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Why does a PitchMark certificate come in handy when pitching your idea to a client?

When pitching an idea to a third party, an innovator is constantly concerned that their IP might get stolen. He/she might also be concerned about losing the contract or deal if he asks the third party to sign a time-consuming non-disclosure agreement. In this episode, PitchMark Founder Mark Laudi explains why a PitchMark Certificate can help you save time and safeguard your ideas.
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Mark Laudi

Mark Laudi

Press contact Managing Partner (+65) 6223 2249

Let your clients get the idea, without taking it.

PitchMark deters idea theft and provides you with options if it happens.

PitchMark protects the expression of your original concepts, designs, proposals, business plans, creative pitches, music - in short, any idea that you conceived and published, and claim as your own. It gives you peace-of-mind by signalling to whoever you share it with that you are its creator, and that you wish to be respected as such.

If you receive or evaluate ideas or pitches, join PitchMark as a sign of your commitment to respect the Intellectual Property rights of their creators. Attract more in-depth pitches from a wider range of sources. Highlight your PitchMark membership in your Sustainability or CSR Report.