Intellectual Capital in an Innovative Start-up Firm: Importance of Recognition, Protection, and Integration in a Business Plan
The strategic role of intellectual capital in a start-up knowledge firm and its recognition in the Business Plans.
||Strategic Intellectual Capital Management Competitive Advantage, Business Plan for Start-ups, Patent Protection for Intellectual Capital
The International Journal of Knowledge, Culture and Change Management, Volume 5, Issue 11, pp.23-32.
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Sanjoy is a senior lecturer in finance, and the strategic management of intellectual capital, at La Trobe University, Melbourne, Australia. He has achieved academic and professional qualifications in Asia, Europe and Australia and has taught in four major universities in Australia. His research areas focus on start-up technology valuations, portfolio management, critical success factors for new technologies, and the strategic management of intellectual capital Sanjoy has worked in senior management positions in Europe, Asia and Australia. He is experienced in introducing and implementing state-of-the art financial information technologies in service industries. Sanjoy has also extensive consulting experience in service and manufacturing industries in Asia and Europe, and has advised various start-up firms in respect of valuation of knowledge assets, patents, intellectual capital audits, strategic research directions and valuations, and financing capital expenditures in knowledge assets.
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