Just because you purchase a logo or an app design from a freelancer doesn’t necessarily mean you own the rights to that work. Kunvay is a tool that people can use to transfer the copyright and intellectual property ownership of the creative work they purchase into their own names.
Transferring the copyright for any digital work can be done through three basic steps. Ask the freelancer who is doing work for your company to upload his completed projects to the Kunvay site. Once the logo, illustration, design, photo, or article has been uploaded, you’ll receive a notification from Kunvay inviting you to download and review the file before signing off on the project. When you click “Approve,” Kunvay will immediately transfer escrowed copyright and intellectual property ownership into your name. You can download the IP transfer documentation to your computer, to reference at a later date if your ownership of the files you’ve purchased ever comes into questions.
Kunvay is just as beneficial for freelancers as it is for the clients they’re doing business with. By using Kunvay, designers can protect their work and save money on contracts and other legal fees. Kunvay’s fees are always paid by the client, with IP transfer costs based on the number of files involved in a project.
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