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Chhavi Bhandari

is an IP Specialist for ClearViewIP. Based in Sydney Australia, Chhavi serves as an IP consultant helping clients across various high-tech and med-tech sectors including; telecoms, network security, consumer electronics, and software systems to generate value from their IP assets. Skilled in patent analytics as well as commercial assessment, she has developed successful licensing and sale strategies. Her IP commercialization work includes assessment of IP and technologies, identification of applicable markets, preparing collateral such as marketing materials, value propositions, claims charts, and developing financial and valuation models to support negotiations.

Prior to joining ClearViewIP, Chhavi worked as a Consultant with Ernst & Young. In this role, she was part of a team delivering strategy and performance improvement consulting projects to leading pharmaceuticals and healthcare companies in India. Amongst these, Chhavi was mostly involved in projects relating to business and financial planning, market assessments, business partner search, market entry and growth strategies. Before this, Chhavi worked in a technical role with Samsung Electronics. Her work was focused in the area of Recommended Systems.

Chhavi has a BEng in Electronics and Communications from Delhi University, India, and an MBA from SPJIMR, Mumbai, India. She is also a Certified Patent Valuation Analyst (CPVA). She holds 3 patent applications.

Recent Articles by Chhavi Bhandari

A Systematic Approach to a Successful Patent Licensing Program

Patent licensing is becoming increasingly challenging and it requires thorough preparation on the licensor’s part to convince a potential licensee that a license is both required and inevitable and to persuade them into serious negotiations. The steps involved will vary based on whether your patents are already being infringed upon or if they protect a new technology that can extend market value or penetration. In this article, the focus is on the research and preparation for the licensing of patents that may already be in use.