The 100-designer-mark is taken, now we’re heading for the next one. Tell your friends and collegues. This service is useful for every designer in the world.
Of course, local designers in Africa might not have much interest in being protected in Europe just like European designers are not focused on African design protection. But the truth is, that you might never know, when even the far away designer will be in need for Designprotection.com. One example:
A good designer in a foreign country on a different continent draws a fashion design, that is produced and shipped to European stores. She or he might not talk to a lawyer, expecting high cost of intellectual property protection in Europe. Instead, they can get European design protection for free. Let them know and you do help them.
Now, is it a problem, that Designprotection.com protects designs “only” in Europe? For those who can never ever get enough, it sure is. “Why should I protect my design there, if someone from Timbuktu can just take it anyhow?” they ask. Here is the reason:
99 out of 100 European designers will most likely never sell anything in Timbuktu just like in most other countries of the world. They are creating great designs for customers in their area. Maybe they have customers in a few surrounding countries, but those countries will also be part of Europe.
So what’s the problem if someone from Timbuktu uses your design without your permission? Does it hurt? No. Does it result in financial loss? No. Does it make you famous in places you have never been? Maybe. Does it help them? Yes.
Crying about regional limits of design protection is something you really shouldn’t practice. Stay focused on what you are doing and where your customers are. Thinking that way, Designprotection.com will most likely be very useful for you and most other designers.
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