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June Newsletter: Data Valuation - the Holy Grail

June Newsletter: Data Valuation - the Holy Grail

There is a common misconception, largely based on outdated accounting standards, that it is not possible to value data.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.

May Newsletter: EverEdge Scores 'World Class' Net Promoter Score of 80

May Newsletter: EverEdge Scores 'World Class' Net Promoter Score of 80

Providing exceptional service and delivering results for our clients is something we strive for.

We are therefore extremely proud of the fact that, since October, we have achieved an average Net Promoter Score (NPS) of 80, a score we will continue to strive to maintain and build on.

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.

Tangible results: more than US$1 billion in capital raised

Tangible results: more than US$1 billion in capital raised

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.  

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.

EverEdge November Newsletter: Risky Business

EverEdge November Newsletter: Risky Business

As companies start planning for 2019, intangible asset risk management should be at the top of the agenda.  If it's not near the top of yours, we'd suggest reading about the level of damages awarded in the recent Cochlear IP litigation case.  At A$380m - more than 17x the amount the business has set aside for liability - it is a stark reminder to Boards and management teams that  intangible asset risk needs to be taken seriously. 

Valuing Intangible Assets & a $400M raise - EverEdge July 2017

Valuing Intangible Assets & a $400M raise - EverEdge July 2017

Intangible asset valuation is important because intangible assets now account for over 87% of all company value. These assets are not just the largest repository of value they are also the primary driver of enterprise performance. Unfortunately the area is poorly understood and traditional valuation methods are often inaccurate or misleading. The result: investors frequently materially under or over pay for companies and assets.

EverEdge Newsletter - May Edition

EverEdge Newsletter - May Edition

We are delighted to announce that EverEdge and IP ValueLab - a subsidiary of the Intellectual Property Office of Singapore (IPOS) - have signed an agreement toprovide strategic intangible asset advisory services in Singapore. The agreement positions EverEdge to expand into the burgeoning intellectual property market in Asia, through a new office in Singapore - its first in Asia – joining its existing offices in the United States, the United Kingdom, Australia and New Zealand.