Putting a price tag on IP -
Motives and methodologies
for IP valuation
Many companies today find the majority of their value within their Intellectual Property (IP) portfolios. An upward trend lasting decades has propelled the worth of intangibles skyward, yet there is still some confusion – and complacency – surrounding exactly how this can be calculated. The all-important task of an IP valuation does not have to be a mystery any longer.
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- Q&A session
Alexander Gangnus is a member of the Dennemeyer Consulting team in Munich, Germany. With his years of practical experience in IP strategy development and IP valuation, Alexander helps companies from all over the world develop and secure their competitive edge, mitigate IP risks and determine the monetary value of their IP. Moreover, he is Dennemeyer Consulting's dedicated expert on sustainability topics. He holds an LL.M. degree in Intellectual Property Law and Management from the University of Strasbourg, France.
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Yaël Sprauel is a member of the Dennemeyer Consulting team in Munich, Germany. With her background in IP law, Yaël has worked in the IP legal department of large CAC 40 companies in France and abroad. Yaël made the transition to IP strategy while working for a French investment fund dedicated to the monetization of patents. Today, she is a member of both Dennemeyer IP Consulting and the commercial team of Dennemeyer France. Yaël holds an International MBA from the Sorbonne Business School.
Yaël can be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org or via LinkedIn.