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Antonio Davila was determined to find a way to properly apply for a trademark registration for Euro-Tech Motors and found the help he needed with AKeyMark.
We know the trademark registration process can be confusing!
So we’ve broken it down into 4 basic steps in our Trademark Registration Process Infographic. Learn the entire process your trademark application goes through from submission to registration.
Prepare to file your trademark application with our handy Trademark Questionnaire Checklist!
The following is a list of items you may need in order to successfully complete your AKeyMark Questionnaire and file your trademark application correctly with the US Trademark Office. Don’t worry, if you have any questions about your trademark application, the AKeyMark team is here to help!
What is a Trademark?
Trademarks are words, phrases, symbols or designs that identify and distinguish the source of your goods or services from those of others. Trademarks may be words, phrases, or logos, but combinations of colors, sounds, and even odors have also been registered. Simply put, a trademark is what your customers recognize as your brand.