9 Oct
2018

Who are the world's leading IP strategists? The IAM Strategy 300 nomination process begins

The research process for the 2019 edition of IAM Strategy 300 starts today and we want you to take part. More precisely, let us know who you consider to be a world leading IP strategist by visiting our research website and filling in the form (click here).

Since 2009, the IAM Strategy 300 has served as an essential tool for those seeking to identify IP professionals – whether corporate, legal or advisory – who excel in the creation and roll-out of strategies designed to maximise the value of intellectual property. To ensure that the directory continues to give authoritative and up-to-the-minute guidance, we are once again asking the IP community to get involved in the nomination process.

We are seeking to identify candidates across the IP strategy spectrum – from private practice lawyers and corporate counsel, through aggregators and NPE executives, to economists, consultants and research institution professionals. If they have a proven track record of expertise in using intellectual property to boost bottom-line returns or creating value in other ways, then we want to hear about them.

To be considered for inclusion in the guide, a candidate must receive a minimum of three nominations from outside the organisation in which they work. Those who reach this threshold will be added to our longlist. Those longlisted individuals will then be contacted and asked to provide background information which they think supports their nomination. After reviewing this information, and the results of our own research, the IAM team will choose the individuals to be included in the IAM Strategy 300 2019.

If you would like to nominate individuals for potential inclusion in the IAM Strategy 300, please visit our nomination website.

Self-nominations and nominations from individuals working in the same organisation as the nominee will not be accepted.

The nomination process closes on 9th December 2018. We look forward to receiving your suggestions, and if, in the meantime, you have any questions about the research, please contact info@iam-300.com

Nicholas Richardson

Research Editor

nrichardson@GlobeBMG.com

Nicholas Richardson