Intellectual property business strategy for tech-driven companies
When it comes to intellectual property (IP), filing patents just doesn’t cut it anymore. Successful tech-driven startups and scale-ups have to be able to marry technical IP with market and process IP.
Communitech’s Strategic Intellectual Property for Tech Leaders program will help you:
- Better understand how to get new technology to market and win in a competitive environment.
- Learn how to see IP in a new way.
- Create new forms of IP that will help future proof your company.
If you’re ready to develop your company’s IP strategy, contact one of Communitech’s IP experts.
Understanding Intellectual Property 2.0
"Communitech's IP business strategy program is unlike any intellectual property session I've attended. The program is strategic in nature and comes with operational steps that companies can actually take. It gives senior-level executives the perspective on how intellectual property can play an important role in the growth of their company."
William Zhou, CEO
"Canadian intellectual property needs to drive standard-setting forward. There is a huge opportunity to take a more aggressive approach. Critically, that should include industry representation at the table. The sooner we can set standards, the sooner we can set up a thriving business environment."
Jeremy Hedges, Founder & President
InkSmith and The Canadian Shield
Build your IP strategy
The Communitech Academy’s Strategic Intellectual Property for Tech Leaders program is a series of five sessions for C-level leaders from late startup and scale-up companies so that they can build an IP strategy for their organization.
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