Are you looking to know how much your registered design or design patent is worth?
To better help yu, we’ll need to collect information from you about different aspects of these industrial property rights:
- legal information about your protection process,
- technical information regarding the nature of your design and related products,
- information about the market you are targeting,
- information about the effective – or expected – exploitation of this design
- and finally, financial data regarding the revenue you expect to generate in the coming years, in connection with this creation.
We urge you to pay the utmost attention to the answers you will provide us as they will determine the relevance of the resulting estimate.
Feel free to consult your intellectual property attorneys or advisors, your accountant and anyone in your company who would be able to provide the most reliable information possible.
The information you share in this form will let us apply the net present value method (or discounted cash flows), a well-known method in the profession, and also one that is compliant with the various standards and best practices applicable today.
Our methodology integrates the risks related to the design and its exploitation, while including the variables that are unique to your own context. This gives you a realistic value, rather than a theoretical one, based on the information that you have shared with us.
Please be aware that you are solely responsible for the nature, accuracy and completeness of this information. This service does not entail any control or validation of the information you provide.
Are you ready? Then go get your estimate!
Fill out an evaluation form and get a value estimate. No need to be a specialist.
We use a well-known method based on expected revenue. Adapted to your own situation and compliant with all applicable standards.
The result: a realistic value range, which you can use in your valuation strategy.
Downloadable report sent within 3 working days
Secure process and assistance by email or phone if you have any questions during the process.