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Posts filed under Naming Your Business

How to Trademark Your Business Name, Slogan Or Logo

Identity theft often happens in the business world. It occurs when someone makes a shoddy knockoff of your product and tries to pass their goods off as if they were yours. Traditionally, one of the only ways to protect your company’s name, slogan, or logo has been to get a trademark for each of them…. (read more)

Trademark Search

A trademark is a unique name, word, phrase, logo, symbol, design, image or a combination of these elements that uniquely identifies your product or service to your customers and distinguishes you from your competitors. By registering your trademark, you provide your company, your product and your services with government protection that are part of the… (read more)

Interesting Details on Registering a Company Name

A Companies House is a registry office where all business establishments that fall in the category of a limited entity are incorporated. The process can be quite fast due to the modern formation ease that is aided by intermediate agencies as well as the migration of the documentation part of registry offices into the electronic… (read more)