IP Assets Valuation 


Do you know how much your Intellectual Property Assets are worth?

Intellectual Property assets are increasingly important for many different businesses, and may influence the value of a company. With the ability to increase the attractiveness of your business to potential purchasers and investors, Intellectual Property is one of the assets that becomes especially important when its value may capitalize possible commercial transactions. The question is, how and when should you evaluate your Intellectual Property assets?


IP assets valuation is essential in business transactions

IP assets valuation is essential in business transactions, such as a merger or a purchase, and it is crucial to investors, auditors, and tax and judicial authorities. This is why asset valuation is so important when planning to license your Intellectual Property rights to third parties - this is exactly when Inventa can help you.

Before starting the valuation process, our team will review your entire Intellectual Property portfolio, gathering information about your patents, industrial designs, or trademarks so that we can apply different tools and methodologies to help determine the actual value of your Intellectual Property assets.

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Can all assets be valued?

In addition to tangible assets - such as computers and equipment – there are several intangible assets, that may or may not be identified, as listed below:



Industrial Designs


Franchises and licenses

Distribution agreements

Non-compete agreements

Trade secrets, including secret processes and formulas

After a thorough analysis, Inventa will provide a complete report with our opinion on your Intellectual Property portfolio so that we can assure maximum protection and profitability for your business.

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IP assets valuation is a method in which the strength and the value of IP rights are assessed. This assessment is usually carried out before or during a sale, purchase, or licensing of an IP asset. This means that it requires expert knowledge of the legal, financial, and technical procedures in order to maximize the benefits and reduce the risks involved in an IP transaction.

IP value depends on a number of aspects. A patent may start out as a solution to a particular technical problem but, over time, the appearance of other solutions may reduce the IP value. However, a consistent marketing strategy can guarantee the value of your assets as your trademark becomes more widely recognized and, consequently, more highly valued.

There are several different ways to valuate IP assets, however, there are also several limitations and methods which are not applicable in every case. This is because the system applied, the available information, and the purpose of the valuation are all decisive factors in the smooth implementation of the process.

The valuation is essential in certain specific contexts, such as:

  • Sale situations, mergers, joint-ventures, or other similar transactions

  • Divorce

  • Insolvency

  • Equity planning

  • IP licensing

  • Litigation processes

In any of these contexts, Inventa is fully qualified to meet your needs, with the help of a team with vast experience in the asset valuation sector.

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