The Harrison Group, LLC, was incorporated on March 11, 2002, in the State of Idaho as a woman-owned limited liability company.
The Harrison Group is not only involved in the "nuts and bolts" of the commercialization and licensing of technology, it also directs the administrative aspects of the process; facilitates the Intellectual Property management; assesses the patentability and commercial viability of the invention; and seeks out the best "fit" in the marketplace for the technology, the inventor, as well as the technology "purchaser". From the moment interest is shown in an invention, THG turns scientific progress into tangible products.
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Our Focus is on Helping the Customer Become Successful
Just as water nourishes plants and animals as they grow and thrive, so too, does The Harrison Group sustain inventors and entrepreneurs on their respective paths to technology licensing and commercialization.
Whether it’s assisting entrepreneurs with the necessary skills to develop a product licensing plan for moving expeditiously—-and effectively—into the market place; or improving our clients’ productivity, performance, and/or profitability through the implementation of superb marketing and sales strategies; The
Harrison Group has the background, experience, and knowledge to help its
As Licensing Executives Society (LES) members while working at the Idaho National Laboratory, as well as The Harrison Group membership, the THG partners have been a part of LES for a combined 20 years.
LES is an organization that, for 50 years, has...
"been the leading association for intellectual property, technology, and business development professionals to achieve professional and personal success."
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