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What is a Trade Mark?
What is a Trade Mark?
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Written by Sriyanka Nakarmi
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Hong Kong 

A trade mark is a sign which can be represented graphically and is capable of distinguishing the goods or services from one provider to another are registrable as trade mark. The owner of a registered trade mark has the exclusive right to use the trade mark in relation to the goods and services for which the mark is registered in Hong Kong. To know more click here.


A trade mark is a sign that you can use to distinguish your business’ goods or services from those of other traders. It can be represented graphically in the form of your company’s logo or a signature. To know more click here


A trade mark is a way of identifying a unique product or service. A good trade mark distinguishes your business from other traders. To know more click here.

United Kingdom

Trademarks are badges of origin. They distinguish the goods or services of one trader from another and can take many forms; for example words, slogans, logos, shapes, colours and sounds. To know more click here.

Trademarks are registered for specific goods or services within individual subjects, known as classes. It is possible for others to register identical or similar marks as long as it is in a different, unconnected class.  For example Swan rental cars, Swan matches and Swan electrics. There are 45 classes to choose from, a list of which can be found here.   

New Zealand 

A trade mark identifies a unique product or service, it can be used to distinguish your goods or services in the market place. To know more click here.



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