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 […]
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 […]
Recently the University of Arizona licensed one of its latest technologies, a formulation for a new sunscreen, to a local company. The value of this new technology is the ingredients are combined in such a way that it keeps it from seeping into the skin. And that presented a great licensing opportunity for a small company who spotted the IP.
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.
For many startups, going all the way from IP development to market launch is often capital intensive. Many times funding is hard to get because of the high costs and risks involved. That’s where the licensing route is one of best strategies to use.