Category: IP Strategy & Valuation

In today’s competitive landscape, intellectual property intelligence is critical for transaction strategies and valuation. Emerging and intersecting technology landscapes are becoming increasingly complex. That’s why our team of IP data experts are dedicated to sharing insights. From patent court case to technology trends, visit the ktMINE IP Strategy & Valuation blog for education and news.

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Investigate Who’s Participating in your Market to Strengthen your Strategy

This is the final installment in our series highlighting the different areas to investigate in an effort to strengthen your company’s IP research strategy. In parts one, two, three, and four we covered the importance of analyzing emerging technologies, transacted and licensed technologies as well as emerging brands. In this post, we discuss how analyzing

Investigating Transacted Technologies to Enhance your IP Position

This is the second installment in our series highlighting the different areas to investigate in an effort to strengthen your company’s IP research strategy. In part one, we discussed the importance of having a pulse on emerging technologies. In this post, we will dive deeper into how analyzing the IP behind transacted technologies will give

Valentine’s Day technologies to make your heart go pitter-pat(ent)

Happy Valentine’s Day! When you think of Valentine’s Day, chocolates, jewelry, and flowers probably come to mind. This year, the ktMINE team wanted to give you all the quintessential Valentine’s day gifts…and their respective patents. Here are four inventions to help us to better celebrate this holiday.    Heart-Shaped Chocolate Box Chocolates and other assortments

Drive Collaboration and Streamline Processes with the ktMINE Analytics Widget

The latest ktMINE Innovation makes sharing information easier between internal teams such as attorneys and law librarians. We understand that attorneys want access to information and analytics, but don’t have time to efficiently learn new tools relying on their librarians for research support. The following User Story explores how these two users interact with and