The Brand Protection Toolkit is a 9 video, step by step guide to protecting your brand.
Video 1 – Introduction and a detailed look at why registering your brand is so important. Plus, how you can use your trade marks to increase the value of your business.
Video 2 – What makes a brand registerable and how to avoid your application being rejected by the Intellectual Property Office or opposed by a pre-existing trade mark owner. Also, what elements of your brand can be protected as a trade mark. (The list is longer than you might think!)
Video 3 – How much protection do you need? It’s important to gain as much protection as you can, but you mustn’t go too far or you could put your trade mark at risk of cancellation. In this video we look at the classes of goods and services to register your trade mark in and the countries to consider registering in.
Video 4 – How to carry out pre-application searches to ensure that your trade mark doesn’t conflict with any pre-existing trade marks. This covers searching for registered and unregistered trade marks
Video 5 – The five options you have if you find potentially conflicting trade marks during your pre-application searches.
Video 6 – A step by step guide to making your trade mark application
Video 7 – Dealing with challenges and oppositions to your trade mark application
Video 8 – Protecting your trade mark from infringers and how to prepare and send a “cease and desist letter” (Template included)
Video 9 – Final thoughts and how to make the most of your trade mark.
The Brand Protection Toolkit costs just £199 + VAT* (£238.80) and comes with a 30-day full money back guarantee.
*When you make your trade mark application you will have to pay an application fee to the Intellectual Property Office. These fees vary depending on the number of trade marks you register and the number of classes you register. For online applications, prices start at £170 for one trade mark in one class. Additional classes are charged at £50 each. VAT is not payable on IPO fees. IPO fees are not included in the price of the Brand Protection Toolkit.