Before we answer the question to do or not do intellectual property training, we feel it is best to define exactly what it is. A work or invention that is the result of creativity, such as a manuscript or a design, to which one has rights and for which one may apply for a patent, copyright, trademark, etc.
In Latin America and across the globe the use of the internet is expanding, and the potential in Latin America is getting larger each and every day. With this being said internet piracy will most likely increase at a large rate as well. The need to protect your property is becoming more important as technology advances.
The training services for Intellectual Property will become invaluable service to your company. It will discuss the steps to take at all levels of suspected piracy as well as the potential damage to your company if these issues are not handled appropriately.
After training on intellectual property rights there is an overwhelming response that the companies are completely satisfied with the training. You will have a better understanding of intellectual property and be able to better comprehend, analyze and evaluate your rights and enforce issues that may arise.
The simple answer to the question above is yes, you should have intellectual property training for your company. When it comes to protecting the ideas, designs, logos of your business there is nothing more valuable than this. If your ideas become compromised and you don’t know how to defend yourself from this piracy it could mean the end of the empire that you have built.