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Some people ask to “copyright” their name.  People wonder whether copyright prevents them from using particular words for their product or business.  Read more about it in our new blog:
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Azrights May 19
If you want to increase your team’s productivity then remote working does the trick it seems. Read more about it in my blog:
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Azrights May 18
Licensing of intellectual property (IP) is at the heart of a franchise contract.  So, in fact, a franchise includes licensing. Read more about it in blog:
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Azrights May 17
Copyright is a fundamentally important right that you should start with and ensure you have the rights in your logo.  Read more about it in my blog:
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Azrights May 16
If you later decide to extend the scope of your trademark to other countries, it is possible to use your base UK or EU trademark as the first step towards registering in other countries. Learn more about it in our Youtube video:
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Azrights May 15
Nowadays there is so much noise that people’s attention spans have decreased to the point where a mere few seconds is probably all you get to persuade someone to use your products or services. Learn more about it in my YouTube video:
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Azrights May 14
It’s essential to start by having a good idea of the main one or two services your business will be offering so you can focus your competitor analysis... Read more about it in blog:
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Azrights May 13
Customers can find you by recognising your unique sign identifiers and avoid confusing other providers for you.  You might have a variety of identifiers – your name, logo, and tagline being the typical ones.
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Azrights May 12
Legally Branded Academy 2.0 is the most cost effective way to protect companies in the early stages of any project, such as when they’re trialing new concepts, starting up new businesses etc. Read more about it in our new blog:
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Azrights May 11
It’s as much about doing the right due diligences, signing the right documents, at the right time as it is about registering your rights. Read more about it in our blog:
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Azrights May 10
Complacency can be dangerous and may damage the reputation of your brand. As a business, you will need to constantly improve your brand to stay competitive in the market. Read more about it in my blog:
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Azrights May 9
The CC licences offers copyright owners a suite or menu of terms for using the content. Some of these only allow reuse in an unmodified form. Some only allow reuse with attribution. Learn more about it in my Youtube video:
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Azrights May 8
You you need to think through your plans, and identify the business categories that are relevant to your type of business, and then search and register your mark in those. Learn more about it in my new Youtube video:
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Azrights May 7
The creator of a copyright work is the one who owns the copyright in that work, and that copyright lasts for their lifetime plus 70 years. Read more about it in my blog:
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Azrights May 6
People often ask the question, what is a brand, or what is intellectual property, and is a brand intellectual property. Read more about it in my blog:
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Azrights May 5
Remember, once your trademark is registered, you can use the ® symbol to denote to your customers and competitors that your name is a registered trademark. Read more about it in my blog:
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Azrights May 5
There is no such thing as an international trademark. Trademarks are territorial, meaning you need to register in each country in which you intend to trade. Read more about it in our new blog:
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Azrights May 4
Trade marks are tools enabling consumers to identify products and services they have enjoyed and want to buy again. Read more about it in our new blog:
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Azrights May 3
Trademarks protect the reputation and goodwill of a brand.Any sign unique to your business may be registered as a trademark. The most commonly registered marks are words, logos, and slogans. Read more about it in our new blog:
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Azrights May 2
In a world where there is more and more noise, it can be difficult to be heard. Many of us feel that despite producing awesome content, we’re just not getting through to anyone. Learn more about it in my Youtube video:
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