The infringer was then ‘forced’ to end the the infringement of my clients rights and consequently their business was closed down due to the fact that……Read More
Is your brand really safe without a registration? Are you leaving money on the table in your business? How would it feel to you, if your brand was stolen? Ponder these questions while reading this mini article…Read More
Imagine a baby laying in a cot smiling sweetly, this baby will be nursed and nurtured by its parent through its various stages of development and growth. A great deal of precious time will be spent on this little bundle of joy, time that the parent will never be able to reclaim.Read More
If you have ever considered writing a blog or a book, you might want to take note of this article of mine, because I am sharing what I learned from writing both more than 50 blogposts and a book. This might be of benefit to you if you have a book or a few blogposts lurking inside.
If you have ever considered using your personal name as your business’s name, also known as a trade mark, you’ll want to take note of this article.Read More
Often times when people start a business they tend to focus on their various business objectives and goals: the services, products, relationships, as well as the administrative and other internal business structures required to make their business efficient. Then after a while, the business name becomes connected with a certain type of product or service.Read More
(A trademark is more or less the same as a brand)
Trademarks are amongst the most valuable assets a company can be in possession of, and yet no-one is capable of determining how much a trademark really is worth or why.Read More
The point of a Trade- or Service mark (SM) is to allow your business to be distinguished, from that of other peoples businesses, by the consumers. You may well ask if anything can be converted into a Trademark. The short answer is no.Read More
Back in 2015, a study was conducted within the EU that demonstrated that those companies that protect their intellectual property rights *, generally have 29% higher revenue per employee, they have about six times as many employees, as well as those the fact that those companies pay 20% higher wages than companies that do not own intellectual property rights!
Finally I am the proud owner of a registered TRADE MARK!
Oh, I have waited for this moment for 12 months or close to it. First up was the name of my business: GRAND IPR, this was way longer ago though and I was helped by Chris Morrall when it came to deciding the name.
The reasons why GRAND IPR was chosen are:Read More