A trademark is your name on the market. Through it, consumers know that you are the source of the good or service they are looking to acquire. This is of great importance to traders nowadays as it prevents all products on the market from being homogenous in the consumer’s eye.
A Trade Mark can be any sign or a combination of signs, word/s including slogans, symbols, logos, or devices. Choosing an original Trade Mark at an early stage is vital. Many Trade Marks adopted cannot be registered as these may conflict with other registrations.
There are two types of trademarks we register:
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