The Clydesdale and Yorkshire Banks IP100 will be published across the UK and will profile and rank innovative companies within the private sector, highlighting those which have significantly invested in their IP in the form of IP creation, IP management policies, R&D activities and IP commercialisation.
THE CLYDESDALE AND YORKSHIRE BANKS IP100
The Clydesdale and Yorkshire Banks IP100 is an annual ranking of companies based on a rating of their IP asset strength and track record in exploiting IP. The process involves an assessment of IP-specific data linked to the following IP asset classes: brands, software, patents, trade secrets and critical databases. The IP100 research team uses its proprietary process to calculate an IP score and subsequent ranking for each company.
The top scoring companies will be published in the IP100, an annual ranking of businesses which are considered to be the most effective at commercialising their IP assets.
The IP League Table has been great for Digitonic as it has been a fantastic differentiator, setting us apart as a real innovator in our market. It has really helped us raise our profile as a service provider who invests greatly in IP, for the benefit of our clients. Since it was announced we had ranked 8th overall we have noticed a significant increase in website traffic and LinkedIn views, which is always great for business.
Grant Fraser, Managing Director at Digitonic
WHO CAN ENTER?
The Clydesdale and Yorkshire Banks IP100 is open to all UK businesses and is free to enter. It will be published annually as part of a special IP report in BQ Magazine.
WHY SHOULD YOU ENTER?
The Clydesdale and Yorkshire Banks IP100 will provide a platform for gaining recognition for the investment you have made in IP, whether you are using this to:
IP also has the ability to play an important role in transforming funding options available to your company, as IP assets can now be used to raise finance, realise value on the balance sheet or restructure debt.
We are now accepting a second round of applications.