Since their last update the Australian team has been busy working with banks across Australasia and presenting on valuation of intangible assets. Recent work was covered in an article published in The Australian and the CA Acuity magazine.
Global intellectual property consultancy EverEdge is on a quest to convince the banks to overcome their aversion to lending on new-age intangible assets such as patents, trademarks and -increasingly- data and coding.
A national airline developed a clever technology designed to set it apart from competitors but wasn’t sure how best to commercialize it. EverEdge quickly helped it to determine the best way forward – saving them a six-figure sum in the process.
EverEdge assisted a major NZ Technology Transfer Office (TTO) on a biotechnology licensing case against a tight deadline. The advice provided on the client’s intellectual property position and the critical terms for the license meant the TTO was one step ahead...
Article originally published in the Australian Private Equity and Venture Capital Journal. It is a subscription publication. To ensure you receive 11 issues a year, subscribe at www.privateequitymedia.com.au .
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