Business | 17.12.2017

The imitation game: four ways to make copying work for you

Copying is… good, bad, predictable? Take your pick but I’m willing to bet your views about copying will be negative.

With information flowing more freely than ever, the chances for both accidental and intentional copying are also increased. Isn’t it time we changed our stance on this subject?

In my latest blog post, I consider ways to destigmatize copying in our tech-led world to drive collective innovation. Doing so will help both businesses and consumers.

To find out how copying can be a good thing, read the full article on LinkedIn: ‘The imitation game: four ways to make copying work for you’

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Elie Khouri
Chief Executive Officer at OMG