The Chinese market has many opportunities but also presents some risks. This co-led session focuses on how to protect your brand. The webinar includes an overview of China’s organic market, and IPR environment especially in the F&B sector. We cover China’s IPR enforcement system, including the most recent regulations and classifications. Participants learn how to register the brand, including steps to take, estimated timeline and cost, and tips on how to choose Chinese trademark names. For questions, please contact Monique Marez at [email protected]
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Shanghai LvSheng Intellectual Property Agency Co.,Ltd Address:No. 132, No. 83, West Third Ring Road, Huanhu, Pudong New Area, Shanghai City ,zip code: 201306 TEL: +0086-21-31039029 Mobile: +0086-13311883166 Whatsapp:+008613311883166 Email : [email protected] Our business scope: Trademark registration Chinese Trademark Registration Hong Kong, Macao and Taiwan trademark registration Madrid Trademark Registration Registration of Trademarks in the United States of America International Trademark Registration Company Registration Shanghai company registration US company registration British company registration Hong Kong company registration Australian company registration Offshore Company Registration Trademark Review Review of trademark opposition Renewal of trade mark Patent copyright application Well - known trademark application Well - known trademark application Do annual accounts, bar code for Shanghai company annual review Annual Review of Offshore Company Offshore Account Opening Transfer of the acquisition Financial accounting agent Domestic and international bar code applications Offices Overseas UK, USA, Canada, Australia, France, Germany, Hong Kong, Macau, Dubai, Malaysia, Thailand, Switzerland, Spain, Italy, Norway, Denmark, Russia, Chile, Brazil
China is emerging as a global Intellectual Property (IP) leader and enforcer. As such it is the responsibility of any business owner to register their IP in China in a timely fashion before any IP hijacker or squatter can. Before you begin your internet searches, content downloads, register a Wechat account, conduct social media networking and marketing, joining local or even foreign trade shows, local networking events or even on the ground investigations and due diligence REGISTER YOUR IP. If you do not you are openly making it easy for any local Chinese company to hijack or steal your trademark and/or patent.
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Registering for a trademark in China is becoming increasingly important for U.S. businesses. I’m urging all clients to register their trademark in China as soon as possible if they are considering doing business internationally at some point in time. https://www.gerbenlaw.com/blog/why-every-u-s-business-should-register-its-trademark-in-china/
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Mary-Ellen Field of Vintage Management Ltd explains why you need a trademark
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Jon Wyness of MW Trade Marks Ltd explains how to apply for a trademark in mandarin and latin.
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Our latest infographic video explores the complexities of doing business in China and why you should add local expertise to your international expansion plans. At TMF Group we help businesses globalize. From incorporation and registration of entities to on-going support through accounting, legal compliance and management of your workforce. If we can assist your business, please contact us ([email protected]). Find out more about how TMF Group can help you operate in China: http://bit.ly/2rQGIBP Visit us to find out more; TMF Group Home: http://bit.ly/2rUpym7 TMF Group News and Insights: http://bit.ly/2Guvtnd TMF Group Services: http://bit.ly/2IvFQcn Locations TMF Group operates in: http://bit.ly/2rX7dpB Make An Enquiry: http://bit.ly/2rPRmsO
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On October 18, INTA hosted “Trademark on the Silk Road” panel at the 7th China Trademark Festival in Haikou, China. INTA CEO Etienne Sanz de Acedo and China Trademark Association Deputy Secretary General XIAO Yun gave opening remarks on the importance of brand protection and anticounterfeiting under the Silk Road Economic Belt and 21st Century Maritime SkilRoad economic initiative. Chinese government officials WANG Dingbang, YAN Shi and ZANG Baoqing introduced Chinese efforts on trademark law and registration, and INTA Members Kowit Somwaiya (LawPlus, Thailand), Denis Voevodin (Dentons, Russia), Motasem Abu-Ghazaleh (AGIP, UAE) and Pravin Anand (Anand and Anand, India) gave informative talks on issues related to trademark registration and protection in jurisdictions along the Silk Road.
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Where should I register my trademarks? Secure Your Brand with Trademark Factory® Risk-Free, Guaranteed. https://www.trademarkfactory.com Before I answer that question, I want to make sure that you understand one simple thing: trademarks are registered on the per-country basis, so your U.S. trademark doesn't protect you in China, your Chinese trademark doesn't protect you in Canada, your Canadian trademark doesn't protect you in France, and so on and so forth. So, the simple answer how to decide where to register your trademarks is to look at where your customers come from. It doesn't really matter where you are based out of. If you are a Chinese company but most of your business come from the U.S., you need a U.S. trademark. If you are a U.S. company but most of your business comes from the European Union, you want a European Union trademark. So, don't look at where you are, look at where your market is and decide based on whether you have enough business coming from that region that country and then you go on register your trademarks where. But, I wanna warn you. Sometimes, your business grows so fast that you may have markets that you didn't know would be important for you and you didn't make of trademark there. So the classic example is when Starbucks decided to come to Russia only to find out that somebody had already trademarked their brand. So not only couldn't they trademark their brand, they couldn't even come to Russia because the brand was already taken. So, it took them several years, many years and a lot of money, to get their trademark back. You don't want to be in that situation. You want to make sure that you're the first person to realize the value of your brand for any particular region, so if your business is growing, make sure you register your trademarks everywhere where you have enough business, or you think you can have enough business in the foreseeable future. ----------------------------------- Trademark Factory® resources: ★ Website: https://trademarkfactory.com ★ ☆ YouTube Channel: https://youtube.com/trademarkfactory.com ☆ ★ Facebook Page: https://facebook.com/thetrademarkfactory ★ ☆ Twitter: https://twitter.com/realTMfactory ☆ ★ Kick-Ass Brands Show: http://kickassbrandsshow.com ★ ☆ Kick-Ass Brands Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/kickassbrands ☆
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This week on Brand Matters, we chat with Eric Lin, Executive Director, Pacific Rim, about what global brands need to do in order to break into the China market and how they can maximize their impact upon doing so. For more insights that inspire, check out our blog: http://www.siegelgale.com/views Siegel+Gale is a global strategic branding firm based in New York, Los Angeles, San Francisco, London, Dubai, and Shanghai: http://www.siegelgale.com Music sourced from Soundcloud Creative Commons and is licensed under CC 3.0
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Doing business in China? Whether you’re already exporting to China, or planning to in the future, we have a dedicated team of China IP experts who can help you succeed. In this soundbite video our senior associate, Amanda Griffiths, gives a quick intro into the risks of entering the Chinese market without a trade mark registration.
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How to Register a Trademark for Your Amazon Private Label Business! Need help trademarking a logo for your Amazon FAB business? Find out everything you need to know about trademarking your Amazon brand name and logo in the United States, Canada, and internationally! AMPM PODCAST EP 155 with Manny Coats and Anita Mar Check out more podcast episodes at https://www.ampmpodcast.com/ Get your business trademarked today at https://www.sellertrademarks.com/ In episode 155 of the AMPM Podcast, host Manny Coats interviews Anita Mar, a trademarking professional with over 18 years of experience in the industry and is the founder of Trademark Angel. Anita addresses many misconceptions about trademarking a business and how Amazon sellers can gain registered trademarks for their brands without running into red tape or losing out to a competitor. *Correction - Anita Mar is offering her services through SellerTradmarks.com for $695, not $645 (mentioned around 35:00) Recommended Tools: https://www.ampmpodcast.com/tools-services/ Connect with us: https://www.facebook.com/groups/AMPMPodcast/
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This video provides information regarding how to deal with bad faith trademark filings in China, including the impact of bad faith trademark filings, how to prevent bad faith trademark filings, and how to overcome bad faith trademark filings. For more info, visit: http://www.stopfakes.gov/china-ipr-webinar/prc-%E2%80%93-dealing-bad-faith-trademark-filings July 6, 2011
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Why Registering a Trademark in Canada is Vital for Your Brand's Success Patrola Law Corporation http://patrolalaw.com Hey guys, we're going to have a quick chat about trademarks today. What is a trademark? A trademark is one of the strongest bundle of intellectual property rights you have in Canada. A trademark can be comprised of a name, a logo, a design, colour, or even a sound, or some combination of those elements. A Canadian trademark gives you exclusive rights to a mark, in connection with a specific set of goods and/or services across Canada. Having those kinds of exclusive rights can be incredibly powerful and valuable for a company. So, why would someone what to trademark a brand, logo, design, colour, or a sound? Well, there's a number of reasons. You might have a royalty and/or licensing type of play in mind. However, there's two primary reasons that you would want to pursue a trademark. 1. Ownership One, you don't want to spend your time and energy building a brand only to find out that somebody else actually owns that trademark. That third party can come back and sue you for trademark infringement. 2. Protection Two, you don't want to spend your time and energy building a brand only to find out that somebody else is piggy-backing off your success and there's nothing you can do about it. Having a trademark, will give you the tools you need in order to prevent that kind of trademark infringement. You can go after a party that's opening up a store, who might be using a similar sounding name as yourself, no matter where they're located in Canada. If they're providing the same or similar goods and services as you are providing. Or even if there's a website and the competitor is using the same or similar name that you have trademarked. You can go ahead and put a stop to that as well. If you have any further questions regarding trademarks, please feel free to give us a call back at 778-565-4700. We'd be happy to help. Thank you. #trademark #intellectualproperty #startups #entrepreneurs #smallbiz #smallbusiness #legal #canada #bclaw #faqs #vancouver #surreybc #patrolalaw ____________________ FOLLOW: Website: http://patrolalaw.com Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/patrolalaw Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/patrolalaw/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/patrolalaw/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/patrolalaw/ Patrola Law Corporation Address: 112-12827 76 Ave, Surrey, BC V3W 2V3 Phone: (778) 565-4700 Find us on Google Maps: https://goo.gl/T9TpzD https://youtu.be/LWgwx5_U95A
http://www.intellectualpropertystore.com The important facts you need to know about how to register a trademark to protect your commercial rights to your product or company's brand. A trademark is used by a company to help customers identify and distinguish their goods from their competitors. A service mark is used like a trademark to identify and distinguish services. The term "trademark" is often used to refer to both trademarks and service marks. Trademarks can be any combination of words, letters, and numerals. They can consist of drawings or symbols. They can even be three-dimensional such as the shape of a product's packaging. Vocal sounds or music or can also be trademarked. Trademarks and Service Marks The United States Patent and Trademark Office allows three possible trademark formats: (1) standard character format; (2) stylized/design format; or a (3) sound mark. The standard character format is used to register word(s), letter(s), number(s) or any combination thereof, without claim to any particular font style, size, or color, and absent any design element. This format gives you the broadest rights. The stylized/design format, on the other hand, is appropriate if you wish to register a mark with a design element and/or word(s) and/or letter(s) having a particular stylized appearance that you wish to protect. This format will narrow your trademark rights to that specific design. Whenever you submit a trademark application you need to identify the goods and/or services to which the mark will apply, clearly and precisely. This is done by selecting from the 45 trademark classes that have been established by the International (Nice) Classification of Goods and Services. In some countries, you are not required to file a trademark application in order to establish ownership rights to a trademark. You can obtain proprietary rights to the trademark by simply using it in the marketplace. In these cases, you usually use the symbol TM to denote that it is an unregistered trademark or a the symbol SM for an unregistered service mark. A registered trademark is denoted it by placing a an "R" surrounded by a circle. Getting a registered trademark is always preferable. In some countries such as Germany, your product or service would have to have at least 40% market share to be able to sue for infringement on an unregistered trademark. Certain countries and regions do not even recognize trademarks rights arising through use. In these areas, rights to the trademark are given to the first entity that files for the trademark rather than the first one to use it in the marketplace. After getting a registered trademark, your company has the exclusive right to use it to identify your goods or services. If you so desire, you can authorize someone else the right to use your trademark in return for payment. You can apply for a registered trademark for use in a particular country or a region such as the European Union. An application for registration of a trademark must be filed with the appropriate national or regional trademark office. If you want even broader protection, you can file a trademark application with the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO). This allows you to get trademark protection in over 92 countries including the United States, the European Union, China, Japan, and most of the major countries in the world. Once your registered trademark or service mark is secured it needs to be renewed every ten years to maintain it. The current fee for renewing a trademark is $400. Trademarks can be a very valuable asset, especially if you have a business that has a well established trademarked brand. A trademark can be sold outright or licensed to a person or a business. If you are contemplating selling or licensing your trademark, IntellectualPropertyStore.com is an excellent website for accomplishing this goal. When you place a listing on this site, you can use narratives, pictures and movies to pitch the commercial marketability of your trademarked product or service. This is a very powerful and timesaving way to either sell it outright or to license it. All franchises have a registered trademark that establishes their brand and unique identity. If you already have a franchise business or if you are considering franchising, NewBusinessMarket.com is an excellent website to list your franchise opportunity to potential franchisees. There are thousands of people looking for franchise opportunities on this website. http://youtu.be/1r1-Jb5vdyw
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China Manufacturing Company Registration If you wish to manufacture products in China, you must register your company as a China Manufacturing Company, also called a manufacturing WFOE. In some instances, the government may provide incentives and tax breaks for foreign manufacturing companies. The rules and regulations for manufacturing companies are complicated. Hence, to get started, professional guidance is recommended. Corporation China has developed unequaled expertise in the registration of manufacturing companies. https://corporationchina.com/registration/china-manufacturing-company/
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Bringing your brand to China, Marco Pearman-Parish the CEO of Corporation China discusses the many opportunities in China and ways to ensure your brands success in the complex Chinese market. Bong and he talked about what opportunities an online Wechat store have over Tmall and JDmall. Filmed at beautiful shopping center in the Heart of Xiamen. China Trading Import-Export Company It is a commonly used investment vehicle for mainland China-based businesses. The main difference from other WFOE’s is that you need an Import & Export License to establish a Trading WFOE. So what defines a WFOE? The unique feature of a WFOE is that the entity is 100% owned and capitalized by foreign investors and operating without a local (Chinese) partner. This maintains greater control over your businesses operations, targets and profits of the company, allowing the mother company to concentrate on its own operations. WFOE is the favorable option for an overseas company that wants to permanently incorporate into mainland China. Setting up a limited company does not necessarily mean you can engage in any kind of business activity, as is the case in some Western countries. WFOEs can only operate within the business scope approved by the authorities. Other activities are subject to further approval. So it is vital to determine what you want to do from the offset. A trading WFOE is one of 4 types of WFOEs. It’s for businesses dealing with wholesale and retail with an Import & Export License. The registration process for a China Trading Company Registration takes just 30 days with Corporation China. https://www.corporationchina.com/china-trading-company-registration/ Opening a China Trading Company Setting up a Trading Company in China is simple, the limited-liability type company is called a Wholly Foreign Owned Enterprise, abbreviated WFOE or WOFE. A Trading Company also has an import export license that enables it to Import and Export goods out of China. One of the main reasons companies open a import export company is to reclaim their VAT back. The Shanghai free-trade Zone is one of the fastest places in China to get your VAT back thus many companies choose to register in Shanghai.
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China is reported to be the source of over 86% of counterfeits worldwide with a $396B impact on global companies. Whether you produce, sell or have nothing to do with China, China counterfeits should be on your radar. For those who have made attempts to fight counterfeits or infringers in China, you may be tired of playing the "whack-a-mole" game of endless Alibaba take-downs and raids of small Chinese factories in remote areas. So are we, which is why Quarles & Brady’s China Trademark duo employs different strategies that can yield more meaningful results. Join us to learn more.
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The Sterling Firm www.TheSterlingFirm.com (310) 498-2750 [email protected] DISCLAIMER: Not Legal Advice. For Informational Purposes Only. TRADEMARK LAW OVERVIEW I. PURPOSE OF TRADEMARK LAW A. TYPES OF TRADEMARKS B. WHAT IS A TRADEMARK? C. WHAT IS NOT A TRADEMARK 1. DOMAIN NAMES ARE NOT TRADEMARKS 2. BUSINESS NAMES ARE NOT TRADEMARKS 3. ORNAMENTAL DESIGNS ARE NOT TRADEMARKS 4. PRODUCT FEATURES ARE PROTECTED BY TRADE DRESS 5. FUNCTIONALITY IS NOT PROTECTED BY TRADE DRESS OR TRADEMARK II. TRADEMARKS MUST BE DISTINCTIVE A. ARBITRARY OR FANCIFUL MARKS B. SUGGESTIVE MARKS C. DESCRIPTIVE MARKS D. DESCRIPTIVE MARKS MUST HAVE SECONDARY MEANINGS TO BE PROTECTED E. GENERIC MARKS III. COMMON LAW TRADEMARK RIGHTS IV. TRADEMARK SEARCH V. BENEFITS OF FEDERAL TRADEMARK REGISTRATION A. FEDERAL TRADEMARK APPLICATION FILING FEES B. CLASSIFICATIONS OF GOODS AND SERVICES FOR TRADEMARKS C. TRADEMARK REGISTRATION FILING DATE NOTICE-PRIORITY D. OFFICE ACTION BY USPTO TRADEMARK EXAMINER E. FINAL REJECTION BY USPTO TRADEMARK EXAMINER F. OFFICIAL GAZETTE PUBLICATION OF TRADEMARK G. ACTUAL USE VS. INTENT TO USE TRADEMARK IN COMMERCE H. TRADEMARK “DRAWING” I. TRADEMARK “SPECIMEN” J. PRINCIPAL REGISTER VS. SUPPLEMENTAL REGISTER FOR TRADEMARKS K. SECONDARY MEANING OF DESCRIPTIVE MARKS L. REJECTION OF TRADEMARK BY THE UNITED STATES PATENT AND TRADEMARK OFFICE VI. STATE TRADEMARK REGISTRATION VII. LOSS OF TRADEMARK RIGHTS A. ABANDONMENT OF TRADEMARKS B. IMPROPER LICENSING AND ASSIGNMENT OF TRADEMARKS C. TRADEMARK GENERICIDE D. DUTY TO POLICE YOUR TRADEMARK VIII. TRADEMARK INFRINGEMENT AND THE LIKELIHOOD OF CONFUSION TEST A. TRADEMARK LITIGATION PROCESS B. TRADEMARK DILUTION C. TRADEMARK TARNISHMENT D. UNFAIR COMPETITION IX. DEFENSES TO TRADEMARK INFRINGEMENT CLAIMS A. CLASSIC FAIR USE OF TRADEMARK B. NOMINATIVE FAIR USE OF TRADEMARK C. PARODY OF TRADEMARK D. ADDITIONAL DEFENSES TO TRADEMARK INFRINGEMENT X. REMEDIES FOR TRADEMARK INFRINGEMENT XI. INTERNATIONAL TRADEMARKS A. PARIS CONVENTION B. MADRID PROTOCOL C. EUROPEAN UNION’S COMMUNITY TRADEMARK D. DEFENSIVE REGISTRATION IN CHINA
This video provides basic information about Chinese trademark cases, including general background on trademark rights in China, the concept of "property preservation," and legal remedies for trademark violations. For more info, visit: http://www.stopfakes.gov/china-ipr-webinar/%E2%80%9Cfreezing%E2%80%9D-trademarks-chinese-courts March 13, 2012
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0:55 Since 2005, how would you characterize developments in the market? 2:00 Could you elaborate perhaps on the “blue hat” in terms of registration, costs, and timeline? 3:47 Many dietary supplements and other health foods that are on the market, on the shelves, here in China but don’t have the “blue hat” registration. How is this possible? 5:27 What kind of changes can we expect will be easier or more difficult for Canadian companies to enter the market here? 9:06 Other initial steps should Canadian SMEs be taking to prepare themselves as they develop a China strategy 12:56 Is there any advantage to be had to outsource their manufacturing to a contractor here in China? 14:40 We’ve seen multinationals such as Amway be very successful in China with a direct sales strategy, is this a viable option for Canadian SMEs? 18:00 What other sales channels would really suit a medium sized Canadian company and what are your views on cross-border ecommerce in the China market? If you're a Canadian SME and have questions about doing business in China, please send us your questions by email at [email protected] All services of the Trade Commissioner Service are FREE of charge to qualified Canadian clients. Tony: Welcome to this latest instalment of the Canadian SME Gateway to China video series as presented by the Canadian Trade Commissioner Service. I’m Anthony Finch from the Trade Section at the Canadian Embassy in Beijing, and here today with me is Mr. Jeff Crowther, executive director of the U.S.-China Health Products Association. Jeff has been working in the natural health products industry since 1993 and has been in China here since 2005. In 2010, he found the US-CHPA, and Jeff’s work has been widely published in leading natural health product publications, such as Nutraceuticals Magazine and Nutritional Outlook. He regularly delivers educational seminars and cooperation with government and private sector partners in the U.S. and China. Welcome Jeff. Jeff: Thank you, thank you for having me. Question 1 – Tony: Now Jeff, you’ve been an insider in the Chinese nutraceuticals and health food industry since 2005, over that time how would you characterize developments in the market? Answer 1 – Jeff: Developments have been quite interesting. When I first got here the market was really kind of a wild wild west, if you will. I think you know, one of your Canadian companies Jamieson was here early on and there was quite a few other companies, but the regulations were not very set in stone. They were very opaque; non-transparent, if you will. So if you had the right relationships, you knew the right people you could get the business going in China quite easily. From that point to approaching maybe the 2010, or 4 or 5 years after that, things were getting a little more difficult and chaotic. And we’re at a place now where we have new regulations coming out and of last year it’s made business, as I think most of your viewers will know, quite almost impossible to get stuff in the market at this point. Question 2 – Tony: Now an important consideration for foreign companies looking to export into the Chinese market is the “blue hat” registration, issued by the Chinese Food and Drug Administration. Could you elaborate perhaps on the “blue hat” in terms of registration, costs, and timeline. And maybe also highlight any other matters of interest to Canadian SMEs looking to enter the market place. Answer 2 – Jeff: Well the “blue hat”, as it’s called, is a logo first off. And the reason it’s called a “blue hat” is because it looks like a little hat, a little crown, so we call it that. And in Chinese it also has the fun name of “blue hat” in Chinese, Lán màozi. And this is a very expensive and timely process, it takes generally about 2 to 3 years to achieve this. And this is working through a registration agent that you have to procure and go through that process. And worst case scenario it can cost probably about what I’ve seen about 150,000 U.S. dollars. So it’s more similar to what I think people would be accustomed too, like maybe an OTC or even a drug approval. It’s very rigorous, with toxicologies and human and animal testing, depending on what functional claim you’re going to make. But overall, it’s an investment in time and capital to get that done. And most companies have chosen not to go that path leading up to current time, because it is so expensive. And that’s just for one product, so most companies have a number of skews, you know, minimum five or six, and some companies have hundreds, so you can imagine multiplying that times $140,000 can get quite expensive. Question 3 – Tony: Those of us who monitored the Chinese industry see many dietary supplements and other health foods that are on the market, on the shelves, here in China but don’t have the “blue hat” registration. How is this possible? ...
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Trademark owners have exclusive usage right over their registered symbol, names or characters. The trademark is important for the company and helps it stand out from others that provide similar services. When applying for a trademark registration in Hong Kong the applicant must submit a form and the graphic representation of the trademark.The Trade Marks Register issues a certificate of registration for those trademarks that are approved. Find out more or ask for specialized trademark registration assistance at: http://www.opencompanyhongkong.com/
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Here is the recording of the January 11, 2012 webinar on "Using the Madrid Protocol for International Trademark Protection." In this webinar, we cover: - What is the Madrid Protocol? - Advantages of the Madrid Protocol - Disadvantages of the Madrid Protocol - Terminology - Who can use the Protocol? - What are the filing requirements? - What are the pitfalls to watch out for? - Dealing with refusals - Subsequent Designations - Other Countries Designating the United States - Using ROMARIN The slides can be found here -- http://blog.davismcgrath.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/01/2012-01-11-Slides-Using-the-Madrid-Protocol-for-International-Trademark-Protection.pdf
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Ever wondered how you can protect your brand from copycats? This is the video for you! How have you protected your brand? I'd love to know in the comments! ----------------------------------------------- Swaddle//Creative creates hardworking brands and helps businesses tell their stories. Connect with Laura: facebook.com/SwaddleGraphicDesign Twitter.com/SwaddleCreative Visit: swaddlecreative.co.uk
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Here we see the landing of the brand-new China Eastern Airbus A321 in SkyTeam livery at Hamburg Finkenwerder Airport after completing its first flight. Aircraft information: China Eastern Airlines Airbus A321-211SL Registration: B-8976 Test registration: D-AVXP Construction number: MSN 7551 First flight: February 14, 2017 ** Recorded with a Sony FDR-AX33 Camcorder Edited with Magix Movie Edit Pro / Magix Video Deluxe 2016 Premium If you like this video, please THUMBS UP, COMMENT, SUBSCRIBE, and SHARE! ** SOCIAL MEDIA: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/HamburgVideosHD Twitter: https://twitter.com/HamburgVideosHD
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ZENS focuses on Chinese design while keeping an eye on young Chinese designers, whom it dubbed as the “Platinum Generation”. In the spring of 2017, ZENS and CUN DESIGN came into contact for the first time and tried to accomplish a work together with a fresh design. At that time, we went close to the brand and found that the first thing that ZENS needed was to refresh its image if it was determined to design together with CUN DESIGN. Through these store designs we could get to know each other better, and what’s more, store design was extremely important at that time as ZENS was poised for a take-off. International Award for Sustainable Architecture Awards 2018 First Award | Category: Commercial Interior Architects: Shu Cui Studio Name: CUN Design Team Members: Wang Jizhou Chuan Country: China Website: www.cunchina.cn Interior Designer: Cui Shu, Wang Jizhou Participating Designer: Ma Chuanchuan Location: China World Trade Center Tower, Chaoyang District, Beijing Function: Commercial space Project Name: ZENS Brand Store in Beijing China World Trade Center Tower 3 Area:128㎡ Photographer: Wang Ting, Wang Jin Hence, we saw a store opened on the first floor of Beijing China World Trade Center Tower 3. Given the small floor area in a strange oval shape, we tried to design the store with the concept of an oriental circle. In this way, CUN DESIGN embarked on this new journey of designing for the brand terminal store together with designers from ZENS! The design method adopted was quite simple. We first tried to soften the edges and corners on the floor, walls and roof with a borderless technique so as to divert attention from the size and shape of the store space and blur the boundary of the store. Subsequently, we used an open-ended bamboo device to make an oriental circle, which looked like a carp bending its body and extending its tail, or a pebble with rounded edges. Finally, with such an oriental circle device, all functions were coordinated and integrated. In my understanding, the orient could be represented by a circle. However, in my heart, the circle, instead of a geometric figure known to the world, is more like a pebble washed by the stream of time with rounded and smooth edges that presents various styles from different angles.It looks like a compromise with the world and the environment, but retains a kind of self-persistence and respect for time, attesting to a distinct personality without being sharp or mean! Designers of CUN DESIGN used a geometric figure known to the world to display oriental wisdom and philosophy. We believe the purpose of design has never been beauty but something deeper and far more important. It may be the precision, the wisdom, the enlightenment after a problem is solved, or a beautiful presentation based on methodology. Another great opportunity. APR’s next award Urban Design & Architecture Design Awards 2018 is open for Registration.
how to register a company in pakistan. Now a days the government of pakistan give offer for online registration via Eservice ,SECP. Whole the video is depend on company name registration procedure and information. The is showing that how to attempt the process each and every step of filling the form and submission. Company Name Search https://www.secp.gov.pk/company-name-search/ Eservice Login https://eservices.secp.gov.pk/eServices/ ● FOLLOW MY INSTAGRAM - https://bit.ly/2KjEORF ● SUBSCRIBE TO Sansser Entertainment - https://bit.ly/2MUDC8U ● Facebook - http://bit.ly/2Ipukyq ● Twitter - http://bit.ly/2tpLG9K Check out my other videos: How to Fill Bank Cheque: http://bit.ly/2Ip9y1I How to make Driving License: http://bit.ly/2KlQ0QO Driving License Tips: http://bit.ly/2KgKNGF How to Make Business Account (Banks) : http://bit.ly/2tBnD6J Registr A Company Online: http://bit.ly/2KfLFeK On my channel you will find videos about Government Document, Documentaion, Fill Different Types of Forms, Preparing Dcumentaion, Applicaion Forms, Business Tips, Need abour documents filling and applicaion for different types of Department and sectors and other Course, my personal life. So please be mindful and keep a positive vibe in the comment section. Don't forget to subscribe and make sure to hit that like button if you enjoyed the video! Feel Free Contact me on whatsapp: 0092-304-6833420
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The operations of so many U.S.-based nonprofits extend far beyond our borders these days, often all around the globe. Among other things, this means that U.S.-based nonprofits’ trademarks and copyrights are being used in foreign countries where the systems and methods for protecting and licensing this intellectual property (IP) are very different from those in the United States. This program will focus on some of the latest developments in trademark and copyright law and procedures around the globe, and their impact on nonprofits. In China, how is the new Beijing IP Court working for nonprofits? What are Alibaba.com and other online service providers doing to disrupt the way trademark applications are filed? In the EU, why does the trademark office have a new name? What has changed? In Cuba, should nonprofits follow what the owners of well-known brands are doing? What steps can nonprofits take to protect their content around the world? Should nonprofits invest money and effort into registering copyrights in China? This program features a panel of experienced trademark and copyright attorneys who have worked with hundreds of nonprofits for many years in connection with these issues. They will offer practical strategies for nonprofits to exploit IP opportunities and avoid or minimize crisis situations that result from missteps, as well as field questions about the hot issues nonprofits are facing. This will be an invaluable program for nonprofit executives and staff who are tasked with creating, marketing, and/or managing brands and original products worldwide. Wednesday, August 17, 2016 12:00 p.m. - 12:30 p.m. ET - Networking Luncheon 12:30 p.m. - 2:00 p.m. ET - Program/Webinar Moderator: Jeffrey S. Tenenbaum, Esq., Partner and Chair of the Nonprofit Organizations Practice, Venable LLP Speakers: Andrew Price, Esq., Partner, Trademarks and Brand Protection Practice, Venable LLP Justin Pierce, Esq., Partner, Trademarks and Brand Protection Practice, Venable LLP DISCLAIMER: The contents of this site, including all articles, opinions, and other postings, are offered for informational purposes only and should not be construed as legal advice. A visit to this site or an exchange of information through this site does not create a client-attorney relationship. You should consult directly with an attorney for individual advice regarding your particular situation. ATTORNEY ADVERTISING.
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Call of Duty is coming to mobile, with Activision and Tencent revealing Call of Duty Mobile, a brand-new F2P title. The iOS and Android game will feature maps and modes from classic Call of Duty titles, and Activision is promising new game modes including a unique Battle Royale experience. Players will be able to customize their loadouts through unlocked items, and prizes can be won by competing with friends. Call of Duty Mobile is being developed on the Unity engine and you can pre-register now. You can get more info on the official Call of Duty Mobile website - https://www.callofduty.com/mobile #CoDMobile #CallofDutyMobile
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This video provides information regarding the procedures necessary to record trademarks with Chinese customs for the purpose of preventing counterfeit goods from being exported from China. For more info, visit:http://www.stopfakes.gov/china-ipr-webinar/recording-your-trademark-chinese-customs-0 April 9, 2012
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Top 10 Trademark Registration Companies in Dubai 2019 , Use of a trademark is not compulsory for filing application for registration or for maintaining the registration in force. However, any interested party may request the court to cancel a trademark registration, if the owner fails to use such a trademark in the UAE for 5 consecutive years from the date of registration. https://www.trademarksdubai.com/top-10-trademark-registration-companies-in-dubai-2019/ Trademark Registration Companies in Dubai trademark registration companies in dubai dubai trademark registration office authority trademark registration uae cost trademark registration in dubai cost dubai trademark search free trademark search in uae ministry of economy trademark registration logo registration in dubai Intellectual property is one of the major concerns in business development. Leading corporations, including the newly formed establishments nowadays strive for reputation by putting a great value in protecting their image and intellectual property rights. With this vision, our company was born. Over the years our company, Al Raqeem Intellectual Property, gained considerable experiences in a variety of ways as a result of people working together in one cohesive unit. We are now an able organization, capable of giving immediate assistance to those that might need it. We are committed to build our reputation by continuing to offer personal and high quality services at a reasonable cost and to be fully responsive to our client’s need. Our priority focuses on our client’s satisfaction, giving them a “service value” of their money in return. Having our clientele satisfied with our work is the source of our pride and extra energy which makes us even more determined to give better helping hand each time we provide one. We have built-up a network of associate attorney firms of high professional standing in practically every country in the world.
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What's it like to go out on your own and start a business in China? How do you even start? What should you think about? Andy Church of Insight Quality shares his story of pivoting from his corporate quality job to starting his own quality assurance company. Find out more about how you can start your own business in China at http://enterchina.co SUBSCRIBE TO OUR CHANNEL https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC7RAxiferhoNQLS4dp_aXNg?sub_confirmation=1 ======================================= JOIN OUR ONLINE COMMUNITY OF ENTREPRENEURS http://www.enterchina.co ======================================= CONNECT WITH US Facebook: http://www.Facebook.com/theelevatorlife Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/enterchinaco ======================================= Manufacturing Experts Get the Free Enter China Ebook: http://www.enterchina.co/
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This webinar will provide an overview of China’s IP landscape for British companies selling consumer-oriented products or services. The session will provide information on the different types of IP rights (including trade marks, patents, copyright), other IP protection measures, key differences with the British IP system and some strategies for IP enforcement. The webinar is aimed at a general business audience, although IP professionals with an interest in the Chinese market may benefit from attending.
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Ivanka Trump is quickly learning that her father's influence as President of the United States can be incredibly profitable. While Trump met with Chinese President Xi Jinping, China approved pending trademarks for Ivanka's business. Ivanka also advises the president with respect to Chinese issues, while simultaneously profiting from business there. This creates a conflict of interest, and Ivanka must recuse herself from advising Trump on Chinese policy, otherwise we have no idea whether or not she will be pushing for policies that would benefit her business. Source: https://www.theguardian.com/us-news/2017/apr/19/ivanka-trump-brand-china-trademarks-day-us-president-met-xi-jinping?CMP=Share_iOSApp_Other ************************ Visit Our Website: http://www.humanistreport.com/ Follow Us on Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/HumanistReport Like Us on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/humanistreport Support the Show: http://www.humanistreport.com/support.html Become a Patreon: http://www.patreon.com/humanistreport Download Our Podcast on iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/humanist-report-podcast-episode/id1012568597?i=345667843&mt=2 ************************ Help Us Grow by Using These Links to Shop (We Earn Commission): Support Us by Shopping on Amazon! Bookmark this Link: http://amzn.to/1SGruTY Sign Up for a FREE 30-Day Trial to GameFly: https://www.gamefly.com/#!/registration?adtrackingid=pbridge001 Try Lootcrate if You're a Geek or Gamer: http://www.trylootcrate.com/click.track?CID=327723&AFID=372698&AffiliateReferenceID=HumanistReport Web Hosting for Only $3.95 with HostGator: http://partners.hostgator.com/c/171810/177309/3094 ************************ The Humanist Report (THR) is a progressive political podcast that discusses and analyzes current news events and pressing political issues. Our analyses are guided by humanism and political progressivism. Each news story we cover is supplemented with thought-provoking, fact-based commentary that aims for the highest level of objectivity.
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Discover what the Amazon restricted categories are and how to become ungated in them. Free ebook reveals how to make 10k/month with dropshipping: http://wholesaleted.com/4-step On Amazon, there are some categories that are unrestricted (otherwise known as “ungated”). On the flipside there are some Amazon restricted categories that are “gated” and require you to submit an application to get approved to sell in (or have been approved to sell in because you were already a seller in these Amazon restricted categories before they became restricted - this is known colloquially as being “grandfathered in” to these Amazon restricted categories). There are big, profitable categories that are unrestricted and ungated that anyone can sell in. However, there are some big Amazon restricted categories. Some of these Amazon restricted categories have tougher entry requirements than others. The following Amazon restricted categories have a similar approval process and it isn’t hard to get approved to sell in them: Clothing & Accessories, Shoes, Handbags & Sunglasses. Travel Bags & Travel Accessories. Jewelry (fine jewelry requires a separate application with a non-refundable fee of $499) Sexual Wellness Watches Here are the requirements to become ungated: 1) You need to have a professional seller account which costs $39.99. You can get a free 1-month trial to start. 2) You need to read over what is/isn’t allowed in these categories. There are some restrictions, for example if you want to sell handbags you need to be aware that you can’t sell second hand handbags. 3) You need to read over their listing policies and agree to them. 4) Your seller account needs to meet seller performance targets if you aren’t a new seller. This means you need less than 1% order defect rate, a pre-fulfillment cancel rate of less than 2.5% and a 4% or less late shipment rate. 5) You need to submit an application agreeing to all of this. A big part of why Amazon make you submit an application is to ensure you have read about their strict image policies for the main image for your listing. It must meet the following specifications: 1) One: It must accurately represent the product and ONLY show the product that is for sale with minimal or no propping. 2) It must be on a pure white background. 3): No watermarks or text are allowed. 4): The product must fill 85% of more of the image. 5): The image needs to be at least 1000 pixels high or 1000 pixels wide. In addition, the other side needs to be at least 500 pixels. 6): The image needs to be in JPEF, TIFF of GIF formats. 7): The photo needs to be in-focus. 8): If the product is propped up or on something, like a model, it needs to be clearly visible. So a model should be standing, not sitting. 9) Nudity is obviously not allowed. For collectible categories, you’ll need to have near perfect order defect rates (under 0.75%). Here are some popular Amazon restricted categories that are harder to become ungated in because they require invoices from suppliers: Videos, DVDs & Blu-Rays Beauty products Grocery & Gourmet Foods And Healthy & Personal Care categories. To become ungated in these popular Amazon restricted categories you’ll need to do the following: 1) Have a professional seller account. 2) Meet the seller performance targets of less than 1% order defect rate, a pre-fulfillment cancel rate of less than 2.5% and a 4% or less late shipment rate. 3) Read over what is and isn’t allowed in each category. For example, all food you sell must be brand new and sealed. 4) Read over the listing policies for each gated category. 5) Fill out a form that will ask you questions about the products you’re selling. This is to ensure you aren’t selling products that they’ve outlined are restricted, like unsealed food. 6) Attach INVOICES, and NOT receipts for the products you plan to sell. Beauty products: Attach 3 invoices from 90 days of you purchasing products you intend to sell on Amazon. For private label beauty products, you only need 1 invoice or a safety assessment test. Health/Personal Care & Grocery/Gourmet Food items: Attach 3 invoices. If you don’t have 3 invoices, they’ll contact you asking for additional documents. It’s a lot easier to just upload 3 invoices. Videos, DVDs & Blu-Rays: A minimum of 3 invoices from your primary source of inventory. These Amazon restricted categories highlight something important: It is better to become ungated sooner rather than later. Being grandfathered in when they make the restrictions harder will put you ahead of the game. Don’t delay your application to become ungated in Amazon restricted categories, do it ASAP.
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Purchased a brand new Chinese Hawk 250, took photos along the way and some videos for those who are thinking of buying one. It's really not a bad bike for the money. About 4 hour assembly time because no instructions are included.The second build would take less than 2 hours. At end of video I put a video of my overhead door spring breaking while filming bike! Scared the shit out of me *I tried to get tags for it today (2/18/16) and CT DMV would not register it because it is not on their approved list... They said go have it inspected, from what I've read on the messagboards its easy to do in CT, I just have to put DOT tires on it. So I am ordering some DOT enduro tires tonight and will give it a go once they are installed. I will update everyone here Instagram and Facebook, follow if you want updates. *This bike apparently DOES have DOT tires, so I will try to bring to Wethersfield today for safety inspection. Passed inspection with ease BUUUUUUT. NO GOOD, not NHSTA. Vermont Registration is it! Hawk motor is designed from a 1975 CG125 Honda, single cam single lobe engine WHERE TO BUY PARTS LIST: Due to changing products, links, etc, If you want the product links, please go to www.motocheez.com and click the bike your looking for parts (upper right), this simplifies the links for all the parts I use and install on ALL my videos. VIDEOS OF MODS TO HAWK 250: -Re-jetted to a 110 Mikuni Main jet and shimmed up the needle jet. https://youtu.be/34yYWSolKc0 -RK O-ring chain 428so 130 links. (https://youtu.be/wbdgIb8kk5Q) -17 tooth front sprocket. (https://youtu.be/QMxGwdBHbvA) -Modified air box. (https://youtu.be/Q8AJg6Ec7Jc) -Re-aligned chain guide, Tire/ chain rub. (https://youtu.be/jnosM4HOmgo) -Adjusted valves. (https://youtu.be/RTpAcOuUf7w) -Turn signal beeper cut, Under seat storage. (https://youtu.be/7f3lCERqhxc) -Oil change: (https://youtu.be/k9o0ISG7eJg) -Burrito tube (https://youtu.be/m1RZf6wKEXo) -Digital guage dash Cluster install for the RPS Hawk 250: (https://youtu.be/9PcniPk_4nE) ORIGINAL ASSEMBLY AND REVIEW of the Hawk is here: (https://youtu.be/N4D1r23bGGk) Thanks you for watching, PLEASE subscribe! ▽ Follow MotoCheez Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/motocheez Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/MotoCheez Web: http://www.MotoCheez.com Music clips: Awesome music provided by: Different Heaven - Pentakill ft. ReesaLunn https://youtu.be/aPPbFcg38MM?list=PLR... Different Heaven ➞ Facebook https://www.facebook.com/DifferentHeaven ➞ SoundCloud https://soundcloud.com/different-heaven ➞ Twitter https://twitter.com/DifferentHeaven
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How to protect a new clothing line - trademark your clothing brand, design register your clothing shape, patent your new clothing features. Jess from JLT Clothing Designer walks Iptica's RegisterClothingBrand.com through her design and branding features. https://RegisterClothingBrand.com
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Always use FNSKU's for all your products shipped into the FBA warehouse! FREE STEP BY STEP GUIDE to getting started selling on Amazon TODAY: http://amz.millionairemillennial.me/guide Skip the line and get mentored by me directly: Amazon Mentorship Program: http://amz.millionairemillennial.me/mentorship Tactical Arbitrage: https://amz.millionairemillennial.me/TA JungleScout: http://amz.millionairemillennial.me/JungleScout Link to announcement (must be logged into Seller Central): https://sellercentral.amazon.com/gp/help/help.html?ie=UTF8&itemID=200317470 Follow me & ask me questions! Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/amillionairemillennial Twitter: https://twitter.com/JordanKilburn Snapchat: https://www.snapchat.com/add/jordan.kilburn Facebook: https://www.fb.com/TheMillionaireMillennial/
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people in Pakistan don,t know about the procedure of import license, it is quit simple and easy, 1st step is to get NTN ( National Tax Number ), 2nd step STN ( Sales Tax Number ), 3rd step Bank Account of Business Name, 4th step is Membership of Chamber of Commers, 5th step is to get Weboc id from Xise department, if you have partnership with someone than you will have to get the registration of firm with partnership deed. so simple...
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