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Intellectual Rights

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When a creative mind comes up an idea that can add more value to the humanity, so it is normal to seek an avenue where the original piece of the creativity will not hijacked or stolen by another person and the best way to go about it is by getting intellectual property rights.


A creative masterpiece could be useful in the field of science, arts, sports, and manufacturing or in the field of information technology. Therefore, intellectual property rights confers on the inventions a stamp of originality and cannot be easily duplicated by any other person or entity except an exclusive right to its usage is granted from the original source.
However, copyright owners can only enjoy some benefits of monopoly over there invention during its usage period. They enjoy exclusive opportunities to determine who benefits from the invention; this is a way of making them to profit from their efforts.

 

We have different type of intellectual property – such as copyrights, trademarks and patents.

Copyright – this is different type of intellectual property, it is covered by intellectual property law. Copyrights are acquired by article writers, novelists and other literary creators and they are granted for a specific period of time before it enters public domain. Copyright is solely under the control of intellectual property organization (IPO).  Monitoring and control of international copyright infringement is solely under the control of world trade organization (WTO) because all membership countries are expected to sign Trade related aspects of intellectual property right (TRIP).

 

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20 Things to do in 2013 to grow a small business

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Do you have your own business? You think it is still a small one, and you want to be famous and public and make international business. Do you want to grow it more and more? Here are the 20 things to do in 2013 to grow your small business. Let’s start to discuss each of them.

1- Spend more time in sales:

No one can do it except you as you are the owner and have all knowledge needed about your business. Anyone else will just be an employee.

2- Draw your goal:

Know what you want to do. Just to make money, just to satisfy yourself, or to grow up your business. The choice is up to you.

3- Be a niche player:

Do not try to be everything to everyone select a market and make contact with it to strength your build, process your products, and make your way to be the leader for this target market.

4- Do not lose patience:

If you started your business and do not gain any reward do not lose patience. Everything in its start will be difficult till you make your name in market then everything will be ok.

 

 


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How can a small business survive in 2013 market?

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Every year, business market become more aggressive; and to survive your own business in 2013 market; it depends on many factors. The main factor is how to make money to survive. To do it, you have to make a balance between incoming money and out coming expenses. Lots of small businesses owners get into troubles due to excessive loans; spending a lot of money in propaganda, or have many unneeded employees. However, after that they start to manage and find the balance and make it to their sides.

To the way of success, you will meet many obstacles. If you gain small profit in one year, it will influence your work; by cutting the unnecessary expenses, reducing loans, decreasing number of employees or decrease amount of money spent on other services of propaganda. You have to put a schedule for each customer, how much will you gain from him, how much will you spend to do his job and do not forget to calculate the average of money spent on advertising till you get this client. Also do not forget to count your clients at the end of every month.

 


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What to do if you feel bored in your own business

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Bored in your life, your business is not in a good state. If the answer is yes, I guess this can consume you; mentally and physically. It will stop your creativity and get you just more stress and pressure

Do you have your own business? Long time, working in it? Are you feeling bored and want to give up, you feel you are dying in it? Here is the solution; just follow these 10 steps and compare yourself and your business success before and after and you will be dazzled by the results:


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The 10 Most Interesting Startups of 2012

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Unlike years past, 2012 list of most ten most interesting start-up doesn't have a single service on the list that requires licenses record labels to operate. Instead, the best and most interesting music startups were the ones that serve artists, sell tickets and aid music discovery. Some, like Mobile Roadie and We Are Hunted, have been around for years and recently gained impressive momentum. Others, like StageIt and PledgeMusic, are transforming how artists interact with their fans.

Taylor Swift's 'Red' Album Rules at No. 1, Bruno Mars Debuts at No. 2
Taylor Swift continues to rule the roost on the Billboard 200 albums chart as "Red" stays steady at No. 1 with 208,000 sold according to Nielsen SoundScan (up 25%). It's the Big Machine album's fifth non-consecutive week at No. 1.

Business Matters: New Sirius XM CEO to Face New Set of Challenges
It's a new era for Sirius XM Radio. The company announced Wednesday that James E. Meyer has been named company's interim CEO, effective immediately, replacing Mel Karmazin. Sirius XM flourished under Karmazin's leadership. The next CEO will face a different set of challenges, including Pandora, Apple, iHeartRadio, Spotify and other options that will only elevate as 3G and 4G coverage increase around the country.

Jenni Rivera Memorial: How Were Artists, Execs Connected to Her?
Executives and celebrities gathered at the Gibson Amphitheatre to pay their respects to Jenni Rivera, the banda diva who died in a plane crash December 9. Artists in attendance at the crowded memorial included singers Gloria Trevi, Olga Tañón, Ana Gabriel, Marco Antonio Solís and Joan Sebastian, along with many music and television executives. All  had personal or professional ties to Rivera.

Billboard.Biz Readers' Survey Results, Part 1: Most Important Event of 2012
As part of our year-end special, we asked you, the audience three specific questions about 2012 – and we got dozens of thoughtful, intelligent, well-considered responses, from readers ranging from the president of RCA to a DJ we hadn't heard of until now. Rather than dropping all of that knowledge in one big pile, we’re publishing one group of responses -- the answers to one question -- per day for the next three days.

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