Innovation Insights

Webinar Review: IP portfolio management for SMEs

Written by Hejab Azam on Feb 1, 2017 10:00:00 AM

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This webinar was hosted by guest speaker Timothy Butler, CEO of asset intelligence firm Tego. In this webinar, he discusses techniques for IP portfolio management for small medium enterprises (SMEs). With plenty of examples from Tego, he explains how to develop a strong IP portfolio in such competitive markets.


Topics: startups, IP Analysis

Startup advice: Creating an effective IP strategy

Written by Hejab Azam on Jan 27, 2017 5:15:00 PM

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We live in an age where we depend heavily on technology on a day-to-day basis. As a result, there are more emerging technology companies that are disrupting the market to provide new solutions to improve our lives. It is becoming important for these companies to protect their hard work and stay ahead of competition by protecting their assets through various forms of intellectual property.


Topics: R&D, startups, Legal

8 ways to use IP analysis for investment research

Written by Duncan Clark on Nov 15, 2016 1:35:33 PM

Successful market intelligence will leverage all the data that is available in order to provide the most complete picture upon which to base decisions relating to market opportunities and company strategies. One of those sources of information is intellectual property.


Topics: Growth, Patents, Corporate Strategy, startups

5 Common startup IP mistakes

Written by Joe Bamsey on Nov 10, 2016 1:22:45 PM

Intellectual-Property-Law5-1.jpgIntellectual Property is usually low on the list of priorities for startups. But founders shouldn't be so fast to write off the importance of IP, as it can prove to be an essential building block for growth, investment, and even acquisition. If you take a look at many innovative and successful start ups you will most likely find that they started patenting early, and have a strong hold on their IP portfolio. Here are five of the most common misconceptions we hear from startup founders when discussing intellectual property.


Topics: Patents, startups