Lightbulb is an Australian IP, IT and business law blog focused on commercialisation of intellectual property. This is a list of IP commercialisation success stories in the blog’s first few years.
Our portfolio of stories covers an inspiring range of successful products, services, business systems and technologies. It ends with a list of guides designed to help you build your success story.
Australian commercialisation stories
- Various: Made in Australia
- Beer: Trade mark law strategy kept simple for blondes
- Victa Lawnmower and B&D Roller Door: Garage culture puts fun to work
- Celebrity chefs: A recipe to make a high net worth celebrity chef
- Winery: Robert Mondavi and the commercialisation of Leeuwin Estate
- Winery: Hunter Valley wine brands and branding
- Wines: Learning from the wine world of Max Schubert
- Winery: Changing views on time and the epidemic of short termism – mentions Casella Wines Yellow Tail
Fruit and agricultural products: Striking gold with kiwifruit
- Apparel: What do Australians love to wear the most
- Software: Mozilla: An Intellectual Property Monster Story
- Equipment / Xerox photocopier: “The most successful product ever marketed in America”
- Music technology: Music formats and law: commercialisation of 45-rpm records
- Performer: Music Business Entrepreneurship: Eulogy for James Brown
- Performer: Ray Charles learned from his mama
- Social media: Facebook’s monetarization strategy
Street furniture: Commercialisation and Advertising Contracts in Paris
Information technology: 7 commercialised IT technologies
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