COMMERCIALISATION

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MAKING KNOWLEDGE WORK

Keeping You In The Know

At LEXXER our business is knowledge and how it can be developed and used commercially. We provide innovative and effective solutions, a range of advice and intervention services to keep you in the KNOW. Our brokerage services will make you KNOWLEDGE-ABLE allowing you to market your knowledge, experience and skills in new ways.

Our first step is to audit that knowledge and to develop it to the point where it is marketable. Often valuable research and amazing ideas lie gathering dust on a shelf. At LEXXER we are proactive in both advising and shaping research and design to ensure that it is of interest and use to a range of markets. If you have a skill such as teaching or managing we will help you develop and market it, if it is an idea or invention let us turn it from a concept into a commodity

Inspired by the Renaissance which symbolises how the light of knowledge brought an end to the Dark Ages, we believe passionately that knowledge from across different disciplines when blended together and properly used can change the world. Further since we value knowledge we see a commercial aspect to all we do and gave developed a process to commercialise and broker it.

What is commercialisation?

Commercialisation is the process of making a product or service fit for the commercial market. It means turning a concept or idea, a skill or service into a real business opportunity.

Knowledge is a more difficult product to commercialise and at LEXXER we have developed a unique commercialisation process including market research and consultation, development, prototyping, drawing up business, marketing and placement plans, as well as a legal, financial and business services framework to protect intellectual property rights to ensure the best model for market and the means to secure finance. 

LEXXER SHOWING YOU THE WORLD IN 3D

The LEXXER concept incorporates a multi-disciplinary process, which builds upon and connects up work from separate areas in a way that generates new perspectives, fresh insights and innovative methodologies which expand and refine knowledge of a particular problem providing effective solutions.

We make the Utilisation and Commercialisation of Knowledge as easy as A……B……C…..

 

COMMERCIALISATION THEMES

ACTUALISATION

LEXXER will audit your knowledge assets, see how they can be applied or adapted and best placed and promoted to actualise their value.

BILOCATION

Our brokerage experts will produce a development plan, with at least two separate uses or application of the knowledge and create pathways for utilisation.

COMMERCIALISATION

LEXXER recognises knowledge as a commodity which can be traded and will contribute to the economy, we facilitate this process through our SUSed Program .

KNOWLEDGE BROKERAGE SERVICES

Some of the range of knowledge brokerage opportunities where we have worked with clients to provide support, services and solutions.


 

GIVING YOU KNOWLEDGE-ABILITY

Unlocking the Power of Knowledge


CONTACT US

Knowledge brokering offers you an analogous capability. This is simply taking an idea, or process or piece of knowledge from one area or sector and applying it to another, by analogy we reach a new solution. These connections are made by our team of knowledge brokers—who create the space and time for an exchange of knowledge which combines the external ideas with internal ones to improve your business processes.

At LEXXER we wish to take  international best practice and apply it to Northern Ireland in order to develop it as a world leading Knowledge Economy. While some sectors like engineering, bio-technology and IT are already quite well advanced with important partnerships between business and local universities, others have yet to discover the potential.

Therefore we wish to focus on what is known as the Third Sector – community and voluntary groups charities and not for profit organisations, which is well developed and has achieved much in the wake of recent conflict, however decades of accumulated knowledge and experience is often lost when projects stop, funding is not secured or staff move on.