3 Ways to Protect your Business

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Editor’s Note: Here at Dispatches, we are always looking for ways to help our readers do things. For some of our readers, that means helping navigate the working world, for others, it means assisting in the ever challenging question,what’s for dinner?” For still others, it means figuring out how to balance family life with everything else. In an effort to aid in all of these endeavors, we have collaborated on this article written specifically for our readers. 

These three oft overlooked aspects of running a business are applicable for everyone from solopreneurs to larger organizations. If the cost of pursuing these options seems large, consider some of these cost saving suggestions first. 

  1. Patenting
    The most important asset your business has is the ideas it relies upon. The fact is, without those, there is little way for you to do business at all. If you are keen to protect your business a make sure you are protecting the ideas behind it. Patenting can be affordable. When you patent a product, you ensure that no one else can use it in the same way. This is one of the most important forms of intellectual protection for a business. 
  2. Legal Representation
    One of the most sensible ways to invest in your business (aside from a good accountant!) is to help keep your business protected against legal cases. It is a good idea to seek legal representation early on in your business life. Professional representation and advice from firm such as Erik Johnson Law or a local lawyer will help give you peace of mind.
  3. Security
    If you’ve graduated from a home office and are renting a space, make sure you’ve thought through protecting location and if applicable any employees. You should consider installing security cameras or other security systems. The systems and cameras don’t have to be exorbitantly expensive to protect your business.
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