EnConnect provides services to new ventures such as, fractional executive services and intellectual property strategy consulting so that the ventures can grow in the right direction. Once a venture receives funding, it would typically need some help right away, but with limited resources, it is often difficult to hire many full time employees, especially experienced executives. A fractional executive service makes it affordable to hire experienced executives with specialized knowledge and a track record of successful business deals for a small incremental time.
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“Today’s startups and high tech ventures are embracing lean strategies out of the gate and HR/ Team building is one of the biggest challenges these new companies face. Their success depends on the right people in the right roles and fractional management is one of the most affordable ways to keep a company on track and projecting forward so that all stakeholders experience the value,” notes Hope Hartman, CEO of EnConnect.
One of the unique aspects of the many technology-based ventures is their intellectual property, such as patent, that can provide a market advantage and protection from the competitors. However, alignment between patents and the business plan is often not coordinated thoroughly to optimize their values. With more than 25 years of experience and nearly 200 technology licensing and other strategic intellectual property related deals negotiated by the two principals of EnConnect, makes it one of the most experienced business consulting firms on intellectual property management in Colorado.
President of EnConnect, Denichiro “Denny” Otsuga, Ph.D. says “We have experience managing and advising clients by using a specialized intellectual property management software from just a few intellectual properties to a large portfolio of over 25,000 patents,” and “We understand the importance of processes, strategy and resources needed to effectively manage intellectual properties when scaling up from a startup to a large organization.”
RVC Executive Director Peter Adams says, “It makes sense for RVC and EnConnect to work together so that companies funded by RVC’s angel investors can seek support from EnConnect. In turn, EnConnect can extend the impact of RVC’s educational courses and events beyond Denver and Boulder to allow entrepreneurs and venture companies to meet with angel investors, in the communities north of Denver. Both entities working together will undoubtedly enhance the entrepreneurial economy of Colorado and beyond.”