The share of intangible assets in the value of a company today is significant. The size and quality of the IP portfolio defines a company’s prestige in the marketplace, as intellectual property rights are seen globally as a clear sign of competitiveness. However, it is important to note that there are regional differences in IP legislation and interpretation. In addition, when legislation can change rapidly and policies need to be adapted to the new framework, it is essential that a person responsible for IP matters, the IP Director, be appointed for the company. This is important, for example, to ensure that the communication of changing requirements within the company is handled as efficiently as possible and that everyone involved in IP rights is aware of the current state of the IPR portfolio.
Well-managed intangible rights emit light over long distances. Skillfully protected intangible assets add value to a company, improve negotiation positions, increase revenue streams and attract financiers and partners. Above all, it guards the company’s product development so that years of work and effort are not wasted. The bright splendor of your own IPR also keeps competitors at bay and offers peace of mind and freedom to do so.
A wise company ensures its freedom to operate in a timely manner – before starting a new business or taking over a territory. Boco IP offers a wide range of services for the protection of intangible assets. We map out the situation, find out the position of your competitors and help your company identify its own uniqueness from a security perspective as well.
For example, we help map out markets and competitors, and we also help with budgeting. We update market and competitor surveys at regular, agreed intervals. You can also turn to us with questions related to commercialization and licensing. In addition, we assist in drafting agreements and, if necessary, in contract negotiations.
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