Protecting your trademark (brand, logo or wordmark) is the most important investment that you can make. Customers associate your products or services with the name of your business, and this name distinguishes you from your competitors. Owning a trademark means that you—and only you—can use it for your products or services.
So what is a trademark? A trademark is anything, which distinguishes your products from the products of your competitor; it can be a logo, a word, a smell, a sound and even a gesture.
When you register your trade mark, you’ll be able to:
Here, in Bonamark, we can help you to register all the types of trademarks.
What you can and can't register
Your trade mark must be unique. It can include: words, sounds, logos, colours, a combination of any of these
Your trade mark can’t:
Check if your trade mark is already registered
You can order a trademark research before you send your application to check if anyone has already registered an identical or similar trade mark for the same or similar goods or services.
Unsure if your trademark can be registered?
Not all trademarks are equally strong, and only strong trademarks can be easily registered. Your trademark is your Intellectual Property. Advertisement adds value to your trademark. Your reputation and the quality of your products and services are associated with your trademark, which makes it an important asset of your business.
What is a strong trademark?
A strong trademark is a unique trademark that does not describe associated products or services.
The main rule is that the trademark should distinguish your products or services from other products and services.
What does this mean?
Our Trademark Research will help you determine whether or not your trademark is strong enough to be protected. We encourage you to order our trademark research to determine whether or not any similar trademarks already exist.
Can I obtain an international trademark?
It is important to understand that trademarks are territorial, which means that they are protected only in the countries in which they are registered.
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