IP Trade

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About IP Trade

IP Trade is a boutique IP brokerage company that helps you to capitalize on your patent assets.

Organizations are placing a greater emphasis on leveraging their intellectual property assets in order to strategically position themselves to compete in the global market place. Companies have various needs relating to portfolio management, new product development as well as litigation concerns. Strategically based in Asia with a network of contacts in the United States, the Middle East and Europe, IP Trade is focused on assisting patent holders in maximizing the value of their intellectual property assets through licensing, selling or acquiring patents of value.


The market for intangible assets is becoming more sophisticated with many forces shaping the industry: IP Auctions, Online Exchanges, Patent Aggregators, IP Acquisition Funds, Defensive Patent Pools and Financial IP Trading Platforms. IP Trade is able to assist our clients with developing and implementing strategies to navigate the evolving patent landscape and make connections with qualified buyers and key potential partners.


We work with our clients to formulate a plan, prepare presentable marketing materials and create an effective message outlining the value surrounding the patented technology.

Portfolio Analysis

Assess patent/portfolios strength and applicable market segments, analyze the patent claims, review citing and cited patents, research competing products and patents, evaluate the technology’s value relative to market conditions.

Strategy Development

Develop a strategy to sell or license the patents to prospective candidates, identify target companies as well as key decision makers, determine level of interest.

Information Package Creation

Marketing materials containing evidence of use and claim charts will be presented to the buyer in order to provide an incentive to acquire the portfolio.


Follow up with interested parties, evaluate transaction terms and negotiate a mutually acceptable agreement.

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