You Need an Intellectual Property Strategy

Coles, Jim
September 2006
Indiana Business Magazine;Sep2006, Vol. 50 Issue 9, p78
The article provides information regarding the importance of intellectual property protection. The objective in developing a strategy to protect intellectual property is for commercial exploitation. Among the reasons for exploiting intellectual property is to increase revenue through competitive advantage and to increase recognition of products in the marketplace.


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