Your business is unique and deserves to be remembered. We dig deeper to create your trademark with expertise and a passion to capture your brand in a unique and powerful way.
Question: How will you protect your unique trademark and intellectual property in the on-line world of copy-cats and thieves?
Now you can have the peace of mind that your brand is yours. At long last we have a resource we can confidently refer our clients and are very pleased to announce a new strategic alliance with IPPES (Intellectual Property Protection and Enforcement Specialists), a Michigan-based company. Tim Kroninger founded IPPES with a mission to help small and medium-sized businesses find the same quality, brand protection and enforcement services as the big guys.
Tim’s background in the branding and marketing of national brands, combined with his expertise as an intellectual property attorney make him a perfect resource for Identity Graphic Design and the trademark protection needs of our clients. Prior to IPPES, our clients had to choose between costly and open-ended attorney fees or untested and impersonal on-line DIY legal sites.
IPPES provides superior protection, enforcement and development services for their clients’ trademarks, brands, copyrights and other proprietary material with expertise, customer-first service and fixed-fee pricing.
Clients can choose to include brand identity protection with one of our identity packages or work directly with IPPES.
Now, you can have peace of mind and confidence knowing that your trademark and slogan are uniquely and legally yours.
To learn more, call us or contact IPPES directly via email at www.IPPES.com/contact-us or call, 248.519.2344.
Q: So, what’s a trademark—in layman’s terms, please?
A trademark is anything that is used, or intended to be used, to identify the goods of one company from the goods of others. In the business world, a trademark is commonly referred to as a brand name or brand.Trademarks include words, names, symbols and logos—anything that distinctly identifies a company’s products from others can be a trademark. A service mark is similar to a trademark except it is used to identify a company’s services.
For more valuable information, visit the IPPES site at www.IPPES.com/media/ip