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Agility IP Law


Agility IP Law was a startup Silicon Valley law firm specializing in intellectual property, patent, copyright, trademark and associated legal services. Founded by attorney-at-law Jim Otteson, Agility IP Law tailored their services to become an elite legal resource serving the technology and telecommunication industry.


The firm was built on responsive, fast-paced, collaborative culture and positioned themselves on the cutting edge of IP Law. With an international roster of clients, the startup brought together an established legal team known for high-profile cases.


Agility IP Law scaled quickly - expanding staff and caseload exponentially within the first nine months. The firm was bought out by a leading IP Law provider in the bay area within a few years of it’s launch.


Agility IP Law engaged Nicknox Communications as a Fractional CMO to guide a corporate naming exercise, competitive benchmarking, brand development and go-to-market strategy in support of this new startup. In this capacity, Nicknox facilitated creative exploration to develop corporate identity, defined a corresponding brand package, firm positioning and digital presence.


 

ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Hi, I'm Nicole, the Nick behind Nicknox Communications.  For more than 30 years, I've brought uncommonly creative brand, marketing and communications strategies to life for organizations of all kinds.


I'm passionate about brand strategy, storytelling and fabulous creative. I also love to explore best practices in high EQ leadership, core values, relational marketing and resources + workflows that help creative teams bring their best to every project.


My areas of expertise include design thinking, personal brands, performing arts, HR, travel & entertainment, B2B, startup + launch strategy and many other delightful sectors.




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