Suffolk trade mark specialist, Ward Trade Marks, one of the UK’s leading trade mark attorneys, has announced the acquisition of three new clients for its registration and protection service since the start of the New Year.
Built on founder Rachael Ward’s quarter century of trade mark expertise, Ward Trade Marks has established itself from 2014 onwards as a market-leading specialist law firm among both major corporates and small and medium-sized enterprises.
The company now has a client base has picked up dozens of clients, both in the UK and overseas, in a wide range of different market sectors.
The three new clients are Hill.st, TukTuk Creative Marketing and LOWeurope.
Hill.st (www.hill.st) is located in Saffron Walden in Essex and is a specialist quality chocolatier targeting both the consumer and the trade markets.
taffordshire-based TukTuk Creative Marketing (www.tuktukcreativemarketing.co.uk) is a brand solutions company, bringing together some of the best copywriters, photographers, developers and marketing brains to offer clients a full creative service.
With offices in both Cambridge and Brussels, LOWeurope (www.loweurope.eu) is a strategic communications consultancy, specialising in creating policy-rich events, managing complex programmes, PR and all types of marketing communications; and EU related public affairs.
Sally Low, the co-founder of the company, explained the rationale for signing up with Ward Trade Marks.
“We carry out pan European projects for a range of clients (including the European Commission), and it was important to us that we protected both our company name and our award-winning logo throughout Europe. Ward Trade Marks has provided us with excellent advice and highly efficient service.”
According to Rachael Ward “although each of our new business wins is in a distinct market sector, they are all focused on providing quality products and services.
To do this effectively, they know that registering and protecting their trade marks – an essential element of their reputation – has to be handled as a professional specialism – and not a bolt-on.
“We are delighted to be working with all three!”
Trade marks comprise logos, straplines, words and other visual ways of representing a brand. They are a vital part of a company’s identity, a symbol of their relationship with customers and a key asset on their balance sheets.
Failure to register trade marks correctly in different countries may mean they can be used by competitor companies.
Notes to Editors
Ward Trade Marks represents dozens of companies of all sizes and across many sectors, including property, animation, soft drinks and leisure.