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High-tech and biotech start-up companies often live or die by the choices that they make in relation to their IP. When, as a start-up, you properly manage your IP and fully exploit your IP position, your chances of thriving in the highly competitive markets will increase. Understanding this reality, we pay special attention to helping start-ups to reach their goals.

Guide through the maze

We make a real difference. As a full-service IP firm, we guide you through the maze of dos and don’ts. Together with you we develop your IP position and make sure that it is in alignment with your overall business strategy.

Shared background

Our attorneys have extensive experience in working with high-tech and biotech start-ups. In many cases, we share a background in start-ups or have worked in the industry. We are familiar with the specific problems and challenges that you encounter. That helps us to maximize the value of your Intellectual Property.

Building a sound IP portfolio

We provide the IP service that you need for building up a sound IP portfolio and for managing it successfully. This means involving you for those aspects of IP that are particularly relevant to you and shielding you from the burden of patent/legal formalities.

 

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Jetze Beeksma

Jetze Beeksma

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News

VoiceMint patent a prototype of ingenuity

A buzzword at education and research institutes for some time now has been ‘valorisation’. This means rendering academic knowledge suitable and/or usable for economic and social benefit. A great example is the invention of the VoiceMint, a device that makes it possible to talk without using the vocal chords.Continue reading

V.O. supports students through innovation competitions

The universities of Delft, Eindhoven, Twente and Wageningen have joined one another in setting up innovation competitions.Continue reading

The lightbulb

The lightbulb is the symbol of invention. In part this is due to the metaphor of a light switching on, but also because of the far-reaching consequences of the invention of the first commercially useable lightbulbs and the fierce patent war that ensued.Continue reading

Events

Product case game: Heineken THE SUB

TU Delft Faculty 3mE, Instruction room L, Mekelweg 2, Delft, Netherlands

Exclusively for TU Delft students we, together with Vattenfall Solar Team, organize a special product case game. Make a deep dive into the innovative world of home draught beer with Heineken’s THE SUB. Via this game you will gain insight into the role of Intellectual Property during the development of this stunning device. And not in the least place, how a multinational reduced its carbon footprint. Win the game and THE SUB is yours! More about this event

Knowledge for Growth 2019

Gent ICC, Gent, België

Don’t miss the 2019 edition on 9 May  and capture the attention of 1,200 high-level life sciences actors from about 550 companies & organisations! The cream of the European life sciences community will be attending the 15th edition of flanders.bio’s annual knowledge for growth business conference, attracting decision makers from biotech, pharma and medtech as well as investors, universities, topnotch research institutes, policymakers and competence providers. More about this event

INTA Annual Meeting 2019

Boston Convention and Exhibition Center, Summer Street, Boston, Massachusetts, United States

The INTA Annual Meeting is the largest and most influential gathering of brand owners and intellectual property (IP) professionals from around the world and from across industries. Join the 141st Annual Meeting in Boston, Massachusetts, May 18‒22, 2019, and you’ll leave with fresh perspectives, critical insights, best practices, and knowledge about new market trends to drive your organization forward. More about this event