What does content creator support mean?
The Blog of the IP business academy documents the current developments, backgrounds, and empirical findings in the main topics of IP management, such as innovation management, IP strategy, IP risk and IP compliance, IP and AI, IP and SMEs, IP standards, SEPs and FRAND, organization and leadership in IP and many more. Its aim is to raise awareness for these topics and guide managers and IP professionals alike through the digital transformation with the help of modern IP management.
When you are interested to become a content creator on the IP business academy channels please have a look at the following examples for our blogpost formats and our author guidelines.
Here you find examples of our content formats.
- Content creator interview
- Conference review
- Book review
- Case study
- IP news article
- Expert analysis
- Book excerpt
- Job openings
Content creator interview: How can you profit as a content creator?
We support our content creators such as lecturers, mentors, ambassadors, and blog authors through our reach and the high engagement rate of our community. The IP Business Academy is the fastest growing IP management community in the world. We are happy to support you in awareness building for your topics by publishing your blog post and generating parallel awareness on our LinkedIn channels.
How you can profit is explained by our author Constanza Miller Vargas in this interview:
Conference review: What have you learned at a conference?
As an expert it is important, that you are always close to the newest developments in your field and that you show it to the public. This can be done by participating in conferences and connecting with other experts. We offer our authors to write a review on a conference and can communicate the newest developments in their field and their expertise to clients and employers.
For an example on a conference review, please have a look at the post by Dr. Shu Pei Oei:
Book review: What have you learned from an IP management book?
IP management is based on a deep theoretical foundation and is learned through practical case studies. Both are described in state-of-the-art textbooks. We offer our authors to write a review about an IP management book that inspired them and show what they learned from it.
For an example on a book review, please have a look at the post by Ivan Gauci:
Case study: How do companies perform best practice IP management?
The documentation of the best practice of IP management is not only important for students to learn, but also in the awareness raising for IP, so that companies better understand the value of IP. We offer our authors to document examples how IP management was performed in all industries and regions to inspire entrepreneurs in applying IP management in their companies.
For an example on a case study, please have a look at the post by Sachin Seshadri:
IP news article: What to learn from current cases?
In the fast news cycle of the digital era, it is vital to discuss the current events and case law and show the world your interpretation and what to learn from them. We offer our authors to comment fast on current event in the IP world and also distribute their message through our channels on LinkedIn.
For an example on an IP news article, please have a look at the post by Andreas Sætre Hanssen:
Expert analysis: What are the big trends in the IP world?
IP management is not only relevant on a single company or case level, but also the big trends in the IP world need to be considered and communicated to the broader public, so that companies understand the implications. We offer our authors to analyse the big trends shaping the IP world and present options to business people.
For an example on an expert analysis article, please have a look at the post by Dr. Malte Köllner:
Book excerpt: The long read
IP management has to be studied thoroughly and that can be often done only with extensive theory presentations and case studies, which are presented in book publications. We offer our authors to present some condensed key learnings from their publications to communicate with a broader readership.
For an example on a book excerpt, please have a look at the post by Pascal Attali:
Finding fitting IP experts for your company or law firm is a challenge in the knowledge economy. We offer our network partners to publish job openings and distribute them in our IP expert community to win the race for the smartest minds.
For an example on job opening, please have a look at the post for Essilor: