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Invention Economy V3

Presentation showing the effects of the current invention economy and a solution to the discord.

Magda Swanson

on 17 September 2012

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Transcript of Invention Economy V3

Invention Economy The Race To INVENT I never did anything by accident,
nor did any of my inventions come by accident; they came by work. Anything that won't sell, I don't want to invent. Its sale is proof of utility, and utility is success. The granting and protection of intellectual property rights is vital to promoting innovation and creativity and is an essential element of our free-enterprise,
market-based system. Current Cycle of Invention Rights Multiple
Converge Trading and
of Rights Litigation The Creation of an Invention Economy Driving the Invention Gap RACE TO INVENT PATENT OFFICE PENDENCY LONG TAIL Understanding the Invention Gap It’s Inevitable… Smart-phones are not just another type of handset, but fully-fledged computers, which come loaded with software and double as digital cameras and portable entertainment centers. They combine technologies from different industries, most of them patented. Given such complexity, sorting out who owns what requires time and a phalanx of lawyers. Conventional Approaches Fall Short Conventional BUILD BUY RENT Invent More Faster Mergers and Aquisitions License and X-license We Create an Invention Economy AN
COMPANY BUILD BUY PARTNER More than 100 senior inventors and staff at IV Lab including experts in various fields and over 20 PHDs on staff Managing more than 35,000 invention rights Global Inventor Network of more than 3,000 inventors,
400 universities and institutions We Invest in Inventions Where We Go From Here PUBLIC POLICY BUSINESS STRATEGY Fair, efficient,
economy Effectively
manage access
to invention
rights Greg Gorder Founder and Vice-Chairman Management Approaches Invention Gap: Fortune 500 Company Invention Gap: Fortune 500 Company
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