Compare a company’s market capitalisation with its tangible assets and you’ll find a gap of up to 75%, which IP experts assure us rests in intangible assets.
However, in a survey, the Intellectual Property Office…more
Back in the industrial age, tangible assets like plant and equipment were the secret to building substantial company value. But in today’s businesses, it’s the way you harness and multiply know-how, not manpower,…more
The UK has seen a decline in traditional "asset rich" manufacturing industries, whose intangible property effectively underpinned bank lending. These industries have been replaced by today's knowledge economy businesses, where…more
The role of copyright in the UK knowledge economy
In the UK, the service sector now counts for over 75% of added value, and technical
development is often realised in software, which is seldom patentable. This changing economic…more
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