When filing a trademark application in China, it is important to carefully consider the type of mark to be filed. Based on many cases in China, it appears that filing a logo or design mark may be riskier than filing a wordmark.
One small company based in the Netherlands, the prospect of expanding into the competitive US market was both exciting and daunting. They knew that their brand name was weak and feared that their trademark application would be rejected. That's when they turned to Bonamark for help.
A small business owner, passionate about his products and eager to expand his reach, dreams of bringing his brand to new markets overseas. But before he can do that, he needs to ensure that his trademark is protected in each new country he enters.
Here is a short article for the ones only starting a business. It's not about trademarks or Intellectual Property, but more about understanding that doing business is a long-term strategy.
An Australian entrepreneur in the dietary supplement niche approached us for advice on how to protect his business as he was preparing to launch his project. Bonamark conducted an Extensive Study in the USA, the European Union, Germany, and Japan.
A US-based company that produces and distributes window films recently discovered that their former distributors had stolen their trademark by registering it in Ukraine and Brazil without their authorization. What happened next is the best case scenario of how to get back a stolen trademark.