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Citing Struggling Economy, e-IP Waives all Fees for Online IP Marketplace
E-IP, a company started last year to create an online intellectual property marketplace, said this week that it has decided to waive all fees to list technologies available for licensing on its website.
The company said that there will no longer be listing fees, transaction fees, commissions, success fees, or any other fees to post technologies on its site, regardless of how many IP assets a customer wishes to list.

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