What do you mean when you say “we show your patent’s value to investors?”

What do you mean when you say “we show your patent’s value to investors?”

A rule of thumb for investors is that a filed patent adds about $1 million to a startup’s valuation. We work with you to describe (approximately) how much value your patent adds to your overall valuation.

Investors, especially VCs love patents, because it shows them that your idea is unique enough to get a patent. Also patents can help them to mitigate risk, as they are treated the same as other business assets.

To learn more on how much a patent worth to a VC, click here to read our blog post.

To avoid any confusion, we need to highlight: we can’t get you in front of investors. But we help you to describe the value of your idea, when you have the chance to speak with investors.


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