How To Copyright My Business Plan – Episode 1 – Should I Copyright my Business Plan? – Part 2
Are you looking to keep your business idea protected? Are you thinking about copywriting a business plan in order to protect your business plan? In this episode you will learned that copyrighting a business plan might not be the best move for you if secrecy is the thing that you are worried most about. Business coach Clay Clark (former US Small Business Administration Entrepreneur of the Year) and attorney Wes Carter talk about the different options that you have when you were looking to protect your business idea. Clay Clark talked about and gives examples of several businesses where as soon as a product has hit the market, then other companies in China began immediately knocking it off. The reason why is because there are different ways that you can sidestep copyrights and trademarks. That is why you must rush a product to market as fast as possible and build momentum quickly. You must focus on the branding of your product or service. That means you must have a world-class website, world-class packaging, world-class customer experience, and anything that the customer interact with must be world-class. Wes Carter is a wealth of knowledge when it comes to legal advice, so make sure that if you have a specific question about your product or service, reach out to him at WintersKing.com. The whole point of the patent, trademark, or copyright is to protect other people from using your idea or items that you have spent a lot of time in developing. If you do not want competitors to use them, then you will need to do the appropriate steps in order to protect it legally. However with many of these legal protections, it will require you to make your idea for or service public. Check out this Business coach training video and many more on protecting your ideas on the website. Also, make sure that you come out for one of our business coach conferences that are hosted at the Thrive headquarters.