On-Demand Webinar:

Calling for Action: How to Track and Measure Sustainable Innovation and Investments




About the Webinar

Sustainability is the most critical global initiative of our lifetime. And as it has become a value indicator for investors and a key decision-making component for consumers, there is a crucial need for companies to have a firm grasp on their contribution to sustainable innovation. Now, an unprecedented analysis of the United Nation's (UN) Sustainable Development Goals (SDG) by LexisNexis® PatentSight® enables us to see and understand the worldwide investments in sustainability.  

Learn all about how you can gain an unparalleled view into the global innovation landscape and reveal opportunities for sustainable technology with the connection of objective measures of patents to the targets and indicators of the UN's Sustainable Development Goals.

During the webinar, we discussed how the SDG analyses can help you:

  • Identify growth opportunities in emerging markets 
  • Increase stakeholder engagement and funding 
  • Gain competitive advantages in future-oriented technologies 
  • Support strategic decision-making for sustainable investments
Marco Richter
Marco Richter
Global Product Leader
LexisNexis® Intellectual Property

Marco spent the last ten years helping to build LexisNexis® PatentSight®. Initially working in the consulting business for PatentSight, running projects for DAX 30 and Fortune 500 companies, he also actively drove the transformation of PatentSight into a software company. He built the Data Harmonization Team and created the Consulting & Customer Success Team for PatentSight. He has strong ties to academia and international patent offices and is actively engaging with IP leaders and practitioners in his new role as Global Product Leader. Marco is known for his extraordinary customer focus, embracing continuous change and development to find new opportunities to deliver better outcomes for the innovation community.

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