Using IP to Benefit Startups and Large Companies Alike

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The so-called patent troll model isn't the only way to leverage intellectual property.

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  • Joe Hadzima, MIT Sloan School of Management

    You may be interested in the work I did looking at the correlation between strong IP and investment success. See, "Why VCs and start-ups should love IP" in the IAM Blog at:iam-media.com/Blog/Detail.aspx?g=ae1d78db-9c5e-41aa-a4f9-161c7de6c9fbIn the blog Joff Wild said: "In fact, according to the metrics applied by IP Vision, 86% of the VC-backed winners (ie, companies that are acquired or go to an IPO) they identified had strong as opposed to typical intellectual property assessments. In other words, while a healthy IP position may not guarantee that a start-up technology company is going to be successful, it is going to find it a whole lot harder to succeed if it does not have one. And ,crucially, it is not just ownership of IP that is important, it is understanding the IP that is key."

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