How Should You Prudently Protect Your Ideas Before Pitching Them?

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Your ideas for your products or services are your babies. They are often the culmination of your hard-earned ingenuity and hard work. You realistically believe in their success. Accordingly, you arrange a meeting with some companies and people to seek financial support. Nonetheless, to your chagrin and consternation, you realize your idea has been stolen. Then, the question arises how could you have protected such ideas intelligently and wisely in the first place? Let us thwart theft of your ideas in a marketplace of ideas.

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