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Panelists will discuss innovative approaches to monetizing intellectual property. Examples to be presented include the approach of Intellectual Ventures, which creates new inventions, invests in existing inventions, and partners with individuals, universi

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Panelists will discuss innovative approaches to monetizing intellectual property. Examples to be presented include the approach of Intellectual Ventures, which creates new inventions, invests in …

Panelists will discuss innovative approaches to monetizing intellectual property. Examples to be presented include the approach of Intellectual Ventures, which creates new inventions, invests in existing inventions, and partners with individuals, universities, and research labs to develop inventions; emerging models in the university landscape such as the iBridge Network, an online platform that aggregates university-based research, investigators and technology acquirers, resulting in 850 transactions over three years; the Pediatric Medical Device Idea Campaign, which seeks to engage a broad community in the innovation process; and the evolution of IBM's approach to IP, and its Smarter Planet initiative, which aims to make many aspects of our world 'smarter' by optimizing knowledge sharing and network utilization for a better way of living.

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  • 1. Intellectual Ventures in a Global Intellectual Property Marketplace
    Mark Mendel, PhD
    Head of US Life Science & Physical Sciences Invention Management Team
    March, 2010
  • 2. INVENTING A BETTER WAY
    Intellectual Ventures is a global company that invests in inventionsand new business models to encourage a dynamicinvention marketplace.
    Making it easier for buyers and sellers of invention rights to engage efficiently and be rewarded.
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  • 3. Invention Capital: Invest in Ideas
    Research Phase
    Corporate Phase
    Stock Market
    Investment Amount
    Bank Financing
    Intellectual Ventures
    “Invention Capital”
    Corporate Collaboration
    Venture Capital
    Grants
    Joint Research
    Death Valley
    Angel
    Go-to-Mkt
    Productization
    Basic/Applied Research
    Ongoing Research
  • 4. Three Methods to Source Inventions
  • 5. Invention Capital
  • 6. A MORE EFFICIENT INVENTION MARKETPLACE
    Intellectual Ventures makes it easier for buyers and users to engage
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    Inventors
    Receive fair compensation
    Focus on Inventing
    A market alternative to litigation
    IV
    Reward inventors
    Create new business models
    Evaluate and acquire invention rights efficiently
    Technology users
    Secure invention rights
    Focus on business
    Avoid cost and disruption of litigation
  • 7. INTELLECTUAL VENTURES 2010
    Capital
    $5.5 billion under management
    $330M paid to inventors in 3 years
    $1 billion+ returned to investors
    Expertise
    Evaluating 30,000 assets/year
    State-of-the-art invention laboratory
    Thousands of patents filed
    Business models
    Build, buy, partner
    25,000+ patents
    650 employees and dedicated team members
    Worldwide
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    Litigations filed: 0
  • 8. MANY FREE MARKET MODELS EMERGING
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