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October 2019

Rupert Mayer discusses the State of Automating IP Data Management

We went live with Rupert Mayer last month to discuss the current state of automating IP data management. In this webinar, Rupert covered everything from strategies for minimizing manual data entry, to ways to approach eliminating data redundancies. Didn't get a chance to see it? Take a look at the recording below.
 
 
August 2019

IPfolio Announces Business Headquarters in Indianapolis, IND.

August 12, 2019

INDIANAPOLIS, IN. — IPfolio, the wholly-owned subsidiary of the ipan/Delegate Group, a leading provider of software and outsourced intellectual property services, is pleased to announce today the location of its new operations center in Indianapolis, Indiana.

May 2019

CPA GLOBAL AND IPAN/DELEGATE GROUP ANNOUNCE CLOSING OF MERGER AND FUTURE OUTLOOK FOR THE COMBINED ORGANISATION

May 17, 2019 – LONDON/MUNICH/BRUSSELS: IP management and technology companies CPA Global® and ipan/Delegate Group today announce the closing of their previously announced merger.

The new organisation will deliver best-in-class technology and integrated software, and IP services solutions for corporations and law firms globally. These solutions will offer a unique customer experience and superior service supported by the global footprint of our combined team.

September 2018

IPfolio Ranks No. 1003 on the 2018 Inc. 5000 List of America’s Fastest-Growing Private Companies, Posting 3-Year Revenue Growth of 491%

BERKELEY, Calif., September 6, 2018 — Inc. magazine recently announced that Intellectual Property Management solutions provider IPfolio is No. 1003 on its 37th annual Inc. 5000 list, the most prestigious ranking of the nation’s fastest-growing private companies. IPfolio grew 491 percent over the past three years (2014-2017), successfully marketing its IP management technology to corporate IP law departments in and outside the U.S.

September 2018

Image Rights: How IP Helps Elite Footballers Keep More of Their Millions

During the past decade, image rights have become at least as important as trademarks and copyrights to elite soccer (aka football in every country other than Canada and the USA) players as they and their managerial teams become more creative about how they use IP to build brands, as well as earn and keep more of their money. Image Rights have helped famous mononyms like Messi, Ronaldo and Neymar, as well as hundreds of other soccer stars, stash hundreds of millions of tax-advantaged euros, pounds and dollars.

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