A pragmatic approach to intellectual property (IP) audit for start-ups

A pragmatic approach to intellectual property (IP) audit for start-ups

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Unlike established businesses that normally have their IP activities documented in detail by experienced staff, most start-up companies do not have a comprehensive understanding of their IP. This means the traditional questionnaire-centered IP audit approach will not work because the questions may not be interpreted properly, and the answers may not be accurate due to lack of IP experience and valid IP record.

Monetizing your intangible assets

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As the holder of intellectual property (IP) rights, it is crucial that you are fully aware of new opportunities to monetize your IP. In my last article [IPFS] I described the exciting opportunities offered by the Singaporean Government’s Intellectual Property Financing Scheme (IPFS). However, there are also a number of other developing and established avenues …

Monetizing of Intangible Assets

Monetising of intangible assets

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We all wish to make money from our assets. This can be from our tangible assets or our intangible assets Monetising of intangible assets A company’s intangible assets can take many forms. Most commonly, they exist in the form of patents, trade marks, designs and copyrights – however, this list is not exhaustive. Traditionally, there …