Neil Wilkof of the great IP Finance blog brought up a couple of interesting issues in his latest blog post entitled Securitization of IP: Urban Legend, or Playing Soon in a Theatre Near You? Specifically, he wonders if the desire for innovative (and not discredited) financial products today will result in the emergence of IP [...]
Posts from ‘August, 2009’
As an IP Business Strategist, I frequently speak to CEOs of high growth/start-up companies. I have prepared this short deck to walk them through the basics of how IP Strategy can be implemented in their organizations, and where in their organizations their intangible assets might reside. IP Strategy Basics for High Growth Companies View more [...]
Reality Check for Inventors: Most Corporations Will Not Give Your Idea a First Look. Here’s Some Reasons Why.
Many people assume that corporations will readily consider good ideas from external sources, presumably because from the outside it makes sense to do so. That is, why should a corporation spend the time and money to create something from scratch if someone else has invented a product or technology that is a good fit and can be acquired [...]
This blog has been in existence since March 2008, and there is content going back to then on this new site. For those who have been regular readers of this blog, I hope you enjoy the new format. For new readers, I hope to engage with you frequently about the topics discussed here. The blog is built on the Wordpress platform. There [...]