Do you have a new invention that needs to go to market? After obtaining intellectual property protection, usually in the form of a patent, many inventors make the mistake of not immediately implementing a proactive commercialisation or 'go-to-market' strategy.

Don't make the same mistake! In order for the patent to fulfill its greatest potential and realise its greatest value, it should be earning money for its owner.

What are the benefits of "go-to-market" strategy planning?

If you want to prove that your innovation works, turn your idea into a prototype or product or sell you intellectual property, you may need to:

  1. raise capital through a government grant or investment,
  2. negotiate a licence agreement, or
  3. enter into a strategic partnership.

To function as a successful business, you will need to be able to identify and know the inner workings of your market, create a corporate identity that will leave the right impression on your clients and customers and follow a sales strategy that will convince buyers to do business with you on the right terms.

Commercialisation partners

Commercialisation is an exact science. There is nothing random about it. They key to success is trying to remove the element of luck from the process as much as possible, and to put together an offering to buyers that will give them exactly what they are looking for.

Engaging the services of a commercialisation expert will give you valuable insights into the market that help you save time and maximise the returns on your intellectual property investment. You will be able to benefit from their experience and avoid making mistakes that could cost you your competitive edge.

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The team at Baxter IP pride themselves on observing the highest standard in quality of work and advice to give their clients an unrivelled edge in their attempt to secure patent rights internationally and then capitalise on their IP investment.

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