Business Insights: Due diligence of intangible assets

If you are acquiring or entering into a capital arrangement with another business, or are considering an acquisition, merger or joint venture, ensuring that you have undertaken proper due diligence is critical and that includes due diligence of the target’s tangible and intangible assets.

Watch as Paul Adams, CEO of EverEdge, shares insights into why doing due diligence of a company’s intangible assets is so critical.

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