Inngot was founded in 2007 by information industry professional Martin Brassell FRSA and international finance law expert Professor Iwan Davies. Our board also includes experts in database and systems design (Dr David Harvey), intellectual property licensing and exploitation (David Hulston) and information management (Joanne Helson).
We're on a mission to help organisations everywhere unlock the commercial potential of their IP and intangibles. Our services solve the twin problems of asset identification and valuation that have made it difficult for companies to harness this vital source of value, normally absent from balance sheets.
We recognise that not all organisations are all that familiar with IP. That's why we've developed classification structures, tools and interfaces which address the language barrier and make it easy to get to grips with the subject. It's also why we are harnessing the power of the Internet to deliver them to you today.
Dr Alison Orr gained her BSc (Hons) Molecular Biology and D.Phil. Clinical Medicine from the Universities of Glasgow and Oxford. She is a part-qualified patent attorney, who worked in private practice before moving into the world of IP commercialisation. Alison conducts IP audits, Early Stage Indicative Valuations, along with training and coaching on IP, technology scouting and exploitation of IP in International Markets.
Dr Ian Goodyer has a PhD in molecular biology, a post-grad qualification in IP law and a PRINCE II project management qualification; he is a student member of CIPA and an associate member of the IILP. With many years' experience running his own high-tech start-up, he has hands on experience of filing/prosecuting patents and trade marks. Ian's responsibilities include IP Audits, evaluation of University IP projects and international IP consulting roles.
Harriet Carr gained her Psychology degree at Cardiff Metropolitan University in 2014. She has a range of experience working in customer service, sales and marketing environments, and is also an avid writer. As Inngot’s Business Support and Marketing Executive, Harriet is involved in our marketing campaigns, social media and customer service.
Melanie Mousley Jones has a degree from the University of London, Royal Holloway in classical civilization. She held a number of senior administrative roles in the arts and voluntary sectors. She has been Partnership Manager of Inngot since 2009 and has co-ordinated all of our influential research projects.
Nick Page gained his international business degree from Swansea University, which included a one year study placement at Dalhousie University, Canada. He has experience working with sales, marketing and IT with an avid interest in innovation management. Nick is Inngot’s Business Researcher and carries out technical, commercial and market research.
Paul Rogers is qualified to post-graduate level in Business and Management and is a Fellow of the Chartered Management Institute. With experience in Engineering, Advisory and Consultancy roles, Paul now works for Inngot in a Technical Management capacity, with responsibility for Head Office operations and technical service delivery.
Rhodri Ellis has a degree in Computer games development from Swansea Metropolitan University. With a deep understanding of general programming principles, he actively develops in his free time using various technologies and frameworks. Rhodri is Inngot's senior systems developer.