Intangible Asset Valuation, Advisory, Risk, and Transaction specialists
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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.
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?
How can we leverage our intangible assets to increase financial returns?
At EverEdge we create tangible results by leveraging, valuing and mitigating risk around intangible assets.
We help companies and investors to leverage opportunities and mitigate risks including:
EverEdge Insights & Updates
Top Five Intangible Asset Risks
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Why Cyber Insurance Won’t Solve Your Biggest Cyber Problems
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Understanding your intangible asset position
We’ve worked with hundreds of organizations commercializing technology: from inventors in garages to Fortune 100 companies, from venture-backed start-ups to publicly funded research institutes. We’ve seen triumphant successes and dismal failures. Surprisingly for such a diverse data set the beginning point of both successful and unsuccessful commercialization is remarkably consistent: it all starts with understanding…