29.04.2014

Nurturing Ideas

Article in The Trademark Lawyer Magazine

 

Protecting an idea is nurturing an idea. In this article Paul Hughes highlights how the copyright and registration of ideas is an important part of the creative process, not the end of a creative process. Paul believes that every idea should have a ‘birth certificate’.

 

Paul Hughes is an Ambassador for CC Proof – the easiest and most efficient way to copyright your ideas. 

 

Registering an idea is protecting an idea. Protecting an idea is nurturing an idea. When ideas are created they are often fragile and they need time to be worked out, developed, and matured. Protecting an idea gives the idea time to be nurtured. In this way Paul Hughes believes that the protection of ideas becomes part of the creative process.

 

The act of protecting an idea is therefore not the end of the creative process but rather is an intrinsic part of it. Therefore the team at CC Proof have made the protection of ideas so easy that you can quickly and swiftly protect your ideas at any time during the creative process.

 

When an idea is protected early and easily, the creator then has the freedom to decide what they wish to do with it; the creator can develop the idea further, store the idea for sometime, or open it up and involve others in its co-creation. In this way protecting an idea is not only an intrinsic part of the creative process, it then also becomes the foundation for a collaborative process.

 

Paul Hughes is an Ambassador for CC Proof – the easiest and most efficient way to copyright your ideas. Join: www.ccproof.nl

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