Trademark Registration Australia - $200 Off July Promotion | Foundd Legal

Why Register A Trademark

In today's competitive business landscape, protecting your brand is more crucial than ever. One of the most effective ways to safeguard your business identity and reputation is through trademark registration. Are you ready to protect the brand you’ve built? For a limited time this July 2024, we're offering $200 off our professional fees to prepare and apply for your trade mark. If you’ve being thinking about but putting off this step, this is your sign to not delay any longer. Don’t miss this exclusive opportunity to secure your brand identity and reap the benefits of a registered trade mark in Australia. Read on to learn why trademarking your business is essential and how you can take advantage of this special offer. 

Understanding Trademarks in Australia 

A trademark is a sign used to distinguish the goods or services of one business from those of others. It can include words, logos, symbols, or a combination of these. In Australia, trademarks are registered with IP Australia, providing the owner with exclusive rights to use the mark. 

Why Register a Trademark? 

1. Legal Protection

Registering a trademark gives you the legal right to prevent others from using your mark without permission. This is essential in avoiding copycats and ensuring that your brand remains unique. 

2. Brand Recognition

A trademark helps in building and maintaining brand recognition. Customers associate the trademark with the quality and reputation of your products or services. 

3. Asset Value

A registered trademark is a valuable business asset. It can increase your business's market value and can be sold or licensed, providing additional revenue streams. 

4. Market Position

Having a trademark can strengthen your market position by making it difficult for competitors to use similar branding. 

The Trademark Registration Process 

Registering a trademark in Australia involves several steps: 

1. Viability

Trade marks can only be registered where they meet certain criteria set out by the Trade Marks Act. For example, trade marks cannot contain generic phrases or descriptions or any profanity.  

2. Search

Conduct a trademark search to ensure your mark is not deceptively similiar or substantially identical to a mark already in use/registered.  This can be done through IP Australia's database. 

3. Application

Submit a trademark application through IP Australia. This includes providing details about your business, the types of goods and/or services you will offer and the mark you wish to register. 

4. Examination

IP Australia will examine your application to ensure it meets all legal requirements. 

5. Publication

If your application is accepted, it will be published in the Australian Official Journal of Trade Marks. This allows others to oppose the registration if they believe it infringes on their rights. 

6. Registration

If no opposition is received, your trademark will be registered, and you'll receive a certificate of registration. 

Common Challenges in Trademark Registration 

  • Descriptive trademarks - these are trademarks that are purely descriptive of the goods or services may not be registrable. Choosing a distinctive trademark is key. 
  • Choosing the right Classes - the application process requires the trademark be associated with specific classes and claims within those classes. Choosing the wrong classes can mean you negate any benefit of having a registered trade mark.  
  • Similarity to Existing Trademarks - Your application may be rejected if your trademark is too similar to an existing trademark. Conducting a thorough search beforehand can mitigate this risk. 
  • Complex Application Process -The process can be complex and time-consuming. Professional assistance can ensure your application is completed correctly and efficiently. 

Why Take Advantage of Our July Promotion? 

For a limited time, we are offering $200 off our professional fees to prepare and apply for your  trademark. This offer is designed to make it more affordable for businesses to protect their brand. Here’s why you should take advantage of this promotion: 

1. Cost Savings

Trademark registration can be expensive. Our promotion helps reduce the financial burden, allowing you to invest in other areas of your business. 

2. Professional Guidance

With our expertise, we can guide you through the process, ensuring your application has the best chance of success. 

3. Peace of Mind

Knowing that your brand is legally protected gives you peace of mind, allowing you to focus on growing your business. 

How to Claim Your $200 Discount 

To claim your discount, simply complete the application form before the end of July and mention the promo code: TM200. Our team will assist you in starting your trademark application process and applying the discount. 

Don't leave your brand unprotected. Registering a trademark in Australia is a crucial step in securing your business's future. With our exclusive July promotion, you can save $200 on your application. Contact us today to take advantage of this limited-time offer and ensure your brand is legally protected. 

By securing a trademark, you're not just protecting your brand; you're investing in your business's growth and success. Don't miss out on this opportunity to safeguard your business identity. 


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