As businesses grow, they often need more capital to finance their operations. Most of the time, businesses turn to traditional sources of financing, such as venture capital or bank loans. But what do you do if you don’t have access to these traditional sources? That’s where IP assets come in. […]
Technological advancements have made trading algorithms increasingly popular in the investment industry. The world of finance has witnessed a significant shift from manual to automated trading in recent years. As a result, algo-trading demand is shifting from a focus on speed to performance. But finding a suitable algorithm for predicting […]
Tell a good IP story and investors are interested in funding your start-up. Tell them the same old “we’ve got a great product and no competition” and they’ll probably walk away. Your intellectual property is directly linked to the future success and revenues of your start-up. You’ve got little or […]
DSL created a multi-billion dollar industry. It was launched into the market by a startup who licensed the technology from a top US university. The IP changed the internet and catapulted this startup into a a world leader. For startups, developing an IP from the ground up is an expensive and risky endeavor. But there is a better way to launch a startup.
One of the most important and overlooked areas of your start-up is intellectual property. It’s often your most important core asset and the difference between your success and failure in the market. But the question is whether your start-up is managing your IP the right way to succeed in the commercial marketplace. Get it wrong, and your start-up is doomed to failure. Here are top 4 fatal IP mistakes and how your start-up can avoid them.
Figuring out the right exit path and a specific plan to get there is challenging. As a startup, you face many unknown variables in regards to how successful you’ll be in the market. It can’t be done effectively without careful analysis and a clear, realistic vision. Without exception the objective is to sell for the highest possible price. But the problem is most startups often provide overly optimistic or unrealistic assessments of their exit options, and wind up turning off investors.