Are you planning on selling or licensing property rights and do not want to take care of everything yourself?
Intellectual property rights are usually registered with a specific goal in mind and granted.
They are then used to achieve the owner’s goals. Over the term of the protection rights, these goals can change, and the protection rights lose this use.
A change of strategy or the purchase of a company, for example, may mean that the patented technologies are no longer needed.
Also, a lack of funds for one’s own market launch is a frequent reason to look for ways of utilisation.
One possibility for the economic utilisation of patented technologies is cooperation with strong cooperation partners or licencees (patent utilisation).
Our approach to the utilisation of patents is characterised by a high degree of transparency.
In doing so, we strive for close cooperation with the owner of the property rights.
We identify potential licencees or buyers and conduct the negotiations together to reach a successful conclusion.
Further information can be found in the whitepaper “Patent utilisation.”