8 February 2021 | Webinars | Article by Emily Powell
The Digital Dilemma Series - How To Sell Your Goods Online – The Legal Way: Intellectual Property
The second video from our Digital Dilemma series, covering everything you need to know about how to sell your goods online - the legal way.
This video provides you with an introduction to intellectual property and explains the reasons why it’s important to your business - with a particular focus on the arts and crafts sector. We discuss the different types of intellectual property, how they might arise in your business and the best means of protecting those rights. We provide you best practice and top tips to develop an IP strategy and protect your business’ intellectual property moving forward.
Protection of Intellectual Property
Our series of 4 videos and a live Q&A webinar covers everything you need to know about how to sell your goods online - the legal way. Watch our digital dilemma series, covering consumer terms and conditions, intellectual property, VAT and data protection.
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