Tag Archives: Denzil Doyle

The Doyletech team brings a wealth of experience in managing and exploiting intellectual property created from both the public and private sectors. Having been involved in evaluating and assessing

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Marketing is becoming a hot topic, particularly in Canada as we wrestle with the so-called “Commercialization Agenda”. NRC-IRAP has a program for assisting in the preparation of marketing plans,

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Canadian government and post-secondary research costs $14 billion, providing over 4% of world scientific research, but earning us less than 2% of global GDP. This gap stems from S&T policy’s failure to

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The recruitment and retention of a good board of directors can be formidable tasks in any company, particularly in a high technology company where a knowledge of the technology as well as an

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We are concerned that the productivity debate could become counterproductive just as the R&D debate has. The problem with the R&D debate is that our politicians are scolding Canadian industry for not

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Notwithstanding the difficulties we are going to have in defining and quantifying “the environmental industry”, (those difficulties were discussed in my last blog) it looks like we are going to have one and

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Most publicly-funded research and development (R&D) institutions in Canada are under considerable pressure from their funding authorities to demonstrate and quantify the economic benefits that resulted

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Anyone who is involved in high technology in Canada would have to agree that the country has a very strong R&D lobby. Politicians and policy makers are bombarded with messages from both industry

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An important element in conducting impact analysis is “opportunity costs”. What could otherwise be done with the investment or funding? 

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