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78% of all business owners know almost nothing about trademarks and other Intellectual property and that little what they know is wrong in many cases.
Guides & Tips
If someone uses a brand identical to yours a lot of things can happen. First of all, they won't be happy if you are using a similar brand.
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What makes our service so good when it comes to protecting your trademarks. The value of our service is simply higher than that of anyone you could find and here's why:

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When you chose the countries of your interest, came up with a list of services and products and a Study showed that there are no conflicts you can start the process of applying for your trademark.

When you truly own a registered mark you can be sure that no one will come and register it forcing you to change your brand. You can focus on developing your business in confidence.

Registering your mark sounds easy. Like getting a domain name! You just pick it up on a website, check if it’s available, then hit “register” and within 10 minutes the name is yours. Brand registration works the same way, right? Well, actually no.

What's a trademark study aka search a.k.a. research aka availability search?

Check our short 1 minute video and learn in a minute.

​​​​​​​First of all, it’s not about how much you need to pay to get your trademark registered. It’s about how much your trademark costs if you decide to sell it and how to determine its selling price.

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The Madrid Agreement ( WIPO) – probably the first thing that comes to your mind when considering filing for an international trademark. And it's true that the majority of people think they may obtain global trademark protection using this system. However, first of all, not all countries are members of the Madrid Agreement.
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A complete guide to registering a trademark in India prepared by our local attorneys. Learn the types of registrable trademarks, the registration process and how to protect your trademark in India.

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