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Developing an IP Strategy

Issued: September 08 2013

When you consider that 80% of the value of a business is in its intangible assets, it makes sense that the framework of an organization is based around those assets and associated IP issues – rather than trying to dovetail an IP strategy into a less than effective business plan. Kate Wilson explains how to develop an IP strategy for your business.

 

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