Make Your Product Identity Legally With Our Trademark Registration Service
From searching for a trademark to completion, we provide a complete trademark registration service in Bangladesh. As a professional service provider, we will take all your hassles of trademark registration so you can focus on other business priorities. Get in touch with us today and register your trademark smoothly.
Own The Exclusive Rights To Your Brand Name, Slogans, & Logos with Trademark Registration
Department of Patents, Designs, and Trademarks (DPDT) govern the trademark registrations in Bangladesh. Any person who claims to be the proprietor of a trademark can send an appeal to the government authority. The applicant has to submit an application for the registration of a trademark to the Trademark Registry Wing of the DPDT.
Document And Other Necessary Requirements For Legal Application
An applicant must provide the following for completing the trademark registration:
Need to provide the name of the Mark /Logo/Device prints or representation.
The applicant’s name needs to be provided
Nationality & Address of the Applicant
Status of the applicant i.e. Manufacturers /Service Providers/ Merchandisers / other
Specification of Goods/Services and Class
Usage date of the mark
General Power of Attorney.
In 12 Easiest Ways We Ensure Valid Trademark Registration Process
We identify the specific needs of stakeholders such as investors, lenders, authorities, etc. through valuations of tangible assets, intangible assets, valuation for tax purposes; intellectual properties, and liabilities; determination of fair value and appraisal of investment proposals.
FAQs For Trademark Registration
A trademark has 10 years of initial protection after extended for another ten years.
Yes, If it is merely used to specify the URL or location at which a website may be located, it is inadequate.
No, the concept of a new invention cannot be patented on its own. To be eligible for patent protection, an innovation must be applied to a product or technique, as well as meet additional criteria such as being new, requiring an inventive step, and being capable of industrial application.
Yes, you certainly can. As long as the mark owner maintains control over the use of the mark and the caliber of goods or services provided under it, trademarks and service marks may be leased for use by others.