is a patent acquisition consultant working closely with Fortune 500 companies in acquiring and commercializing patents in the global market. He founded PulseIP in late 2013 as a patent advisory firm and was involved in multiple IP transactions over recent years, primarily consulting companies in regards to patent acquisition matters. In 2017 he founded PatentAngels.com, an IP centric investment platform with a mission to assist patent backed ventures to capitalize on their IP assets. Prior to entering the intellectual property space, Adoram was trained as a lawyer at a commercial and real estate firm in Israel. He holds LL.B., B.A. in International Law and Business Administration.
Once your patent has been awarded you may still need additional capital to turn that patent into a business. Fortunately it is not as difficult to find investors as you may think. Equity crowdfunding is on the path to surpass venture capital as the preferred way for start-ups and small businesses to raise capital. In a nutshell, equity crowdfunding is the sale of equity (or debt) in your business directly to investors using an online platform instead of a stock brokerage firm. It is also less expensive than hiring one. Although direct to investor funding over the internet has been around since the late 1990s, it came of age with the JOBS Act in 2012.