett Packard or AT&T, have big R&D departments. They create not only intellectual properties related to the products and services they’re offering, but they also develop offshoots and new developments. And a lot of this IP they are unable to incubate and bring to the market.

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