150 FAQs to Consider When Internationalising Your Intellectual Property

IP, as intangible assets, are key to the competitiveness of your business in the global economy. IP is a primary method for securing a return-on-investment in innovation, creativity and reputation and is particularly relevant to SMEs as they internationalise their businesses to non-EU markets. Apart from helping you protect your innovations from competitors, IP assets can also be an important sour... »

Intellectual Property: Protection and Enforcement

Intellectual Property: Protection and Enforcement

The TRIPS Agreement says patent protection must be available for eligible inventions in all fields of technology that are new, involve an inventive step and can be industrially applied. Eligible inventions includee both products and processes. They must be protected for at least 20 years. However, governments can refuse to issue a patent for an invention if its sale needs to be prohibited for reas... »

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Licenses For Intellectual Property

Entities often buy or sell licenses of intellectual property (“IP”)—items such as patents, software, music, and scientific compounds. These contracts are common in industries such as technology, entertainment and media, pharmaceuticals and life sciences, and retail and consumer. ASC 606 Revenue from Contracts with Customers (ASC 606) provides accounting guidance for the licensing of IP. ... »


5 Ways to Commercialize Your IP Into New Sources of Revenue

The most fundamental method of monetization is to turn your intellectual property into commercial products. Intellectual property represents the heart of commercial strategies, as is proven by its growing measure of the fixed assets in the enterprise value. Companies benefit from transforming their intangible assets into an opportunity. Therefore, the question is: are you doing enough to access th... »

IP monetization

What You Need to Know About IP monetization

Deriving monetary value from IP developments is known as IP monetization. Intellectual property is a combination of the human thought process and understanding how it will benefit the users and the owners. Monetization of intellectual property is one of the fundamental aspects, which motivate the creator to innovate for something. IP assets can be used to generate revenue to strengthen the overall... »