Every business creates and uses intellectual property (IP). Whether it is your website content, your brand and get up, your product design or your marketing material. All of this is unique to you and your business.
These unique identifiers are valuable business assets. Customers use them to understand and identify important messages about your business, such as your reputation, quality standards and expectations.
Indelible IP helps you identify and protect these unique features through trade mark and design registration, and by ensuring that your business has the mechanisms in place to identify, protect and monitor use.
Backed by over 20 years experience in the IP field, Indelible IP is here to guide you through the process to ensure that some of your most valuable business assets are secure.
Friendly and approachable, we combine flexibility and highly competitive fees to ensure that you receive excellent service and standards of advice but with that all important personal touch – all provided the way you want it.
Based in Monmouthshire we work in particular across South and Mid Wales, the South West and Welsh Borders, including Newport, Cardiff, Swansea, Herefordshire, Gloucestershire, Shropshire, Bristol, Bath and Swindon.
To find out how Indelible IP can help your business get in touch for a free initial consultation.
Intellectual property, or IP, is often defined as “creations of the mind”, so it is not surprising that it helps to protect important visual assets, which in a business sense often mean website content, brands and product design.
IP can be broken down into a number of types
Registered trade marks protect brand elements such as names, logos, and straplines, and can even extend to shapes, colours, sounds and even smells.
These rights protect new aspects of the appearance of a product, such as shape, pattern and ornamentation. Both the UK and wider EU recognise registered and unregistered design rights. Registered rights usually last for 25 years if all renewal fees are paid.
This is an automatic right arising at the point of creation. In the UK there is no official registration system. Copyright protects a range of literary and artistic rights, such as website content, marketing material, photographs, and your logo.
These protect technical innovations in products and processes. They are granted for a 20 year period from application, with the trade off for protection being disclosure of detail.
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