Inngot

Inngot offers unique online tools which enable any organisation to define, value and market its intellectual property (IP) and intangible assets.

Intangibles including IP are known to account for around three-quarters of the value of companies whose shares are publicly traded. However, unquoted organisations find it hard to capitalise on this value, as the key assets are generally absent from company balance sheets. Often, it is unclear what all the relevant assets are, let alone what they may be worth.

Inngot addresses this issue by providing an innovation profiling tool: you can view sample Inngot profile reports here. The process enables any company to get to grips with its intangibles in minutes, using an intuitive step-by-step classification approach. Once captured, these profiles can be stored, shared via e-mail, embedded into websites or searched using the Inngot ‘knowledge bank’.

In addition, profiled assets can be valued using ‘Sollomon’, the first indicative IP valuation tool on the web. Developed with specialist input from Grant Thornton UK LLP, this combines a ‘relief from royalty’ calculation with a sophisticated risk assessment process to produce a current valuation report, downloadable immediately.

Many businesses have now successfully used Inngot’s tools to pin down their key assets and leverage them for fundraising and licensing. Inngot also works with universities, investors, lenders, government agencies, innovation networks and professional service providers.

Specialties

Innovators in defining, describing and valuing intellectual assets, intellectual property and intangibles.

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