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Intellepedia Presents a Seminar on Intellectual Property for Business and Financial Benefit

Intellectual Property for Business and Financial Benefit

We’re holding a half day IP seminar, Intellectual Property for Business and Financial Benefit on February 14th at BananaIP Counsels in Bangalore. Spaces are reserved exclusively for Senior-level individuals, R&D Leaders, Technology and Innovation Driven Startups. How to take advantage of IP in today’s business context in India? Intellectual Property has today emerged as an important business tool in India. From financial  valuation and increasing business revenues to gaining business advantage and market share, IP is being used effectively by large and small companies as well as startups to gain business and  competitive advantage. The increase in number of patent, trademark, industrial...

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What is the Value of Your IP?

Intellectual Property

Original Date of Publication: September 6th, 2010 Unlike five years ago, many Indian companies in today believe that Intellectual Property (IP) adds value to their business interests. They have been aggressively protecting their IP and are asking what their IP is worth. They are not content with the answer of attorneys that revolves around exclusivity, competitive advantage, market share, price margins and so on. Companies would like to know if their IP really has value in terms of money. Determining the value of IP in terms of money is called IP Valuation. Valuation of IP is very tricky due to the uncertainities...

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Value of IP for Small and Medium Enterprises

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  This post was first published on March 14th, 2013.   Contrary to popular belief in India, Intellectual Property (IP) is neither a boon nor a curse for small and medium enterprises (SMEs). Just like other business tools, it is a tool that can provide business and competitive advantage, provided an SME wishes to gain such an advantage. The wish must obviously be backed by appropriate steps in the right direction, in the light of the SMEs business goals. While the overarching objective of this series is to indicate various elements of the path to gaining business value, this article will focus only...

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Extracting IP Value

This post was first published on May 10, 2011.   Intellectual Property (IP) plays a very important role in providing competitive and business advantage to a company. In order to maximize competitive advantage, a company must make the best and most of its intellectual assets. Extracting optimal value from IP does not start or end with protection. During a recent talk at a gathering of about fifty leading Indian companies, ninety percent of them stated that emphasis is always on protection and not much beyond that. The emphasis on protection is good for companies that never thought about IP ten years back...

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The Importance of Intellectual Property for Entrepreneurs – A Short Talk With Dr. Sudhir Borgonha

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  First Publication Date: 1st May 2008   Dr. Sudhir is a graduate from St. John’s Medical College and Sloan School of Management, MIT. He has been on the founding team of three life sciences companies which include Angstrom Medica, Massachusetts, a nanotechnology based orthopedics application Company; Triesta Sciences, California, a genomics based cancer research organization and ClinTest International, Michigan. He currently serves as a CEO of ClinTest International and also runs Sandbox, a life Sciences Incubator.   Q1. What is the value of IP for entrepreneurs in knowledge driven sectors? IP for entrepreneurs is of tremendous value. Knowledge driven sectors are essentially that -...

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Finding Ideas, Inventions and Creations in Companies – IP Audits XII

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Intellectual Property (IP) is like any other business tool, and a company must know how to use it to gain business and financial value. Simply put, Intellectual Property can add value to a company, provided the company wants it to add value, invests in IP appropriately, and knows how to derive value from IP. Many companies lose out on value from intellectual property because of lack of commitment, investment or knowledge. Value of IP Audits As outlined earlier, an IP Audit can help a company in many ways. It can help a company: Identify ideas, inventions and creations that may be converted into...

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IP Audits/Mining and Business Value- A Presentation by Dr. Kalyan C. Kankanala at CII

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The following presentation titled “IP Audits/Mining and Business Value”, was delivered Dr. Kalyan C. Kankanala (Managing Partner, BananaIP Counsels) at a conference on intellectual property management organised by Confederation of Indian Industry (CII). The presentation was given to an audience consisting of participants from MNCs, corporates, MSMEs, innovation, IPR research and consulting firms / institutes, R&D companies, IP consultants, academic institutions, scientists etc. The presentation covered the following topics. Just One Layer Experience of IP Audits Purpose of IP Audits IP Audit at a Start-up IP Audits for SMEs IP Audit for a MNC IP Audit as a Tool Creativity...

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Finding Ideas, Inventions and Creations in Companies: IP Audits VI

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Case Experience 3 - IP Audit for a Start Up The case experiences are based on the 120 audits we had performed in India over the last ten years. The audits gave us invaluable insights into the role of IP in business in the Indian context, and we have tried to encapsulate some basic results/learnings at a macro level through these experiences. The names of companies and business details have been consciously avoided to comply with confidentiality covenants and professional obligations. Background A start-up in the creative art space requested for an audit to identify potential IP, and devise/frame an IP Strategy/Policy as...

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Finding Ideas, Inventions and Creations in Companies: IP Audits IV

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Case Experience 1 - IP Audit at a Large Multi-National Company The case experiences are based on the 120 audits we had performed in India over the last ten years. The audits gave us invaluable insights into the role of IP in business in the Indian context, and we have tried to encapsulate some basic results/learnings at a macro level through these experiences. The names of companies and business details have been consciously avoided to comply with confidentiality covenants and professional obligations. Background A large multi-national company specializing in heating, ventilation and air conditioning requested us for an IP Audit. It is an...

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Finding Ideas, Inventions and Creations in Companies – IP Audits III

Intellectual Property

  Every company has a ton of ideas, potential intellectual assets, waiting to be found. Excavating/Mining all of them is not very easy because they are often lurking in the haystack of information, materials and minds. The task requires special research skills, knowledge of business processes, unique people skills, extensive document review, and keen/informed minds. The quantity and quality of ideas that can be mined always depends on the skills and abilities of the miner/auditor. The Process The process of finding ideas involves three basic steps. They are: Business and Technology Review; Business/Technology Information and Material Gathering and Review; and Interviews with select...

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