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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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A Low Cost Way to Build Your Startup through Licensing

June 1, 20170 Comments

Licensing is one of the fastest ways to build your start-up. When you license a market ready intellectual property, you’ve got an asset that builds immediate value to your start-up. The one thing you don’t want to do is approach them with a start-up mentality. That means being ready to show them how your start-up […]

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Don’t Build It…License It.

October 26, 20160 Comments

When you develop a new product or technology, often times the first thought is to create a company around it. But this isn’t always the best way to successfully get it into the market. I often speak with inventors who start a company around their intellectual property. The spend most of their time trying to […]

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How to Rocket Your Startup to Success

December 9, 20150 Comments

NASA is offering startups the opportunity to license their intellectual property technology for no upfront cost. And you can work with their IP for up to three years without paying any royalty.

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How to Beat the Startup Failure Odds

October 1, 20150 Comments

Very often, the difference between success and failure for a startup is its ability to raise additional capital. Most startups have little or no revenue, large research and development expenses, and few tangible assets. The start-ups’ primary and most valuable asset is their intellectual property —patents, trade secrets, trademarks, or copyrights.

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