Crash Course in Trademark Law

“Have it your way.” “Coke Is It.” Trademarks used to be simple. The common use of the term described words or symbols used by companies for sales, advertising, marketing and other uses of their intellectual property and branding rights. You've established your brand and products, but have you gone through the necessary steps to protect these things legally? Here's a quick overview to protect your business trademarks.

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Leveraging a Virtual Assistant for Administrative Support

Get More Time to Work on Running Your Business With a Virtual Assistant

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Adopting a Flexible Work Schedule

How to Get the Most From a Non-Traditional Office Schedule

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Reassessing Your Business Model

The Importance of Reevaluating Your Business Plan

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How Do You Know When to Expand Your Business?

Running a small business is hard, stressful work. The U.S. Census Bureau says that while about 400,000 new businesses are being created annually, some 470,000 are closing. So you've made it—congratulations!

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Cloud Computing: Where in the Air is Right for your Business?

It is almost impossible these days to operate a business without delving into some aspect of cloud computing. You wouldn't think of opening a business today without tapping into the benefits and applications offered by the Internet, so why would you ignore a major resource like cloud computing? According to the Gartner Hype Cycle, which measures the commercial viability of information technology, cloud computing has reached a maturity that makes it viable for nearly any commercial use. Let's take a closer look at the technology and a few popular providers.

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Is Your Company Utilizing a BYOD (Bring Your Own Device) Policy?

Is Your Company Utilizing a BYOD (Bring Your Own Device) Policy?

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9 Tips for Traveling and Doing Business Abroad

The Importance of Being Prepared Before Conducting Business Transactions in Another Country

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Sales or Marketing: Which is Better for Your Startup?

Sales and marketing are keys to any business plan as they help introduce the business to new markets and customers. Some startups, however, benefit more from either a sales- or marketing-driven mindset – and that really depends on the type of business.

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How to Outsource Creative Work to a Marketing Vendor

Tips on How to Effectively Manage an Outside Vendor

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5 Tips on Preparing Your Business for the Future

Steps to Ensure the Long-term Success of Your Business

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How to Attract Experienced Managers to Your Startup

The Importance of Seasoned Professionals in the Early Startup Phases

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