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 Use Your IP to Raise Non-Dilutive Capital

With licensing, there’s no need to struggle to grow your startup or business internally, trying to raise capital by selling more equity and taking on the costly overhead. Instead, you reach out to partners who in turn license your IP for different products and markets, enabling your company to grow with no limitations and unlimited income opportunities.

Is Your Medtech Business Putting All its Eggs in One Basket?

If you’re like most Medtech companies, you’re focused on running your business. The problem is the healthcare market is a moving target, and that means what exists today, will be different tomorrow. Changing regulations, shifting customers, increasing competition, and an onslaught of new technologies entering the healthcare marketplace are just […]

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 Use JV Licensing to Grow and Expand Your Business

Joint venture licensing is used by both large and small companies. In the case of large companies, the goal of the JV partnering strategy is to acquire more customers, enter new markets or gain certain efficiencies, such as promotional costs. For startups and early stage companies, joint venture licensing is a good strategy to reduce operational costs and accelerate their growth.

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