Prevent intellectual property theft

If you are planning what you regard as a unique event, are the details of its execution confidential?

If you are responding to a request for proposal for planning services, would you be happy if the prospective client used your ideas but selected another planner to implement them?

In either case, do you know what steps to take to prevent your ideas from being ripped off?

Ideas are an important form of intellectual property and should be carefully safeguarded so that co

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