Quest Patent Research Corp. (QPRC) is “One to Watch”

Creates shareholder value through investment and management interests in intellectual property assets, such as patents, trademarks, copyrights, novel inventions and trade secrets Provides shareholders the opportunity to participate across a broad portfolio of dynamic assets in the burgeoning intellectual property space Approach is based on proven methods for the evaluation, development and management of IP assets The Quest team brings a wealth of experience in strategic business management, intellectual property, finance and marketing

Quest Patent Research Corp. (OTCQB: QPRC) is a New York City-based intellectual property (IP) asset management firm operating through majority-owned and controlled operating subsidiaries to deliver financial, strategic and legal resources for IP monetization. Quest currently owns, controls or manages over 115 patents across 11 intellectual property portfolios (http://nnw.fm/F0jpD). The company generates revenues from patent licensing fees of its IP property portfolios and from licensed packaging sales.

Quest creates shareholder value through investment and management interests in intellectual property assets, such as patents, trademarks, copyrights, novel inventions and…

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