Not that long ago companies were measured on the goods they traded and the products they manufactured. However, times have changed and nowadays some of the largest companies on the planet don’t have factories or assembly lines; some don’t even make things.
Do-it-yourself (DIY), perhaps even more than rugby, is New Zealand’s passion. PlaceMakers is a temple to our love affair with making and fixing things by ourselves.
Often CEOs and managers struggle to get beyond day-to-day business demands because the focus is “keeping the car on the road” rather than strategic or long term issues.
A very experienced (and wealthy) technology investor once told me “if you want to make a small fortune in technology start with a large one.”
EverEdge assisted a dairy manufacturing giant in the formulation of a licensing negotiation strategy to acquire a critical new piece of technology that would significantly increase the manufacturer’s competitive advantage.
A NZ based multi-national mobile services company commissioned EverEdge to analyse their software license and advise on the options and potential ramifications of incorporating open source software into their code base.
The US Patent Office reported that 97% of patents never make any money for the inventor. The Federal Trade Commission cited an even lower rate of success: less than 1%.
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Assessing the extent and value of a national energy company’s intangible assets. EverEdge identified a large number of intangible assets embedded in the company.
EverEdge unraveled a negotiation which was stalled due to complex issues, creating and participating in a constructive negotiation process in which the multiple parties felt that they had been heard and accommodated.
The month of May began with burst of activity as the London team engaged with exciting new clients, delivering projects across the fields of Artificial Intelligence and Voice Recognition technologies.