Anders Arvidsson - Parallel North IP
Anders Arvidsson is the CEO and founder of Parallel North IP, a European IP consulting and monetising firm providing customised services for clients to leverage the value of intellectual property. The firm’s passion is to define the monetary value of IP assets, which is critical to any risk assessment of intellectual property, IP sales, licences or transactions. This demands a broad range of legal, financial and technical expertise, all of which enable clients to maximise profitability and minimise risks in transactions involving IP rights. The firm assists clients on how best to leverage the commercial value of their IP portfolios and its services have helped clients to create new revenue streams, raise new capital, achieve cost savings, undertake financial risk assessments of intellectual property, secure evidence of use and strengthen their patent position against their peers.
Mr Arvidsson has over two decades’ experience developing, valuing and monetising patent assets in the corporate world. As a market maker, he has been a pioneer in creating the marketplace for IP transactions, which has helped to protect companies’ strategic product positions and maximise the value of their intellectual property. He constantly seeks new ways to use intellectual property as a strategic tool and has delivered to clients revenue captures in the range of $100 million to $150 million from various transactions. Mr Arvidsson has negotiated hundreds of transactions comprising multiple patent portfolios.
Previously, he spent 13 years at Nokia, where he headed the patent acquisition team. He has significant experience in negotiated transactions involving multiple patent portfolios. He has also been working as vice president, IP rights for GN Store Nord A/S, which is developing and manufacturing medical devices for hearing impairment and audio solutions.
- IP management consultancy
- Technology transfer
Parallel North IP
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