Creative Barcode is committed to enabling fast, easy and ethical intellectual property practice, on a global basis.
The Creative Barcode IPR system assists creative firms, entrepreneurs and innovators to protect ideas, concepts and business models prior to formal trademark, design registration or patent application. We provide a safe, secure, and trusted disclosure and registration service that legally demonstrates ownership and original source.
Creative Barcode has users in over 30 Countries and has never been breached.
The system securely protects your creative, innovation and business concepts, visual and written, against theft, plagiarism, use without permission or any other misappropriations, whether digital or hard copy
It is quick and easy to register work and create your unique Digital IP Tags to apply to your images, documents, digital content, web sites, articles, lyrics or anything else you wish to remain accurately & formally attributed to.
And for safe sharing with third parties of IP Tagged concepts, ideas and proposals using our IP secure file transfer service is faster & easier than a Non-Disclosure Agreement. The send, receive and download of files are recorded and the acceptance of the trust charter creates a binding trust agreement.
Creative Barcode is supported and acknowledged by the World Intellectual Property Organisation (WIPO) and the British Library. Also see our FAQ's
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