Trademark registration falls under the scope of Intellectual Property (IP) Law and covers a wide variety of creations, offering protection against unfair competition, which might be riding on the back of your brand success.
In the modern business world, with fast moving media and marketing, your branding is at the forefront of the image your business projects, be you an individual or company. Competition to gain clients or customers in international markets is standard practice especially in specialist fields, but there are laws in place to prevent others infringing your rights by imitation. Your brand is a valuable asset, by protecting your rights, you can potentially add great value to it and preserve your hard earned reputation.
Which Jurisdiction Do You Require?
Registration is for companies who are not intending on operating outside of England, Wales, Northern Ireland, or the Isle of Man. Kiribati, also has an agreement with the UK for certain trademarks.
A European Community Trade Mark, which is also known as a CTM, includes registration in 28 Countries in the EU. Offering one of the best value for money options, if you are looking to trade within Europe.
Trademark Registration Internationally, can be very beneficial not only protecting your brand in your areas of operation, but Globally with expansion in mind. Our International IP Trademark Services are not only offered by agents and IP Lawyers in countries which have signed up to the Madrid Protocol and, or the Madrid Agreement, but extend well beyond this scope.
Your Trademark Requirements
Forex Creators can assist with your brand or trademark protection and registration, with a network of experienced professionals, who have specialist knowledge in International Intellectual Property Law, all with well established relationships with International IP registry agents. Offering assistance in strategy and categorisation, in Trademark registration in more than 150 countries.
It is also important to note that registering a Domain or Company Name does not automatically afford you any intellectual property rights or protection.
By registering the rights to your intellectual property, you are given exclusive rights to it in every county within which you register, be it a trademark, a patent or copyright. It is critical that you choose the correct jurisdiction, this should be in the country or countries where you intend to use it.