Is Your IP More Valuable Inside Someone Else’s Product?

Sometimes an IP is more valuable inside someone else’s product than as your own standalone product. Instead of spending all your money on manufacturing, distribution and sales, licensing your IP to companies who in turn integrate it into their products and pay you a licensing fee for every product sold is a smart business strategy.

How to Fund Your Medtech Development without Raising Money

Medtech product development is expensive. But there is a way to use licensing to partner with a company to help develop and launch your med tech into the market. A startup with surgical technology did just that. They partnered with a larger company and gave them exclusive rights to their […]

How to Turn Your IP R&D Costs into Tax Free Licensing Revenue

You don’t have to generate revenues to increase your bottom line.  In fact, some of the largest companies in the world, such as Texas Instruments, Mattel, Caterpillar, Google and others increase their profits without selling anything.  And you can do the same thing. Big Corporations use the R&D tax credits […]

How to Quickly Improve a Product Line Without Costly R&D

Looking for a faster and less expensive way to improve or expand your current product line? Consider licensing in a market-ready incremental IP technology instead of developing it yourself. Recently a company that produces lighting products for use in emergency response vehicles licensed a white light disinfection technology. It fit […]

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