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Each and every NGO is unique, so should be their name and trademark. Trademarks distinguish the services and brand image of the NGO from others. Let Finango help you to get your trademark registered.
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Name recognition is extremely important for soliciting support and raising funds especially in this environment where resources are limited. A trademark makes an NGO stand apart in the eyes of the donors and the general public. Trademark registration confers the exclusive right to the use of the trademark to the NGO. Trademark is the unique symbol or sign which will be used for the identification of the NGO.
Any NGO registered as a Trust, Society or section 8 Company can get their trademark registered.
The trademark registration is valid for 10 years and can be renewed easily at a very low cost and in no time.
Note:- All the documents have to be self-certified
In case a trademark application has been filed by a trademark attorney or a trademark agent or a constituted attorney, then a power of attorney (Form TM 48) must be executed by the applicant in favor of the trademark filing agent
Since trademarks are used to identify a company or brand, it makes the most sense to file for trademark protection on the brand name, logo or image. So, if you are investing in a brand image, you should seek a trademark registration to protect it.
If you decide not to trademark your logo, you do acquire trademark rights simply by using it in connection with your products or services.
If the trademark is already approved then it is very difficult to get approval for the same. However if the trademark is unique and special it definitely gets the approval.
The Trademark Registry has classified goods and services under 45 classes. Each class lists a host of goods/services and depending on those you are offering, you need to mention the class or classes on your trademark application. The trademark would be registered and protected under those classes only.
As soon as the Trademark receives an acknowledgement the TM symbol can be used.