So, taking the lid off IP (Internet Protocol) addresses, may also confuse people with regard to IP (Intellectual property), but both are different and yet, play a strategic part in expanding your business’s trajectory in an upward direction.
But, how can you move forward with this in the current economic climate?
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An IP address stands for ‘Internet Protocol’.
What does this mean?
It refers to the unique number connected with the IP address that links to all of your business’s activities, similar to that of a parcel’s return label.
You cannot take your IP address with you when you move from place to place or venture to another country as it is all part of the ‘Internet Protocols’
Economics of Intellectual Property
Intellectual Property (IP) is a critical component governing a high percentage of economic policies. Many Government bodies face headaches, when deciding the design and structure of IP to serve specified objectives that fit new technologies, and the current changing business models.
Strategic Intellectual Property Management
The scope of business plans is not reliant on its commercial aspects, and incorporates all of its assets and resources to make the business viable.
A strong IP protection and management policy will ensure that business planning and IP are strongly connected.
An IP policy for your business is an essential element in your business plan, adding value to your venture, especially if your description within your plan capture this information. However, it may also deflect any interest from potential stakeholders.
Therefore, any IP information must be included in your business plans as clearly as possible.
IP ownership and protection policies inside your business need to be completely durable. There should be no doubt about the products or services either co-owned or owned by the company, in particular any assets that are under license with third parties.
You should also make revisions if this is not the case, as investors heavily focus on IP when considering business investments.
Business Strategies Post Brexit
Many businesses are now frantically wondering what will happen to their companies post-Brexit. The ongoing damaging effects of the Coronavirus Pandemic are a cause for concern, leaving many companies at breaking point.
Here are a few steps to a post-Brexit strategy to keep your businesses buoyant and moving forward:
- Develop a course of actions that can float and are unsinkable.
- Rethink your global footprint.
- Embrace diversity and different perspectives within your company.
- Choose your words wisely and lead at a level of transparency so that nothing is missed.
- Develop a foreign company policy.
- Turn any signs of antipathy in your business into a source of building forward momentum to propel your business forward.
Business strategies need to progress in line with new technologies, and the current constraints of the Coronavirus Pandemic. Essentially leading to businesses rebuilding and recovering from any losses.
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