What is IP and why is it important to startups?

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Mark Kingsley-Williams, Founder and CEO of Lawpanel discusses what every founder should know about Intellectual Property.

Trademarks, patents, design registrations, and copyright. These are the main pillars of Intellectual Property (IP). But what are they and why are they important for startup founders?

Mark, from Trade Mark Direct, runs an IP business and in this video gives a brief beginner’s guide.




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