Tag Archives: startups

Will Patent Sharing Organizations Boost Blockchain Innovation?

Companies across many different industries are starting to look toward blockchain technology as a way to conduct business more effectively, efficiently, and securely. As a result, there are new blockchain technology startups and strategic partnerships being established at break-neck speed. And, like any burgeoning industry, there seem to be new innovations introduced almost every day.… Continue Reading

In Honor of National Entrepreneur Day…

Nov. 21 is National Entrepreneur Day! In honor of this day that celebrates and promotes entrepreneurship and innovation, here are some recent Insights from our inventive team: The Shareability Factor: Are Patent Pools Useful for Blockchain Innovation? Patent Strategy Is Critical for Robotics Innovations Regulators Weigh in on Digital Assets, Tokens, Securities, and Derivative Instruments … Continue Reading

Being Deal Ready—Preparing Your Tech Startup for Merger, Acquisition or Investment

Shareholder Michelle Hallsten will be participating in an upcoming workshop on Oct. 18 at the University of the Pacific Sacramento Campus to help companies get ready to merge, acquire, or invest in another company. It’s never too early to get your house in order to optimize future deal value and outcomes for your tech startup. … Continue Reading

Incubator or Accelerator Program: Which Is Right for Your Business?

The past few years have seen an uptick in new accelerator and incubator programs that are focused on helping startups launch and grow. Participating in one of these programs can be advantageous for an emerging business looking for expert insight, seed money, venture capital, or market exposure. But not all are created equal. While most … Continue Reading
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