TRADEMARK REGISTRATION for only R1,950.00
name or logo search included
| If you don't have a great brand name yet, what are you waiting for?|
- Our free preliminary trademark search is done on the official database of CIPC, the registry of trademarks in South Africa.
- This is the first step to quickly assess whether your proposed trademark might be available for registration.
- Even if your proposed trademark does not appear on the list we will send you, the results should never be used for registration purposes.
- An in-depth search is the cornerstone of your trademark. A multi - database, comprehensive search is included in our trademark registration fees.
- Free comprehensive trademark search included in our deals - (tip: don't use basic search results for registration purposes)
- Our trademark searches comply with industry standards.
- Preparation and filing of trademark applications by qualified trademark attorneys.
- All for R1,950.00 inclusive per word mark or logo.
- Personalised quotes to suit your needs and budget.
- Renewal of trademarks at only R875.00 per trademark.
- International trademark registration at unbeatable prices!
- We believe that every trademark is unique. Choose one of our package deals or we will give you a tailor-made quote for your individual needs.
- If our package deals don't fit, we will assess your needs in full and help you to decide the best course of action for your requirements.
- Ultimately, you decide the extent of the protection you want. If you have budget restrictions, look to trademark at least your word mark in one class.
- We will provide you with the best possible advice to get the most from your trademark investment. Register a trademark today!
- A trademark identifies the goods and / or services of the owner of the mark. It provides protection to the owner of the mark by ensuring exclusive rights to use it to identify goods or services, or to authorize another to use it in return for payment.
- A trade mark may consist of words, numerals, drawings, signs, symbols, colours or combinations thereof.
- Your trademark can be a brand name, a slogan, a logo or a specific shape or a combination thereof, for example:...more
- You will get the exclusive rights to use your trademark in respect of the goods or services for which it was registered. This will prevent unauthorised use of your trademark...more
- You need to determine whether another business is already using a trademark that’s identical or similar to the one you want to use to ensure that you won’t violate someone else’s trademark rights.
- A basic trademark search only serves the purpose of checking if your proposed trademark already exists. It should never be used for trademark registration purposes.
- Beware of trademark search providers who do not send you the trademark search results - in all likelihood all they did was a basic search...more
- Trademark registration in South Africa lasts 10 years, after which you must renew your trademark registration. The 10 years are counted from the day of ...more
- Choosing a trademark that uses descriptive words of your business may not be effective enough to distinguish your brand name from another business.
- Combining a word with a graphic element is a clever way to make your trademark distinguishable and unique.
- Keep these 10 rules of thumb in mind when deciding upon your trademark:
- Do not copy! In the long run this may be expensive if you are asked to withdraw your trademark...more
- We have teamed up with a network of skilled professionals found around the world and can now offer you very low prices on all trademark services in more than 80 countries ...more
Do I Need to Trademark My Company Name?--- Yes! If you have not trademarked your company name yet, it could cost you a lot of money to protect in the future or you might even lose the rights to use it. Say your trademark is YARIS and your company is called TOYOTA. If you didn't trademark TOYOTA, anyone can file a trademark for TOYOTA. Now you have a predicament and possibly a huge legal bill to fight off the infringer.