What top 3 factors do food entrepreneurs do to become successful?
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- Justin’s Nut Butters
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- Love Grown Foods
- Kopali Organics
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Your idea or business may have undiscovered Intellectual Property (IP): trademarks, copyrights, patents, and trade secrets are IP. IP can be difficult to identify, and if you dont know what IP you have, it can be almost impossible to protect.
- Have you shared your secret recipe for success, whether that is an actual recipe, formula, approach or way of doing business-or another type of secret-with people outside your trusted circle without any protection?
- If you keep lists of customers and related information, do you limit the access to this information to those who truly need to know and protect this information with a password?
- Do you plan to present your ideas for your product or process to potential investors like bankers or venture capitalists in the future?
- Do you have a name or logo for your business that is unique and not yet registered, trademarked, or protected with a copyright?
- Do you have employees that have not signed agreements to keep your ideas secret?