Any and every cleantech business should have a well-considered IP strategy, i.e. a documented approach to developing, protecting and using intellectual property, and addressing competitor IP, within their business plan.
There is no ‘one size fits all’ approach and errors can be made by copying common strategies, or the strategies of other businesses, without care. Are you developing a plan, haven’t started, or fine tuning your existing one? IP strategy needs careful consideration!
In this session, we give you some tools – covering:
- creation of a portfolio;
- commercialisation and monetisation;
- offensive and defensive strategies;
- and the need for financing.
This Brown Rudnick / Greenbackers Investment Capital masterclass in IP Strategy for cleantech businesses was held on 1 December 2021 and can be viewed below [55 minutes – including the Q & A]:
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