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IP Valuation & Monetization For The C-Suite

Intellectual Property (IP) defines and protects the sources of goods and services in the marketplace, the products and services offered for sale and the content surrounding such offerings.  Whether trademarks, patents, copyrights, or other IP, it is critical that C-Suite strategy drives and shapes the creation, valuation use and monetization of all its intellectual property.

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Intellectual Property Risk

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Amortization

In accounting, amortization refers to the periodic expensing of the value of an intangible asset. Similar to depreciation of tangible assets, intangible assets are typically expensed over the course of the asset’s useful life. It represents reduction in value of the intangible asset due to usage or obsolescence. Basically, intangible assets decrease in value over time, and amortization

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