Building a Strategic Patent Portfolio

How Patent Analytics can help you to stay ahead of your competitors and meet your business objectives 

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Presenter, moderator and host:

Didier Patry
Chief Executive Officer,
France Brevets
Anne Le Turnier
Business Development Manager, LexisNexis®
Rina Arad
Rina Arad
Managing Director, Arad Ophir

About the Webinar

As a company with an innovative idea, the only way to avoid being outplayed by the big corporations with a stronger market position is to make sure you play your cards right. “When entering new markets, companies often encounter patent infringements. Simultaneously, big, powerful American and Chinese tech giants are fighting a relentless battle for the ownership of intellectual property. If you want to be a serious player and survive this battle, you need to be properly equipped”, says Didier Patry - CEO at the public-private company France Brevets, which supports French corporations in building a strong patent portfolio. 

An important element of the ‘armor’ that any company with a valuable idea needs is solid, sophisticated patent management, according to Didier Patry. However, obtaining the full picture requires a lot of insights. You need to know the status of your competitors’ patents, and you need to clearly map out the balance of power. And equally important: you have to be able to compare this to your own patent portfolio and use the data to strengthen that portfolio or complete it if necessary. The most important, yet most complex, factor in this equation is not quantity, but the quality of the patents. What value do they represent? To determine that value, France Brevets uses the Patent Asset Index™, which is part of the LexisNexis® PatentSight® solution. In today's webinar, Didier Patry shares his most valuable insights.

Watch this recording to find out:

  • How building a strategic patent portfolio can help to meet your business objectives
  • What factors are important to set up the right patent strategy
  • How to stay on top of what your competitors are doing in this respect