Welcome to Licensing Consulting Group

Licensing Consulting Group is at the forefront of the new economy and the global intellectual property marketplace. Our approach focuses on the business side of IP. We combine business acumen with IP knowledge to offer solutions focused on business goals and objectives. Our role varies from analysis and planning the IP strategy, to implementing and actively managing the licensing program, to training and leading the internal IP team.

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Licensing Consulting Group specializes on the business development side of IP. Our services focus on one goal: capitalizing on your IP to generate revenue in as many ways as possible. Our role varies from IP strategy and planning, to executing and actively managing the licensing program.

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3 Reasons Why Licensing Should be Part of Your Medical Device Marketing Strategy

The medical device industry is changing so fast that getting your med device to market sooner rather than later is the priority. The rapid pace of new devices entering the market is shortening the lifespan of med device technology. The question is how will you bring your med device into the market to profit from this multi-billion dollar opportunity? Will, you market it directly, license it out to an established player, or use a combination of these two strategies?

How to Stand Out From the Crowd Without Breaking the Bank – Med Tech Marketing Summit

The medical device industry is facing challenging headwinds. Governments and health insurers worldwide are looking to control costs. Hospitals are operating on tighter budgets. And private facilities are receiving lower reimbursements. These trends are creating significant changes in the healthcare industry and the way medical devices are valued and purchased. The question is will your business capitalize on these trends or fall by the wayside?

Is Your IP an Ingredient for Big Profits?

Many times what goes in a product is more important than the product itself. And that presents a great licensing opportunity. That’s just what one cannabis company decided to do. Rather than use their technology to make and sell products, they use their R&D technology to help other product manufacturers deliver better and more consistent products.