Your IP in China, apart from protecting it, you can also capitalise on it. Is there value in commercialising their intellectual properties in China for UK businesses? How do you go about it? Take a look at the driving forces behind China’s commercial IP market and you may find the clue. Or talk to Crayfish. We can help identify potential opportunities and make sure your IP is well protected and its journey of commercialisation smooth and seamless.
Crayfish® has helped companies and institutions to succeed in China for over two decades. Our clients select from a portfolio of fixed-price digital services and bespoke strategic consulting to accelerate their market entry, reduce risk and maximise their commercial opportunities. Whilst tech innovators and businesses, and education and research institutions, benefit from unique solutions to protect, manage, and commercialise Intellectual Property in China that may otherwise have remained unexploited.
Our approach is based on four commitments – commercial confidence, connections, cultural guidance, and cost certainty – providing you the maximum benefits of doing business, with the minimum risk and exposure.
Whether you are new to doing business with China or are looking to expand, Crayfish® has the solution.
If you need help to kickstart or grow your business in the Chinese and Asian markets, do get in touch.
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