Patent Value Quotient for First Quarter of 2014
Shows Strong Patent Sales and Strong Patent Demand!
The Patent Value Quotient™ for the First Quarter of 2014 shows the Average Price Paid and Median Price Paid per Patent to be down about 10% from the Average and Median numbers for 2013. However, the report also – and more importantly – shows that patent demand remains high. We continue to see both mega sales of patents (sales of 100 or more patents in a single transaction) as well as micro sales (less than five patents). The PVQ shows that the market for patents – the currency of an information society – remains strong, and that intellectual assets continue to be any organizations most strategic assets!
Based on information provided to us in the last few months, we made minor
revisions to our Full Year 2012 and Full Year 2013 Patent Value Quotient, so
we are making those revised reports available.
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