If You Don’t Know What You Have, You Can’t Make Any Money With It
The IP Inventory: How to Find, Identify and Organize Your IP Assets
Intellectual property is like buried treasure. It’s a rich deposit of wealth hidden in plain sight. The trick is find and identify it.
Without an IP inventory, you’ll risk missing valuable parts of your IP. What is often overlooked is that your IP is actually more than just a product, brand, book, or software. IP extends into many formats including customer information, software source code, business models, databases, operations manuals, professional expertise and much more.
Here’s what you’ll learn during this e-course:
- 4 Main Types of Intellectual Property
- Your IP Parts are More than Meets the Eye
- 5 Categories of IP Assets
- Quick Start Guide to Creating Your IP Inventory
- Using a LLC to Keep Your IP Intact
Through the IP inventory process (also known as an IP Audit), you can discover new IP assets which can be used in different ways to make money through licensing. Once you know what you have, you’ll be able to develop licensing deals that take advantage of your IP’s full money-making potential.