If you plan to sell your company for maximum value in the future, this could be the most important blogpost you read all year.
I was looking at a report recently and found what could be the difference between a mediocre exit and a home run.
Below is a graph that shows the top five S&P 500 companies for various years between 1975 and 2018. The graphic compares company value segmented into tangible vs intangible assets.
Tangible assets include property, equipment, and other assets that could be destroyed by a fire, natural disaster, or accident.
Intangible assets on the other hand, include patents, trademarks, and copyrights.
See how the top companies have a higher percentage of their company value based on the intangibles?
No matter how big your company is or what phase of business you’re in, building an intellectual property portfolio can dramatically increase the value of your business…
I made a quick video (below) with an example to show you how it works. Click “Play,” and turn up the sound.
While it might seem hyperbolic, by protecting your intellectual property, you could increase your company’s value by several hundred percent.
Do you have a strategy to make the most from your intellectual property?
If you’re an entrepreneur or a business-minded inventor, and you’re ready to increase the value of your business with IP protection… I’d like to invite you to a complimentary Intellectual Property & Patent Strategy Call
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If you want to profit from your patent and your invention, you need a strategy. Understanding “exchange of value” in business is critical. You need to create value from your invention so other people are begging to pay you for it.