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Start-ups’ specific IP challenges

Patrick Wingrove, London

Lack of experience and funds mean intellectual property is often neglected by start-ups. Managing IP asks a few of them how they approach IP strategy

In many ways, start-ups are the world’s great trailblazers. Their nimble business models let them scale easily and they use new work practices to recruit and retain young talent. They design and launch technology that improves the customer experience, morphs...

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