Webinar: Preparing to License: Using tools to Scale Your Licensing Program

Originally Presented: September 19, 2019 / 12:00pm to 1:00pm ET
Hosted By: Martin Bijman

Licensing is a tried and true means to monetize a patent portfolio, but those who will succeed on the path from patent ownership to patent profits will not simply plant a sign and expect licensees to arrive with checks. Like any endeavor that is worth doing, a successful licensing program will take time, energy and planning.

There are three key preparatory stages in any successful licensing program:

  • Company research – Who is your company of interest, what do they have and where is their revenue generated;
  • Patent mining – What do you have, and what should/can you use to entice a prospective licensee;
  • Investigation – Develop negotiation-ready Evidence of Use (EoU) to establish the need for the prospective licensee to actually take a license.

The amount and level of analysis you perform ahead of contacting the prospective licensee will scale with the size of your program goals. For example, are you exploring your entire portfolio to find opportunities, or are you looking for a few valuable patents that can be used against a number of companies?

Along with SME expertise, patent analysis tools that leverage technical content and proprietary analysis can help you narrow your focus, identify patents of value in your own portfolio, and identify potentially valuable technologies that will return profits. Of course, to do this properly takes planning.

September 19, 2019

12:00pm to 1:00pm ET

Duration 1 Hour

About The Host

Expert who will be conducting this webinar

Martin Bijman

Martin Bijman

Director, IP Products

Martin Bijman is director, intellectual property products at TechInsights, where he is responsible for ensuring customers find and receive the highest value products and services to help achieve their IP goals. Martin previously worked at Chipworks for more than ten years.

 

 

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