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If you are developing a product, such as a new tool or app, you should consider securing the intellectual property (IP) in your product. Patent, design and trade mark registrations are different rights for securing the IP in your product’s functionality, appearance and brand (e.g. name or logo), and are important assets to any successful business.

Securing your IP provides a competitive edge. By securing your IP, you have enforceable rights that you can use to stop competitors from copying your product’s functionality, appearance, or brand. Each IP right has its own duration of protection. A standard patent for example provides an exclusive monopoly of 20 years.

You are more likely to be successful in obtaining funding from potential investors if your IP is secured. Also, similar to other assets, IP rights can be licensed or sold.

IP rights can be used to maintain your competitive edge. The revenue generated from the exclusive monopoly over your product can be used for funding other research and development opportunities, and drive the generation of new IP. A proper IP strategy can therefore keep you well ahead of your competition.

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If you are developing a product, such as a new tool or app, you should consider securing the intellectual property (IP) in your product. Patent, design and trade mark registrations are different rights for securing the IP in your product’s functionality, appearance and brand (e.g. name or logo), and are important assets to any successful business.

Securing your IP provides a competitive edge. By securing your IP, you have enforceable rights that you can use to stop competitors from copying your product’s functionality, appearance, or brand. Each IP right has its own duration of protection. A standard patent for example provides an exclusive monopoly of 20 years.

You are more likely to be successful in obtaining funding from potential investors if your IP is secured. Also, similar to other assets, IP rights can be licensed or sold.

IP rights can be used to maintain your competitive edge. The revenue generated from the exclusive monopoly over your product can be used for funding other research and development opportunities, and drive the generation of new IP. A proper IP strategy can therefore keep you well ahead of your competition.

For more information on the value of registering a patent, design or trade mark, please visit:
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If you are developing a product, such as a new tool or app, you should consider securing the intellectual property (IP) in your product. Patent, design and trade mark registrations are different rights for securing the IP in your product’s functionality, appearance and brand (e.g. name or logo), and are important assets to any successful business.

Securing your IP provides a competitive edge. By securing your IP, you have enforceable rights that you can use to stop competitors from copying your product’s functionality, appearance, or brand. Each IP right has its own duration of protection. A standard patent for example provides an exclusive monopoly of 20 years.

You are more likely to be successful in obtaining funding from potential investors if your IP is secured. Also, similar to other assets, IP rights can be licensed or sold.

IP rights can be used to maintain your competitive edge. The revenue generated from the exclusive monopoly over your product can be used for funding other research and development opportunities, and drive the generation of new IP. A proper IP strategy can therefore keep you well ahead of your competition.

For more information on the value of registering a patent, design or trade mark, please visit:
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If you are developing a product, such as a new tool or app, you should consider securing the intellectual property (IP) in your product. Patent, design and trade mark registrations are different rights for securing the IP in your product’s functionality, appearance and brand (e.g. name or logo), and are important assets to any successful business.

Securing your IP provides a competitive edge. By securing your IP, you have enforceable rights that you can use to stop competitors from copying your product’s functionality, appearance, or brand. Each IP right has its own duration of protection. A standard patent for example provides an exclusive monopoly of 20 years.

You are more likely to be successful in obtaining funding from potential investors if your IP is secured. Also, similar to other assets, IP rights can be licensed or sold.

IP rights can be used to maintain your competitive edge. The revenue generated from the exclusive monopoly over your product can be used for funding other research and development opportunities, and drive the generation of new IP. A proper IP strategy can therefore keep you well ahead of your competition.

For more information on the value of registering a patent, design or trade mark, please visit:
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If you are developing a product, such as a new tool or app, you should consider securing the intellectual property (IP) in your product. Patent, design and trade mark registrations are different rights for securing the IP in your product’s functionality, appearance and brand (e.g. name or logo), and are important assets to any successful business.

Securing your IP provides a competitive edge. By securing your IP, you have enforceable rights that you can use to stop competitors from copying your product’s functionality, appearance, or brand. Each IP right has its own duration of protection. A standard patent for example provides an exclusive monopoly of 20 years.

You are more likely to be successful in obtaining funding from potential investors if your IP is secured. Also, similar to other assets, IP rights can be licensed or sold.

IP rights can be used to maintain your competitive edge. The revenue generated from the exclusive monopoly over your product can be used for funding other research and development opportunities, and drive the generation of new IP. A proper IP strategy can therefore keep you well ahead of your competition.

For more information on the value of registering a patent, design or trade mark, please visit:
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If you are developing a product, such as a new tool or app, you should consider securing the intellectual property (IP) in your product. Patent, design and trade mark registrations are different rights for securing the IP in your product’s functionality, appearance and brand (e.g. name or logo), and are important assets to any successful business.

Securing your IP provides a competitive edge. By securing your IP, you have enforceable rights that you can use to stop competitors from copying your product’s functionality, appearance, or brand. Each IP right has its own duration of protection. A standard patent for example provides an exclusive monopoly of 20 years.

You are more likely to be successful in obtaining funding from potential investors if your IP is secured. Also, similar to other assets, IP rights can be licensed or sold.

IP rights can be used to maintain your competitive edge. The revenue generated from the exclusive monopoly over your product can be used for funding other research and development opportunities, and drive the generation of new IP. A proper IP strategy can therefore keep you well ahead of your competition.

For more information on the value of registering a patent, design or trade mark, please visit:
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If you are developing a product, such as a new tool or app, you should consider securing the intellectual property (IP) in your product. Patent, design and trade mark registrations are different rights for securing the IP in your product’s functionality, appearance and brand (e.g. name or logo), and are important assets to any successful business.

Securing your IP provides a competitive edge. By securing your IP, you have enforceable rights that you can use to stop competitors from copying your product’s functionality, appearance, or brand. Each IP right has its own duration of protection. A standard patent for example provides an exclusive monopoly of 20 years.

You are more likely to be successful in obtaining funding from potential investors if your IP is secured. Also, similar to other assets, IP rights can be licensed or sold.

IP rights can be used to maintain your competitive edge. The revenue generated from the exclusive monopoly over your product can be used for funding other research and development opportunities, and drive the generation of new IP. A proper IP strategy can therefore keep you well ahead of your competition.

For more information on the value of registering a patent, design or trade mark, please visit:
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If you are developing a product, such as a new tool or app, you should consider securing the intellectual property (IP) in your product. Patent, design and trade mark registrations are different rights for securing the IP in your product’s functionality, appearance and brand (e.g. name or logo), and are important assets to any successful business.

Securing your IP provides a competitive edge. By securing your IP, you have enforceable rights that you can use to stop competitors from copying your product’s functionality, appearance, or brand. Each IP right has its own duration of protection. A standard patent for example provides an exclusive monopoly of 20 years.

You are more likely to be successful in obtaining funding from potential investors if your IP is secured. Also, similar to other assets, IP rights can be licensed or sold.

IP rights can be used to maintain your competitive edge. The revenue generated from the exclusive monopoly over your product can be used for funding other research and development opportunities, and drive the generation of new IP. A proper IP strategy can therefore keep you well ahead of your competition.

For more information on the value of registering a patent, design or trade mark, please visit:
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If you are developing a product, such as a new tool or app, you should consider securing the intellectual property (IP) in your product. Patent, design and trade mark registrations are different rights for securing the IP in your product’s functionality, appearance and brand (e.g. name or logo), and are important assets to any successful business.

Securing your IP provides a competitive edge. By securing your IP, you have enforceable rights that you can use to stop competitors from copying your product’s functionality, appearance, or brand. Each IP right has its own duration of protection. A standard patent for example provides an exclusive monopoly of 20 years.

You are more likely to be successful in obtaining funding from potential investors if your IP is secured. Also, similar to other assets, IP rights can be licensed or sold.

IP rights can be used to maintain your competitive edge. The revenue generated from the exclusive monopoly over your product can be used for funding other research and development opportunities, and drive the generation of new IP. A proper IP strategy can therefore keep you well ahead of your competition.

For more information on the value of registering a patent, design or trade mark, please visit:
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If you are developing a product, such as a new tool or app, you should consider securing the intellectual property (IP) in your product. Patent, design and trade mark registrations are different rights for securing the IP in your product’s functionality, appearance and brand (e.g. name or logo), and are important assets to any successful business.

Securing your IP provides a competitive edge. By securing your IP, you have enforceable rights that you can use to stop competitors from copying your product’s functionality, appearance, or brand. Each IP right has its own duration of protection. A standard patent for example provides an exclusive monopoly of 20 years.

You are more likely to be successful in obtaining funding from potential investors if your IP is secured. Also, similar to other assets, IP rights can be licensed or sold.

IP rights can be used to maintain your competitive edge. The revenue generated from the exclusive monopoly over your product can be used for funding other research and development opportunities, and drive the generation of new IP. A proper IP strategy can therefore keep you well ahead of your competition.

For more information on the value of registering a patent, design or trade mark, please visit:
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If you are developing a product, such as a new tool or app, you should consider securing the intellectual property (IP) in your product. Patent, design and trade mark registrations are different rights for securing the IP in your product’s functionality, appearance and brand (e.g. name or logo), and are important assets to any successful business.

Securing your IP provides a competitive edge. By securing your IP, you have enforceable rights that you can use to stop competitors from copying your product’s functionality, appearance, or brand. Each IP right has its own duration of protection. A standard patent for example provides an exclusive monopoly of 20 years.

You are more likely to be successful in obtaining funding from potential investors if your IP is secured. Also, similar to other assets, IP rights can be licensed or sold.

IP rights can be used to maintain your competitive edge. The revenue generated from the exclusive monopoly over your product can be used for funding other research and development opportunities, and drive the generation of new IP. A proper IP strategy can therefore keep you well ahead of your competition.

For more information on the value of registering a patent, design or trade mark, please visit:
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If you are developing a product, such as a new tool or app, you should consider securing the intellectual property (IP) in your product. Patent, design and trade mark registrations are different rights for securing the IP in your product’s functionality, appearance and brand (e.g. name or logo), and are important assets to any successful business.

Securing your IP provides a competitive edge. By securing your IP, you have enforceable rights that you can use to stop competitors from copying your product’s functionality, appearance, or brand. Each IP right has its own duration of protection. A standard patent for example provides an exclusive monopoly of 20 years.

You are more likely to be successful in obtaining funding from potential investors if your IP is secured. Also, similar to other assets, IP rights can be licensed or sold.

IP rights can be used to maintain your competitive edge. The revenue generated from the exclusive monopoly over your product can be used for funding other research and development opportunities, and drive the generation of new IP. A proper IP strategy can therefore keep you well ahead of your competition.

For more information on the value of registering a patent, design or trade mark, please visit:
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If you are developing a product, such as a new tool or app, you should consider securing the intellectual property (IP) in your product. Patent, design and trade mark registrations are different rights for securing the IP in your product’s functionality, appearance and brand (e.g. name or logo), and are important assets to any successful business.

Securing your IP provides a competitive edge. By securing your IP, you have enforceable rights that you can use to stop competitors from copying your product’s functionality, appearance, or brand. Each IP right has its own duration of protection. A standard patent for example provides an exclusive monopoly of 20 years.

You are more likely to be successful in obtaining funding from potential investors if your IP is secured. Also, similar to other assets, IP rights can be licensed or sold.

IP rights can be used to maintain your competitive edge. The revenue generated from the exclusive monopoly over your product can be used for funding other research and development opportunities, and drive the generation of new IP. A proper IP strategy can therefore keep you well ahead of your competition.

For more information on the value of registering a patent, design or trade mark, please visit:
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If you are developing a product, such as a new tool or app, you should consider securing the intellectual property (IP) in your product. Patent, design and trade mark registrations are different rights for securing the IP in your product’s functionality, appearance and brand (e.g. name or logo), and are important assets to any successful business.

Securing your IP provides a competitive edge. By securing your IP, you have enforceable rights that you can use to stop competitors from copying your product’s functionality, appearance, or brand. Each IP right has its own duration of protection. A standard patent for example provides an exclusive monopoly of 20 years.

You are more likely to be successful in obtaining funding from potential investors if your IP is secured. Also, similar to other assets, IP rights can be licensed or sold.

IP rights can be used to maintain your competitive edge. The revenue generated from the exclusive monopoly over your product can be used for funding other research and development opportunities, and drive the generation of new IP. A proper IP strategy can therefore keep you well ahead of your competition.

For more information on the value of registering a patent, design or trade mark, please visit:
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If you are developing a product, such as a new tool or app, you should consider securing the intellectual property (IP) in your product. Patent, design and trade mark registrations are different rights for securing the IP in your product’s functionality, appearance and brand (e.g. name or logo), and are important assets to any successful business.

Securing your IP provides a competitive edge. By securing your IP, you have enforceable rights that you can use to stop competitors from copying your product’s functionality, appearance, or brand. Each IP right has its own duration of protection. A standard patent for example provides an exclusive monopoly of 20 years.

You are more likely to be successful in obtaining funding from potential investors if your IP is secured. Also, similar to other assets, IP rights can be licensed or sold.

IP rights can be used to maintain your competitive edge. The revenue generated from the exclusive monopoly over your product can be used for funding other research and development opportunities, and drive the generation of new IP. A proper IP strategy can therefore keep you well ahead of your competition.

For more information on the value of registering a patent, design or trade mark, please visit:
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If you are developing a product, such as a new tool or app, you should consider securing the intellectual property (IP) in your product. Patent, design and trade mark registrations are different rights for securing the IP in your product’s functionality, appearance and brand (e.g. name or logo), and are important assets to any successful business.

Securing your IP provides a competitive edge. By securing your IP, you have enforceable rights that you can use to stop competitors from copying your product’s functionality, appearance, or brand. Each IP right has its own duration of protection. A standard patent for example provides an exclusive monopoly of 20 years.

You are more likely to be successful in obtaining funding from potential investors if your IP is secured. Also, similar to other assets, IP rights can be licensed or sold.

IP rights can be used to maintain your competitive edge. The revenue generated from the exclusive monopoly over your product can be used for funding other research and development opportunities, and drive the generation of new IP. A proper IP strategy can therefore keep you well ahead of your competition.

For more information on the value of registering a patent, design or trade mark, please visit:
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