Trademark Registration

Basic Package

2000 + Govt Expenses

  • Free Trademark Consultation
  • Free Comprehensive Search
  • Analysis of your search
  • Authorization Letter (GPA) 
  • Assessment of registration class
  • Preparing and filing of your application under 1 class
  • Trademark application registration 
  • Monitoring of your application status with the registrar

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Gold Package

2900 + Govt Expenses

  • All Services from Basic Package
  • Get 10% discount on MSME/SSI Certificate 

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Platinum Package

7000 + Govt Expenses

  • All services of Gold Package
  • Designing of Business Logo 

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Trademark Registration

We know you have worked very hard to finalized a name/logo/tagline for your business. Let’s protect it from unauthorized use.

Trademark Registration:

  • A registered trademark highly increases the legal protections offered to your brand.

  • Trademarks acts as a shield to protect your brand

  • Enlist us so that you have the freedom of mind to focus on your core business activities.

  • A trademark is a logo/name/tagline etc that is used, or intended to be used, to identify one company from other. It is a brand name.

  • Trademarks are central business tools as they allow companies to establish their product's market image without having to worry that an inferior product will weaken their brand image or profit by misleading the consumer.

  • Trademarks include words, names, symbols and logos etc. Anything that clearly classifies your company can be a trademark, provided that it is for goods.

Service Marks & Trademarks

  • There is only one difference between a service mark and a trademark, that is, service mark is used to distinguish services in the stream of business. Like a trademark, a service mark can include words, names, symbols, logos etc.

  • Usually, trademarks appear on the actual product or its packaging. Service marks appear generally in advertising for the services. In general, when we use the term "trademark," we mean both trademarks and service marks.

Advantages of Trademark Registration

Trademark an Asset
  • Trademark can be an asset to the owner as the owner can sell, franchise or permit other companies to use it. While doing so, owner can ask for royalty or price for its registered trademark.
Legal Protection
  • In case of registered trademark, owner has the right to take action against person copying its trademark.

  • But if you didn’t register your trademark, you cannot take action against a 2nd party for using your logo/tagline or name.

  • In a nutshell, the registered trademark holder can take legal action against anyone who tries to copy the trademark without prior permission.

Trust or Goodwill
  • A well-positioned trademark brings the uniqueness to your product, it can create trust, confidence, goodwill and quality in your customers mind.
Unique Image and Identity
  • Registered Trademark helps to create a unique identity of your company.
  • Its positions your product perfectly in market and creates a strong image in customer minds.
  • Well established logo or tagline itself is an identity. E.g. Nike, Adidas gets more recognized by their logos as compared to other brands.
Corpseed Three Steps process for Trademark Registration
  • Connect to Corpseed team
  •  Provide necessary documents required for trademark registration
  •  Our expert advisor will consult you and complete the whole procedure to obtain Trademark registration for your brand
Trademark registration Procedure: - 
  • Complete our questionnaire form

  • Conduct and analyze trademark search: - to find out and analyzed that unique logo/tagline/name is available

  • Class selection: - depending on product nature, we assist you to select appropriate class for your product

  • Drafting Trademark application: - We create your Trademark application and get your TM number

  • Trademark registration process completed: - you can register your trademark for 1-5 years

Documents required for trademark registration
  • PAN Card or Passport or Election ID Card

  • Copy of Voter's ID/Passport/Driver's License

  • Signed Trademark application

  • Scanned copy of Registration Certificate

  • Logo/Brand Name File

 

Frequently asked questions (FAQs)

If you don't have a registered trademark, then there are possibilities that someone else could register your name/logo/tagline ahead of you, giving them the private rights to use the trademark nationwide. At that point, you could receive a cease and desist letter asking you to stop using your mark, or even be sued in Indian court. Registering your logo/name/slogan can go a long way in protecting the investment you put into your brand.

Intellectual property (IP) authority has classified all products and services into 45 different classes. Your trademark must come under those classes. All goods and services are divided into 45 trademark classes (34 for goods and 11 for services). There are different types of goods or services that fall into each class. When you file a trademark application, you must select the appropriate class of goods or services your trademark will protect. Your trademark only protects the goods, services and  class that you name in your application.

Generally, it takes 15-18 months for the registration of a trademark. However, after online application, one can use trademark within 2 days. Trademark registration is valid up to 10 years from the date of online application submission. One can renew the trademark and the cycle goes on.

Absolutely, the applicant can apply in any number of classes that are mandatory to protect the brand based on the current and future businesses requirements.

If you have legal documents delivered by Startup India (an initiative taken by Government of India), your start up gets qualified to avail 50% rebate on government fees.

Trademark applications first get inspected by the Ministry to see if any similar trademarks/trade names are already pending or registered with them. If they fund any similarities, then the same is sent for examination. On approved through examination stage, the ministry publishes the trademark in its Journal and keeps it open for objection by the public for 120 days. If any objections are received during those 120 days, then the same is informed to the trademark applicants with a document outlines the reasons why the application is being rejected and, if applicable, offers a list of additional requirements that must be met for reconsideration.

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