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Why Trade Marks Are Important for Business

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Consumers encounter trade marks every day. Every good or service that they use has a trade mark attached to it, from their internet provider to the pen...

5 Common Trade Marks Myths

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A trade mark is how a business distinguishes itself in the market. Common forms of trade marks are a business’:

What to Think About When Creating a Logo

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A logo is a vital part of a company’s success. The rise of technology, social media and digital advertising means that businesses are more visible than...

How to Protect Your Brand as a Business Owner

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Trusting a brand is important to consumers. Building a reliable and trustworthy brand requires significant commitment and protecting this branding is ...

Should I Trade Mark My E-Commerce Business Name?

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If you have developed an e-commerce business with a new and unique name, you should consider trade marking that name. A trade mark will grant you exclusive...

7 Advantages of Trade Mark Registration

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If you’re in business, chances are you have (or should have) at least one trade mark. A trade mark is any sign that you use to distinguish your products...

What Cannot Be Trade Marked?

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Protecting a new brand or product with a trade mark is a high priority for all businesses. Developing a name which suits you best requires a lot of work,...

What is the Trade Mark Registration Process?

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Registering a trade mark is often a first priority when starting a business or releasing a new product. The process can be difficult to navigate, especially...

Why Are Trade Marks Important?

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A trade mark is a unique name, logo, slogan or a combination of them that acts as a badge of origin for your goods or services. It also distinguishes your...

Why You Should Be Monitoring Your Trade Mark

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Trade marks protect your intellectual property (IP), including your brand, logo or slogan, which are extremely valuable business assets. Registering a...

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