5 Things Entrepreneurs Should Know About Intellectual Property
Critical Steps to Turn Your Innovation into Profits
Learn the five critical things every entrepreneur and small business owner must know in order to ensure your knowledge, ideas, and innovations have the opportunity to transform into valuable business assets that drive profits.
What You'll Learn
- How intellectual property adds value to your business
- How trademarks increase brand value and profits
- How copyrights ensure you (and only you) profit from your original work
- How patents drive revenue for your inventions
- How trade secrets enable you to generate profits from your ideas and intelligence
Intellectual property gives your business a significant competitive advantage, but only if you protect it and enforce it!
Enroll and Get 2 FREE Bonuses
When you enroll in 5 Things Entrepreneurs Should Know about Intellectual Property, you'll automatically receive two free bonuses that you can use immediately to implement what you've learned in the course.
Your first bonus is a Copyrights for Entrepreneurs Visualization. Use the visualization to determine whether or not you can use an image in your marketing materials, blog, website, ads, and so on. Don't risk infringing on someone else's copyright! It could cause very big and very expensive trouble for you and your business.
Your second bonus is a Copyrights Compliance Chart that you can use to keep track of the images, audio, video, and other original works that you use but don't own in your materials, blog, website, ads, and more.If you're ever accused of copyright infringement, you'll have a paper trail that documents your usage.
Kelley Keller is a 20-year veteran of the intellectual property law field with experience helping businesses of all sizes (including many household brands) identify, manage, and protect their trademarks, copyrights, patents, and trade secrets.
Kelley’s personable nature and ability to explain complex legal issues in simple terms set her apart from most attorneys. She is relentless in educating business owners so they set their businesses up to mitigate risks and open the doors to new opportunities.
Through her educational website, KelleyKeller.com, Kelley offers education to established businesses, startups, entrepreneurs, corporate executives, non-profits, government agencies, legal professionals, and students about starting and growing a business as well as about IP, social media law, and the importance of protecting valuable brand assets and creative work.