Source3 identifies the trademark and copyright in any product available online, including properties associated with film and tv, corporations, automotive, gaming, toys, music, sports, fashion and celebrities. We have compiled a comprehensive database of high-value intellectual property underlying the $260B global licensing industry. Source3 helps brands and marketplaces monitor, manage and monetize licensable IP through services like IP recognition. 

IP Recognition and Licensing (IPR)

IP Recognition
  • Data and image matching identifies 3rd party IP in products and media
  • Extensive, granular data for majority of IP licensed for products and media
Scaled Licensing
  • Tools to connect marketplaces and thousands of brands for licensing and product authorization
  • In-house team of licensing experts for support and campaign management
Rights Management Infrastructure
  • Systems to manage complex licenses and businesses
  • Full service royalty reporting and payment administration

From the Source3 Blog

Rogue One: A Star Wars Story Follow-Up

Currently on its fourth week at the Box Office, Rogue One: A Star Wars Story is estimated to gross over $470m in domestic ticket sales alone. Needless to say, the latest installment of the beloved Star Wars franchise is a massive hit amongst movie goers. Last month, the Source3 data team looked at how the… Read More

Artwork created by Michelle Coffee.
Rogue One and its impact on User-Generated Products

Reminder: A long time ago, in a galaxy far, far away, the Source3 team explored Star Wars’ ownership history and discovered some amazing Star Wars fan-made goods. With Rogue One: A Star Wars Story making its theatrical debut this week, let’s take a novel approach to “reviewing” the movie. Below, we predict which characters will generate… Read More

Recognizing Branded IP In Online Marketplaces: A New Offering From Source3

The world is full of creative uses of branded IP. We set out to recognize, organize, and analyze them. There is a vast and fast expanding market in products created not by established brands or their licensees, but by individual sellers and makers.  The exploding handmade/craft market is the most obvious genre of these products… Read More