Two leaders in the IP monetisation world, YP Jou, the man responsible for monetising large parts of the Hon Hai-Foxconn patent portfolio, and Erich Spangenberg, best known as the founder of IPNav, have announced a strategic alliance between two of their companies in a move which reflects the current dynamic nature of the IP services market and the extent to which it is being transformed by new technology. The pair have agreed a deal between InQuartik, an analytics outfit founded by Jou, and IPwe, Spangenberg’s vehicle designed to bring the power of the blockchain to the patent market.  

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