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Top 5 - IP Tips for Influencers 


1) Protection - Try to obtain registered protection for your brand e.g. your name, logo, domain etc. If you have registered your trade mark, you can use the ®, if not registered, you can use TM. 


2) Content Ownership - If you create content, you should clarify in any agreement with the business that commissioned you that the ownership of any rights in the content belong to you.


3) Licences - Once you have ensured that you own the content in any agreement, the right to use the content can be granted through a licence (consider duration & usage).


4) Collaboration/partnerships - Influencers must be transparent about sponsored content and ensure that they do not breach advertising regulations (e.g. using #ad or #pr). 


5) Exclusivity - Many companies require a degree of exclusivity when working with influencers, which means you might not be able to work with any of their competitors. It is important to consider the duration of exclusivity and any impact on your brand. 




Crowdfunding is an increasingly popular method for a company to raise funds to get a new product off the ground. This is particularly prevalent for small businesses and start-ups within the lifestyle and wellness sectors. Successful crowdfunding has been seen in diverse areas such as tabletop gaming, comic books and virtual reality headsets. The potential for a company with its roots in crowdfunding can be extremely high, with the company Oculus starting from searching for a $250,000 investment on Kickstarter to eventually being bought out by Facebook for a figure in the billions.

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