In 1991, Michel Lévy created a consulting firm, a new challenge after a career as founding director of an SME in the telecommunications sector with 60 employees, more than 40 patents registered and export development. This lead him to be appointed Foreign Trade Advisor for France.
After more than 20 years of this industrial activity, he sold his SME to use his experience to develop a new activity in France: the valorization of innovation.
He is then joined by his daughter Anne Lévy, a graduate of a leading business school. After a few years of activity, it was became clear to them that the valorization of innovation requires expertise in intellectual property.
Anne therefore returned to University and acquired the qualification of Intellectual Property Attorney and European Counsel.
In 2003, they bought the intellectual property attorney firm Office Blétry.
This saw the creation of a unique service offering in Europe: IP development consulting and Intellectual Property attorneys firm.
Today, the Brandon Group brings together the IP development consulting firm Brandon Valorisation and the Intellectual Property attorneys firm Brandon IP under a common brand.