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Charles Root is the author of "Business Innovation and the Craft Brewing Industry". ipCG is beginning to see a "cross pollination" happen in the brewing industry. Specifically with Robot Process Automation (RPA) which is a form of Artificial Intelligence. As such we see an opportunity to help breweries take advantage of emerging trends in this area. Beer production, whether you’re making five gallons or 50,000 barrels, comes down to one important thing: making a great tasting beverage. To do this, you need as much concentration on the art of the brew and solid understanding of the science as you can provide to your craft. If you can use innovation, either your own or someone else’s, to give you the time you need to perfect that art and science, and thus be competitive in an ever-shrinking market share, then you need to do so.

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Do Investors Care About IP Anymore? When IP Is a Consideration in Devising Investment Strategies

It's been two decades since Intellectual Property (IP) and its development became a defining element in investment strategies for parties on both sides of the negotiation table. In the late 1990's, investors wanted their dot-com startup companies to have patents, as it would help the company appear innovative. Even after the dot-coms went bust, investors regarded IP as upside protection; meaning, if the company went under, the IP portion of the portfolio could keep the deal from being a complete loss. Investors, like Venture Capitalists (VCs), who got burned by multiple failed investment efforts, turned their interest towards start-up companies with a strong balance sheet versus those with no revenue potential. For example, if pre-investment research showed that the start-up had a Freedom to Operate (FTO), then IP became a more important consideration on an investor's check list.

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ipCapital Group's 15th Annual Thought Leadership Conference

November 6-7th, 2019
ipCG’s Thought Leadership Conference is an annual event that brings together 30 to 40 key decision makers across a broad selection of industries to focus on IP issues related to business strategy, value generation and potential disruptions in the business environment. We will be co-hosting this year’s conference at the Willis Tower in Chicago, with one of our preferred IP law firms Marshall Gerstein.

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John Cronin, Managing Director and Chairman, Nancy Edwards Cronin, Principal Partner, and Bruce Story, Senior Advisor are among 300 of the world’s pre-eminent IP strategists named in the latest edition of IAM Strategy 300 - The World’s Leading IP Strategists.

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ipCapital Group's 15th Annual Thought Leadership Conference

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November 6th & 7th | Chicago, IL

After 14 years in Vermont, this year’s Thought Leadership Conference is hitting the road.

The Conference is an annual event that brings together 30 to 40 key decision makers across a broad selection of industries to focus on IP issues related to business strategy, value generation and potential disruptions in the business environment. We will be co-hosting this year’s conference at the Willis Tower in Chicago, with one of our preferred IP law firms Marshall Gerstein.

This ¾ day seminar style conference will explore “Linking IP and Business”.  Conference participants are C-Suite, senior executives, IP managers, and other experts charged with providing insight and advice to the CEO/President.

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