Inventing is not something everyone does, but it’s something everyone wants to take credit for. Here’s why patenting your invention is a good idea.
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Does your business have the policies, procedures, and personnel emplace to withstand the impact of IP theft and overall security breaches?
History is rife with nightmarish stories of stolen ideas that keep entrepreneurs up at night.
Steve Blank, a Silicon Valley entrepreneur-turned-professor with over two decades of experience, has over the course of his career founded or worked within eight different startups. And in that time, he’s lived through every entrepreneur’s worst nightmare: he had his ideas stolen. Twice.
In the end, your business’s individual expertise and knowledge of your industry are what makes your product valuable — and that cannot be copied.
What differentiates those who do have the bones of an inventor from us regular people? See if you’ve got what it takes to invent.
A common misconception plaguing entrepreneurs today is this: the terms “innovation”…
What licensing lessons can you learn from Trump to extend your own brand? Like his signature hairstyle, there’s some major do’s and don’ts to take from The Donald.
Interestingly enough, your brand story is only as compelling as the legal framework used to hold it all up.
People will always try to imitate good original work, but knowledge of how to use federal copyright protection and trade dress is a powerful tool.