Increasingly organisations are seeking our help to maximise their intellectual assets. Intellectual assets are increasing in importance for growth and competitiveness given the role they play in value creation in the modern economy.
Our team partner with you to navigate the complex IP environment, leveraging skills from the legal, attorney, operations and consulting fields.
How Griffith Hack can help you
Having an IP strategy that aligns to your organisational strategy is key for successful innovation and commercialisation. Once you have a strategy, ensuring it stays relevant based on changes in the market and having governance over the strategy and operating model are crucial.
Developing and executing an IP strategy is challenging. In a fast moving world, strategies need to adapt to new environments and technologies. Where should you focus your efforts? What are the commercialisation opportunities? What are your competitors doing? How can Government policy support research commercialisation?
Having a comprehensive IP strategy that addresses these questions by leveraging data and insights is critical. We work with stakeholders from across your organisation to help clarify your IP strategy and develop a plan for execution.
Our team works across a wide-range of industries to support our clients’ technology and innovations. Intangible assets have never been more important to organisations as they look to explore new opportunities, manage risk and ensure sustainability though competitive advantage.
Our team is comprised of a unique combination of commercial, technical and industry experience, giving you unparalleled insights into strategy, operations, governance and funding opportunities, backed by a depth of experience in fields such as chemistry, physics, biotechnology, mechanical engineering, electrical engineering and materials engineering.
Our expertise and services
Griffith Hack’s multidisciplinary team can assist you with a customised approach to the challenges you face.
Our services include:
- IP strategy reviews and Government advisory
- IP function operating model reviews, including systems and processes
- IP governance, including IP audits, policy reviews, future state design and implementation
- IP education, including training, executive insights and thought leadership
- Portfolio reporting and management, including knowledge management, data analytics, landscape and validity searches, watching services
- Market insights, including industry reviews, competitor analysis and insights, advice on freedom to operate
- Deals and funding, including due diligence, valuations, commercialisation strategies, negotiations, partnership and venture arrangements, prospectus documentation, grant funding and licensing deals