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Selacorp's David Selakovic Specializes in Intellectual Asset Management

SINGAPORE -- (Marketwired) -- 07/18/14 -- Current U.S. Patent Law recognizes four different kinds of categories of inventions that are eligible for patent protection -- processes, article of manufacture, machines and compositions of matter. Companies around the world, from Audi to Tesla, from Apple to Microsoft, file patents every year to protect their latest inventions, knowing that intellectual property is often the most valuable asset a business has, trumping even the best marketing plan or the savviest management team. Touchscreens, electrical cars, foldable airplane seats -- the constant stream of innovative ideas never ends. Oftentimes companies work on similar concepts at the same time, resulting in a race to the patent office to protect an idea before somebody else does.

Great ideas come from great minds, not necessarily from the biggest organization. But while most market giants have their own departments specifically dedicated to the protection of the company's intellectual property, smaller businesses have to turn to outside providers for help to safeguard their innovations. Patent lawyers can help with filing and defending patents, but in order to develop a comprehensive strategy around the management of intellectual assets, more diverse expertise is necessary. David Selakovic offers exactly that with his internationally renowned consulting company Selacorp: assistance to clients in establishing and improving management and administrative strategies that are aligned with their corporate vision and objectives.

Thanks to his vast experience in the field, David Selakovic has the skills and knowhow to develop suitable and effective strategies for all kinds of businesses, from startups to major market players, regardless of the industry they operate in. Together with his team at Selacorp he has specialized in offering unique intellectual asset management solutions that guarantee superior results and increase the shareholder value. Selacorp strategists and consultants work closely with clients to make sure they fully understand the specific business requirements as well as the areas for development. Services include the integration of product innovations and management techniques, the creation and management of intellectual assets, the evaluation of assets, the acquisition and utilization of critical innovations, the evaluation of portfolios and the establishment and reinforcement of monitoring services for intellectual assets.

David Selakovic's vision is to provide solutions for clients to apply information technology innovations in the best way possible and to manage those innovations and assets. Throughout his career as an impactful business leader and investor who has been active on markets around the world, Selakovic has always been passionate about innovative technologies that not only benefit a single organization, but make a difference in the lives of many people and help shape our future. With Selacorp he created a platform that is based on his expertise as an information technology software architect and developer, through which he can share his experience and passion with others and help companies to realize their visions, expand their services and operations and make the most out of their businesses. When Selakovic is not busy helping others, he enjoys his free time in Singapore, where he currently lives with his wife Leah. On top of his many business endeavors, Selakovic is also a dedicated philanthropist who likes giving back through a number of charities.

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