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Inside thyssenkrupp’s IP reform strategy

Patrick Wingrove, London

The CEO of the intellectual property arm of a multinational steel producer and engineering firm told delegates at this year’s European Patent Forum in Paris about how the company established protection for its 600 legal entities, ensuring new IP was managed effectively

Intellectual property is enormously important for scaling companies. Protections such as patents not only secure large revenue streams but are also marketable assets that can be leveraged to attract investment. The problem is that as a company grows it becomes...

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