The kind of economic – competitive advantage hemorrhaging I’m referring to is that which is attributed to internal theft, misappropriation, infringement, counterfeiting and (product/service) piracy.
It’s important to recognize that economic-competitive advantage hemorrhaging (attributed to infringement, counterfeiting, piracy) can occur well before the ink dries on a transaction contract.
A value-based assessment (inventory. audit) of the intangible assets in play (that also incorporates a ‘business impact analysis’) is a worthy step forward towards enabling and facilitating more secure and profitable transaction outcomes.
In today’s high stakes, nanosecond, winner-take-all approach to business transactions, its important to recognize the intangible assets, IP, and competitive advantages that are in play.
Intangible asset assessment, the findings of a company case study…
Mitigate risks to intangible assets in early stage companies.