Patent Attitudes in the C-Suite:Market Research Highlights May 2013Intellectual Ventures, the invention capital company, c...
2Do American businesses value patents?Patents are not stifling American innovation.
3What does the C-suite associate with patents?The U.S. patent system is not broken.
4Does the C-suite value IP rights?The C-suite believes in IP protection and enforcement.
5Does the C-suite make IP decisions?The C-suite does not have the information they need to makeinformed patent decisions o...
6Is IP a business priority for the C-suite?The C-suite does not make the connection between patents andbuilding a competit...
7Is the C-suite aware of the IP industry?The IP industry has an opportunity to raise awareness among theC-suite about the ...
8For more informationOr visit www.intellectualventures.com/patentsmatterand join the conversation via #PatentsMatterScan t...
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Highlights of C-Suite Patent Attitudes 2013 Market Research

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Intellectual Ventures (IV) has always believed that patents are valuable, and the Market Research on Patent Attitudes study confirms that the C-suite shares this belief. To read more study insights, visit http://www.intven.com/patentsmatter.

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Highlights of C-Suite Patent Attitudes 2013 Market Research

  1. 1. Patent Attitudes in the C-Suite:Market Research Highlights May 2013Intellectual Ventures, the invention capital company, commissioned marketresearch of intellectual property (IP) perceptions and behaviors among C-suiteexecutives in the U.S. to better understand their current views on patents and thegrowing IP industry.The quantitative and qualitative research took place between December 2012–February 2013 in blind surveys and interviews of over 200 executives, titled CEO,CFO or CTO.The executives surveyed also represent a cross-section of current Americanbusiness demographics. The majority of respondents lead companies withrevenues of $100M or less, with fewer than 250 employees, in a wide range ofindustries, from financial services to retail to construction.
  2. 2. 2Do American businesses value patents?Patents are not stifling American innovation.
  3. 3. 3What does the C-suite associate with patents?The U.S. patent system is not broken.
  4. 4. 4Does the C-suite value IP rights?The C-suite believes in IP protection and enforcement.
  5. 5. 5Does the C-suite make IP decisions?The C-suite does not have the information they need to makeinformed patent decisions or patent strategies.
  6. 6. 6Is IP a business priority for the C-suite?The C-suite does not make the connection between patents andbuilding a competitive advantage.
  7. 7. 7Is the C-suite aware of the IP industry?The IP industry has an opportunity to raise awareness among theC-suite about the role patents can play in their business strategy.
  8. 8. 8For more informationOr visit www.intellectualventures.com/patentsmatterand join the conversation via #PatentsMatterScan this imageto download moresharable materialsrelated to the 2013Market Research onPatent Attitudes study:Get the free mobile app at: http://gettag.mobi

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