Certified Patent Valuation Analyst Designation Expands Throughout EuropePublié le lundi 17 juin 2019
June 17, 2019
Walnut Creek, CA, USA
Princeton, NJ, USA
The Certified Patent Valuation Analyst designation is expanding its training programs in France through a new marketing partnership with the European Institute for Entreprise and Intellectual Property (IEEPI).
David Wanetick, CEO of Certified Patent Valuation Analyst:
We are delighted to partner with the European Institute for Entreprise and Intellectual Property. IEEPI is held in high regard for its curated curriculum, marketing prowess and deep relationships with all of the right players in the sphere of intellectual property in France in particular and in Europe in general. The IEEPI’s reputation for delivering high quality training covering a wide range of patent issues is without parallel in the French-speaking world.
Antoine Dintrich, CEO of the IEEPI:
We are delighted to partner with David Wanetick and the CPVA team. David Wanetick is internationally recognized as being the leading expert in patent valuation. He has valued thousands of patents and has garnered over 250 testimonials related to his teaching of the CPVA program. We are confident that attending patent professionals will learn invaluable lessons regarding patent valuation and patent monetization at the CPVA training sessions to be held in France.
The first Certified Patent Valuation Analyst training session marketed by the IEEPI will take place in Paris, France on July 4-5, 2019.
Certified Patent Valuation Analyst Designation The CPVA program consists of four training modules—Valuation of Emerging Technologies, Calculating Damages Relating to Patent Infringement, Negotiating Licensing Agreements for Maximum Returns, and Advanced Patent Valuation. CPVA attendees receive dozens of articles, hundreds of slides, an Excel workbook with many dozens of methodologies, a selection of David Wanetick’s books, and the Patent Valuation Gauntlet which includes some 900 questions to be considered when valuing patents. The CPVA program has been run in the United States, Canada, the United Kingdom, the Netherlands, the Philippines, Belgium, Germany, Spain, Dubai, China, Denmark, Thailand, Singapore, Hong Kong, India and Israel.
About European Institute for Entreprise and Intellectual Property: The European Institute for Entreprise and Intellectual Property (IEEPI) was established in 2004 at the initiative of the French Ministry of Industry and the French Institute of Industrial Property. The Institute develops training on strategic and managerial aspects of intellectual property for businesses, especially SMEs, public research organizations, universities and IP practitioners. IEEPI is characterized by the high level of expertise of its stakeholders and its trainings covering all topics related to the protection and the promotion of innovations. The Institute runs approximately 200 training days annually which attracts thousands of delegates, largely from French-speaking Europe.