A trademark identifies your goods and services to your customers whereby it can be a logo or a name as long as it is distinctive and connects the product to your business. As a business owner or person, it is crucial for you to have the trademark so as to distinguish you from any other kinds of businesses being transacted maybe similar to your business. As a business person, you find that the logo is very essential and workable when it comes to ensuring that the clients and customers can connect and relate to your products and services. It is only after registering the trademark that you can get the full rights and ownership for you to use it.
As you plan to register the trademark, it is crucial for you to assess the viability of it being a trademark. Ensure that you put in time and resources to enable you research and see whether or not there are other trademarks or rather duplicate trademarks on the web or anywhere else. For you to amicably make the final decision, it is important for you to seek the services of a property lawyer to assist you in determining the viability or rather the workability of the trademark for your business. After this, you can now proceed on determining how you will display the trademark so that it can be affixed and associated with your goods and services.
The first thing you need to have is a valid and professional email address for the trademark as required by law. As a business owner looking to achieve a trademark, it is vital for you to ensure that whatever you use for the email name and address is professional and portrays the professionalism vies of your business. After this process, it is important for you to format and describe the trademark as well as the business before you make the submission. When selecting the image file to upload, it is crucial for you to ensure that it does not exceed five megabytes. If in any case you decide to use a photograph as a trademark, you can get it edited by the professionals at a small fee.
After all these things or steps, you then need an average time of around one hour to make the submissions to the trademark system. The forms provided require you to fill legit and true information about the business as well as the trademark so that you can receive the verification. It is important for you to know and understand that the board or rather the system liable for proving you with the registration forms is the TEAS. To conclude the registration process, you find that you get a mail with the registration number as well as a formal registration certificate.