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And Drive Profitability

In 1975, intangible assets accounted for 17% of company value.

Today they account for 87%.

Intangible assets are everywhere

They are the primary drivers of company performance, but are:

  • Typically off the balance sheet;

  • Not captured within profit and loss accounts; and are

  • Not tracked on the risk register.

So while most companies can track desks, chairs and company cars; few can identify, value or manage the risks and opportunities around their far more valuable intangible assets.

This leads to material hidden value and significant hidden risks.

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Introducing EverEdge

EverEdge helps drive value and profitability by helping companies and investors to:

  • Identify Intangable Assets

    What are our intangible assets?

  • Identify & Reduce Risk

    What is our intangible asset risk exposure?  How can we mitigate risk?

  • Assess & Value

    What are our intangible assets worth? How can we value these assets?

  • Unlock Value

    How can we leverage our intangible assets to increase financial returns?

EverEdge Insights & Updates

Sword and Armor

Patents: Swords, Not Shields

Getting a return on investment on your patent portfolio According to the US Patent Office, there are more than 3 million patents in force today in the United States. However, it is estimated that fewer than 3 percent of these have been licensed or commercialized, which means that ultimately they are not making any money…

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Underutilized Assets

According to Forrester Research, “U.S. firms annually waste $1 trillion in underused intellectual property assets by failing to extract the full value of that property through partnerships.” This is based on a market of around 3 million patents in force in the US. Extrapolate that figure out globally – where the World Intellectual Property Organization…

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Patents: The Lowdown

Often when we start talking to companies about intangible assets someone around the board table will say “you mean IP right? Like patents?” The answer is “yes… and no.” For good or ill patents tend to receive an outsized share of attention relative to their actual impact. Many companies (and countries) boast about the number…

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