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How to Adjust a Target's Valuation for Risk

Risk factoring is critical to developing valuation models that work. By investing the time needed to develop thorough and effective risk adjusted valuation models, you significantly increase the potential that you will actually achieve the projected return on investment for your technology acquisition and make better, more informed business decisions.

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POSTED BY Rachael Schwartz AT 4:45 P.M. JUNE 27, 2011

TAGS: Commercialization | Outside Publication | Rachael Schwartz | Valuation




Know What to Pay: Evaluate the Market Value of an Acquisition through Comparables

Comparables are vital to determining what the market would likely pay for a company, technology, or Intellectual Property (IP) asset. While the market value is not necessarily what the asset is worth to your company, it gives you an idea of what competitors may be willing to pay and can provide insight that will inform your bidding strategy.

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POSTED BY Rachael Schwartz AT 12:45 P.M. JUNE 1, 2011

TAGS: Commercialization | Outside Publication | Process | Rachael Schwartz | Valuation




A Triangulation Approach to Valuation Delivers the "Right" Price

A Triangulation Approach to valuation looks at value in three ways: 1) modeling the value that the technology and IP provides for your company's intended use; 2) reviewing, risk-adjusting and use-adjusting the target's valuation, and 3) understanding market comparables.

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POSTED BY Rachael Schwartz AT 1:00 P.M. MAY 26, 2011

TAGS: Commercialization | Outside Publication | Process | Rachael Schwartz | Valuation




IP Valuation

A valuation of a company's patent portfolio or of a specific group of patents is important in helping the company to determine the value of its portfolio in a licensing transaction or in the sale of the company. It is important for companies to understand the drivers of value within their portfolios and to understand the strengths and weaknesses of the portfolios.

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POSTED BY Rachael Schwartz AT 6:53 P.M. JUNE 9, 2009

TAGS: Rachael Schwartz | Valuation




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