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Is Your Intellectual Property Losing Value?

May 10, 20170 Comments

If you don’t use it, you lose it.  When it comes to intellectual property, its value is lost if it’s not commercialized. IP loses value in several ways. Patents lose value as the get closer to the end of their protection. Trademarks lose value if someone uses it without your permission. And all IP loses […]

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Are You Throwing Everything Including the Kitchen Sink Into Your Licensing Deal?

May 3, 20170 Comments

When licensing your intellectual property, you’re giving someone rights to use your IP in return for royalty payments. If it’s a patent, it can be make, sell, and distribute. If it’s a trademark, it’s rights to use it on their products or services. Your IP is a bundle of rights and unless you know what […]

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Are You Facing a Lifetime of Royalties or Lost Income Opportunities?

April 26, 20170 Comments

Your intellectual property is a bundle of rights that can be licensed in many ways. Licensing your IP to several industries, or for different products, or to a single licensing partner are each different strategies. The right one will multiply your royalty revenues. But the wrong strategy locks up your IP and costs you more […]

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Sell, Make or License – Which is the Right Option for Your IP?

February 16, 20170 Comments

Making money with your IP means profiting from the value created by your IP.  Its value depends on many things and changes depending on what it does (disrupts an industry, improves production, new product innovation, etc.), how close it is to market ready, and how profitable it will be.  To tap this money-making opportunity, you […]

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Are You Putting All Your IP Eggs in One Basket?

January 18, 20170 Comments

Your intellectual property can be licensed in many ways, whether its generating revenues from different products, developing new applications, or building a bigger market opportunity. Each is a different strategy. The question is which one is right for your intellectual property? This is part one of a three-part article in which I’ll discuss three of […]

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