Brands: what are they and how can I get them?

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By registering your trademark, you will enhance the legal protection afforded to your trademark. It ensures that the public knows the correct and accurate source of your business products or services. Trademark law helps your business differentiate itself from the competition and prevents others from becoming confused is yours Client. If you are planning to expand your business or project online, then you need to seriously consider trademark registration. To a small business owner, this process may seem daunting, but this workshop is specially designed to explain it in understandable terms and illustrate the steps involved in branding an application.

Learn more by participating in a free virtual workshop on Monday – March 29, 2021 at noon. Attorney Larry Donahue will host this tutorial that will help you learn everything “branding” for your business.

Sign up today by visiting the New Mexico Small Business Development Center Here.

You can also learn more about brands by watching Video.

Do you already have a trademark and just need to register it? We have you covered there, too. Visit our Trademark Registration page to learn more.

Law 4 Small Business, Personal Computer (L4SB). A little bit of law now can save a lot later. a slingshot a company.

Christy Donahue

author: Christy Donahue

Christie is the Director of Marketing (CMO) for Slingshot, the parent company of Law 4 Small Business (L4SB). She holds an MBA with a Psychology undergraduate. Christie was previously Senior Vice President at Albuquerque Bank and now leads the marketing efforts for six legal brands of the Slingshot Group of Companies.

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