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You invest a lot in building your brand. Not just money in creating your logo and applying for trademark, but the hours of efforts into promoting your brand, making it recognized and synonymous to what your business stands for. Before you put this effort, you need to be sure it is in the right direction. Once you have put this effort, you need to ensure that a pirate is not reaping the benefits of your efforts. At The Trademark Search Company (TTSC), our aim is to let you focus on building the right brand by providing comprehensive TM search and monitoring services.
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All searches are completed 100% manually, not via computers.
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Read Interesting Insights about Trademark Search & Monitoring
Despite of the fact that a trademark search is the most vital and basic step while registering a trademark, still it is often ignored. While registering for a new trademark for your products that basically explains your thoughts and core marketing strategies, a trademark search must always be considered as relevant and must always be[…]
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A trademark is a mark, word, design or symbol that is used to identify the original source of a commodity or service. Filing for a trademark is not compulsory and under the Common Law Rules one has the liberty to do marketing of a commodity or service without having got it registered, still, when it[…]
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A soon to be emerging start-up often makes a very common mistake unintentionally- deciding upon name and brand of a company. Rather than straightaway registering a brand name just after decision, business minds behind a budding start-up should carefully conduct a trademark search so as to find out the viability of the name or mark[…]
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Prior to filing a trademark application, a simple question is asked, “Have you conducted a trademark search?” We know that this is the basic question, each company or an agent asks, but the point is that it is highly and equally important to know that your trademark is not confusingly similar to the other exiting[…]
A trademark is or can be a combination of a word, sign, symbol or a graphic which is used by a particular company to make it recognizable in the market. A mark associated with a particular service is referred to as the service mark. On the other hand a Trademark holds true for both marks[…]
A trademark is generally referred to as a “logo” or “brand”. It is used to differentiate products from different companies or more simply to make a company identifiable in the market by a short graphic representation. A trademark comes as a combination of phrases/ a word or words/ symbols/ diagrams. Trademarking a logo or brand[…]