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September 2016 Archives

Planning ahead for a service business

Talented Colorado residents may be able to start their own businesses through which they sell their services to others. Even if they are self-employed, it is still important for them to complete a business plan so that their business is likelier to succeed.

Job interviews and intellectual property

Many Colorado companies possess valuable intellectual property assets such as software code, patents, trademarks and copyrights vital for marketplace advantages. Interviewing job candidates or having employees lured away by competitors present two situations when intellectual property could be compromised by outsiders.

Good strategic planning involves the bigger picture

Many Colorado businesses are entering into their strategic planning phases for the upcoming year. These businesses can make their plans ones that are more effective, propelling them forward rather than only enjoying incremental growth.

Protecting business intellectual property rights

Intellectual property is governed by the state laws of Colorado and the federal laws of the United States. In the brand- and information-focused business world, many of a company's most valuable assets may fall into the intellectual property category. There are four types of intellectual property: patents, copyrights, trademarks and trade secrets.