Image Courtesy: María 'tatica' Leandro via FlickrMy grandmother once told me that life without perspective leads you to have an unfulfilling life – always believing that the grass IS greener on the other side. The connection to IP? You. Our customers—from inventors and startups to small businesses and attorneys—continue to help us define and refine how Traklight can help you. Every time I meet someone new, they always ask me a new question that I've yet to be asked, helping me to consider an alternate perspective on intellectual property.

You've heard it a thousand times: 100% of businesses have intellectual property (IP). But we want to shake things up. We want to hear from you. Over the next couple of weeks, we're going to be accepting your submissions on your definition of intellectual property, and any examples you have of how it relates to your business, or simply your life.

The great thing about the line of work that I'm in: I get to learn from you! And in turn, I have the power to help others also learn from your perpective. 

Submissions can be emailed to me, Emily Ely, at Please include:

  1. Your name, position, company (or line of work)
  2. Your answer to: "How is intellectual property defined? To your business?" (examples appreciated).

Stay up to date with our blogs by subscribing and get all of your information and IP news straight to your Inbox.

Subscribe to the Traklight blog button