CoraPatents Project organizes the Workshop “Patents as Collateral” to present and explain its solution.
At its final stage, CoraPatents project organizes a workshop to present its main results and explain the solution developed during the project. The Workshop entitled “Patents as Collateral: the CoraPatents solution” will be held on 22 October 2019, at JRC. The same workshop will be organized also on 23 October 2019, at JRC, to give the chance to all the interested persons to attend and participate on the workshop and know more about the CoraPatents solution.
1st session: 22 October 2019
16h00 – 16h15: CoraPatents project at a glance, by Petra Ristau (JRC)
16h15 – 16h40: CoraPatents solution: the patent valuation, by Andreas Zagos (InTraCom)
16h40 – 16h45: CoraPatents solution: the patent index, by Roland Meier (Privé Technologies)
16h45 – 17h00: Q&A
2nd session: 23 October 2019
10h00 – 10h15: CoraPatents project at a glance, by Petra Ristau (JRC)
10h15 – 10h40: CoraPatents solution: the patent valuation, by Andreas Zagos (InTraCom)
10h40 – 10h45: CoraPatents solution: the patent index, by Roland Meier (Privé Technologies)
10h45 – 11h00: Q&A
JRC Capital Management Consultancy & Research GmbH.
FEES AND REGISTRATION
The workshop is free to attend, but registration is required. Please register for the workshop here.
The Workshop “Patents as Collateral” will be online live streamed, for those who can not attend physically the event. To join the live stream, please access this link. => new link to join live stream on 23rd October available here.
FOR MORE INFORMATION
Please visit our website www.corapatents.eu or contact us by sending an email to email@example.com.
ABOUT THE PROJECT
CoraPatents is a research project that aims at building and establishing the patent valuation methodology as accepted company assessment standard in the financial industry. The ultimate goal is to support: innovative companies, including SMEs and Startups, which have patents to use as collateral, to increase their overall company rating and reduce their credit interest rates; banks to reduce their credit risk; investment companies to develop new innovative products; and Venture Capital companies to identify and verify outstanding deals.
The CoraPatents project has received funding from the Eurostars-2 joint Programme (project nº E! 11618) with co-funding from the European Union Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme, and the national funding authorities of Germany, Austria and Portugal.