The strategic management and efficient use of IP can give rise to many opportunities for business owners and managers. Some of the most successful organisations have been able to monetise on their innovations and create great financial and strategic value. Today, markets are driven by global IP competition and business owners must aim to take the appropriate course of action to ensure that they are able to protect their goods and services, maintain a sustainable competitive advantage, and unlock value through IP commercialization and financing.
There has also been increased pressure for organisations to incorporate Environment, Social and Governance (“ESG”) practices in their business strategy as a sustainable business strategy often leads to the creation of internal IAs/IPs, which are increasingly key value drivers of businesses. With the global economy evolving significantly, organisations need to be equipped with the tools and know-how to manage their IAs/IPs effectively for growth.
Due to unforeseen circumstances, please be informed that the session on 21 - 22 March 2023 is now postponed to a later date. For more enquiries, please email [email protected]
Tyler is a Managing Director at EverEdge, a global intangible asset advisory, corporate finance, and investment firm. He also heads up the company’s finance and operations functions.
Over the last several years, Tyler helped establish the company’s Singapore office and its alliance with IPOS International, a subsidiary of the Intellectual Property Office of Singapore, before recently moving to the United States to continue building EverEdge’s North American footprint.
Prior to joining EverEdge, Tyler worked in New York City for Deloitte and Goldman Sachs, advising Wall Street banks and financial institutions, along with working on a number of high-profile transactions including the Facebook IPO and the Apple Bond Offering.
Tyler is a Certified Patent Valuation Analyst (CPVA) and Chartered Valuer and Appraiser (CVA). He also holds an MBA from the University of Utah.
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