Strategy

How to prevent the leakage of confidential information

How to prevent the leakage of confidential information

The first and most important intangible asset risk is the leakage of critical confidential information. Most companies, unfortunately leak like a sieve and are constantly losing valuable intangible assets out through customers, suppliers and employees - but how can you prevent this?

Top 10 questions to ask – and answer – around your intangible asset portfolio

Top 10 questions to ask – and answer – around your intangible asset portfolio

We're often asked what questions directors and management teams should be asking around intangible assets in order to understand how these can be leveraged. Here we've prepared a 'cheat sheet' of the top 10 questions to ask to determine just how well your company is managing its intangible assets. 

EverEdge announces appointment of Partnership Director, Vijey Ananda

EverEdge announces appointment of Partnership Director, Vijey Ananda

EverEdge today announced the appointment of Vijey Ananda as Partnership Director.  Based in Singapore, Vijey will help EverEdge continue its growth across South East Asia, as it helps its clients to understand the opportunities that exist to leverage their intangible assets to create value and mitigate risk.   

Webinar: The Missing Trillions

Webinar: The Missing Trillions

Webinar: The missing trillions

In this webinar, EverEdge CEO Paul Adams and Dilworth IP’s Managing Partner, Michael Dilworth discuss how to leverage the extremely valuable assets that already exist within your company. Additionally, they provide insights into best practices for recognizing and monetizing your intangible assets and strategies to mitigate the ever-increasing risks associated with these assets.

EverEdge January 2019 Newsletter

EverEdge January 2019 Newsletter

Our January newsletter focuses on intangible asset audits. Modern accounting standards tend to encourage companies to ignore or overlook intangible assets – they either don’t make the balance sheet at all, are lumped together under goodwill, or are merely recorded at cost (for which there is virtually no correlation at all to value). This means that the value and risks around intangibles assets often end up being masked. However, conducting an audit of your intangible assets can help uncover the true value of these assets.