Bio: Adam J. Bulakowski is a Principal Partner at ipCapital Group. Adam leads innovation and intellectual property (IP) engagements for a diverse range of clients, from venture-backed tech to Fortune 100 industrials, with the overarching goal of building enterprise value. Adam's focus areas include:
Prior to joining ipCapital Group in 2008, Adam worked in operating roles ranging from new product development to operations to marketing strategy at a Fortune 500 industrial, a Fortune 500 scientific equipment manufacturer, and a private instrumentation company. For example, Adam designed the electronics for a portable environmental monitor that received an R&D100 innovation award in 2004. Adam earned his MBA with Distinction from the Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth, where he was a Tuck Scholar. He earned his BS summa cum laude in Biomedical Engineering from Boston University, where he was a Presidential Scholar.
Selected Presentations & Articles
Adam Bulakowski, Principal Partner, is the author of "The VC’s playbook: Diligence essentials for technology-based IP". February 2017 <More>
Adam Bulakowski, Principal Partner, is the author of "Valuation of Public Equities, Including Alphabet, Amazon, Apple: Capital Market Pricing of Opaque Intangible Assets" August 2016 <More>
Yahoo Sale Highlights the Need for a Thoughtful IP Valuation Since Yahoo launched the sale of its core business and patent portfolio in February, questions have been raised regarding the value of non-operating assets. April 2016 <More>
Adam Bulakowski, Principal Partner, spoke on March 31st at the University of Connecticut with Doug Roth of Connecticut Innovations as distinguished guest lecturers in the Experiential Technology Entrepreneurship course. March 2016 <More>
Adam Bulakowski, Principal Partner, is the author of ""The Future of Banking Profits: Innovation Decisions for Retail and Commercial Banks"." January 2016 <More>