Are you an entrepreneur, an artist, an inventor, a designer? You may be the owner of tangible property such as land or a building. You have furniture, stationery, equipment, inventory, etc. You probably know exactly the value of each item and have wisely endorsed the adequate protection of all tangible assets so important to the daily operations of your business. In case of damage or theft, you can quickly demonstrate using the appropriate documents that these assets were part of all of your property.
But did you consider your intangible assets, that is to say, your ideas, processes or methods, your literary or artistic works, your website, your names and images, your slogan? These are the result of hard work of creativity and innovation. They are part of a category of objects that we call intellectual property (IP). IP is as important to your business as it allows you to firmly establish your place in the marketplace and increase your competitiveness. It can even be used as leverage when negotiating a loan. Is it not sound for you to recognize and evaluate the IP attached to your business?
We invite you to take the time to inventory all of your valuable intangibles. Contact us, www.belotip.com
Belot Trademark Services' Intellectual Property Law team has developed valuable expertise for its clients which helps them maintain the necessary competitive edge in both the Canadian and the international markets. Our team combines the experience and the talent of professionals from major Canadian law firms with the personalized relationship offered by smaller firms and this provides quick trademark services at competitive rates.