While often used interchangeably, logos and trademarks are two different things and significantly differ from each other. A trademark can be several things, including (but not necessarily limited) a company logo. On the other hand, a logo is a visual representation of words and/or images…Continue
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According to the latest edition of the World Intellectual Property Organisation Indicators Report, 2017 by the WIPO, China, United States, Japan, and Germany tops the list of the number of intellectual property…Continue
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While businesses are formed out of ideas, you would need to register/incorporate the entity to ensure its proper legal standing. Metaphorically speaking, incorporation is not the end of the story, quite the opposite in fact. There are a few basic things that you need to have the answers to:
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Just like your name, the name of a company stays with it all its life and is the foundation of the business structure. A misalignment in the basic structure is going to affect the personality and character of the company. A name is one that resonates with people. Take Facebook, Google, Amazon. The name is not descriptive, but distinctive.…Continue
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According to a survey by KISSmetrics, 93% of the consumers’ purchase decision is based on color and visual appearance of a new product. Color is also said to increase brand recognition by 80%. This makes colors a compelling design…Continue
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Do you remember the scene from Silicon Valley, where the founder gets his first investor cheque? That’s a big deal and a huge cause for celebration. But, what happens after that? When the founder goes to the bank and tries to deposit the cheque, the bank coolly informs him that he has no company.
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Did you know that the shape of the Heinz Ketchup bottle is a registered trademark? Similarly, the Lilac colored packaging is a registered trademark of Kraft Foods for its Milka chocolates. These are examples of non-conventional trademarks, which include tangible marks like color, shape and texture, and intangible marks like smell and taste.
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