Mathys & Squire Consulting partners with Inkvine Communications to support IP and innovation in Ireland’s technology sector

A new partnership between Mathys & Squire Consulting and deep tech communications firm, Inkvine, has launched today to foster innovation and IP commercialisation and valuation in the technology sector. The partnership will provide client portfolios of both firms with access to the extensive domain expertise of the other, extending collective services to provide client support for long-term IP and market proposition.

Mathys & Squire Consulting – formerly known as Coller IP – is a wholly owned subsidiary of leading European patent and trade mark attorney firm, Mathys & Squire LLP. Together with its parent firm, Mathys & Squire Consulting specialises in providing independent advice and services across all legal and commercial aspects of IP, including due diligence, audits, valuation, training, innovation landscaping licensing, monetisation and competitive intelligence.

Inkvine helps breakout technology firms find their voice and capture emerging markets. Founded by Emily Ross in 2016, the company defines and executes complete go-to-market strategies – from positioning and core communications, to channel and funnel optimisation. Armed with a deep understanding of emerging technologies and backed by a distributed team of technology experts, Inkvine has helped a range of startups, foundations, and platforms cross the chasm from ideation to measurable growth.

Anthony Coleman, principal business consultant at Mathys & Squire Consulting, explained why Inkvine has been chosen as a partner: “We work with some of the most innovative companies in the world, across all technology areas.  However, communicating complex and novel capabilities to the broader audience of media, investors and customers is often challenging for our clients, especially at the earlier stages of their businesses. We recognise that Inkvine is uniquely positioned to help our clients communicate successfully for commercial success. We are therefore delighted to be partnering with the Inkvine team and very much look forward to working together on upcoming projects.”

Inkvine founder and CEO, Emily Ross, added: “Intellectual property is such an important area for the companies we work with. Often they push the boundaries of technical capability and innovation and it’s critical that they have expert guidance through the complexities of IP, patents and trademarks, because it makes such a difference to long-term financial success. We are skilled at building brands and communicating remarkability, and IP is a significant part of the communications mix. Having IP expertise to draw on gives our customers clear commercial advantage.”

The two will be collaborating jointly on a number of innovation projects over 2021 and 2022, with the first project scheduled to launch in Q4.

Key contact

Anthony Coleman
Business consultant