There is a common misconception, largely based on outdated accounting standards, that it is not possible to value data. This is incorrect. You absolutely can value data – it just requires a different methodology as it needs to take into account a much broader range of factors than are included in a traditional physical asset or business valuation.
There is a common misconception, largely based on outdated accounting standards, that it is not possible to value data.
However, with intangible assets now driving more than 87% of company growth and profitability, new methodologies have been developed that can provide companies with a robust, defensible, business-focused report that contextualizes the value of these critical assets – including data.
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.
Despite being so critical, intangible assets still don’t feature on most board or company agendas. This is especially apparent when you look at intangible asset risk, which is often regarded as either not important at all, or important but not urgent. This article looks at the top five intangible asset risks.
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.
Today, higher margin returns are increasingly owned by those who License or Sell intangible assets instead of, or in addition to, simply Deploying products.
This month’s newsletter focuses on how to unlock value from intangible assets arising from investments in R&D and innovation - whether that be through Deployment, Licensing or Sale.
As the saying goes “if you build it, they will come”. However, in today’s knowledge based economy, ‘building it’ yourself is not necessarily the strategy that will create the highest return on investment. Instead, higher margin returns are increasingly owned by those who license or sell intangible assets, either instead of, or in addition to, solely deploying (building) products.
Intangible assets are the only real lever that can move enterprise value beyond cash flow multiples. To fail to actively manage – or account for – intangible assets is to effectively ignore your fiduciary duties as a director or manager. This includes ensuring that intangible assets are factored into any valuation in a way that accurately reflects the company’s true worth.