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Trademark registration


A trademark is a recognizable sign, design or expression which identifies products or services of a particular source from those of others. The trademark owner can be an individual, business organization, or any legal entity. A trademark may be located on a package, a label, a voucher or on the product itself. For the sake of corporate identity trademarks are also being displayed on company buildings.

Registering your trademark means that you have the exclusive right to use the trademark in relation to the goods and services for which the mark is registered. If other traders use it in relation to the same or similar goods or services without your consent, they may be liable for infringement of your mark and you may take legal action. If you do not register your mark, it is harder to prove that you are the ‘owner’ of the mark and as such your protection is limited.


It is highly advised to start the process of the trademark registration when you are setting up your company, since the entire procedure may take more than 6 months.




Once your trademark has been accepted for registration, the Registrar of Trade Marks will enter the details of your trademark into the trade marks register and you will be issued with a certificate of registration. 


Search of product on request

For European clients looking for specific products made in China, we will contact the manufacturer of the product and will assist during the negotiation process. If our clients wish to take a closer look at several products, we will help them to participate in one of the Chinese export fairs where there is the opportunity to examine a wide range of goods produced by Chinese manufacturers.


We will provide assistance during talks and negotiations through our interpreter service. 

Launch of products onto the Chinese market

We are providing assistance for clients who wish to launch their products into the Chinese market.

Despite a difficult economic climate in Europe and the United States, China’s economy has continued to grow by double-digit rates over the last few years. Due to China’s rapidly changing demographics, rising incomes, and increased consumer spending, the challenge of the country’s market entry has become an increasingly important one for forward thinking Western companies.

Our company will provide you with the list of licenses and certifications that have to be prepared for the launch of a given product and also help with their preparation.

If you are considering launching your product in one of the largest countries of the world, please do not hesitate to  CONTACT US.



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One of the most important factors of creating a successful company is advertising. 
Since our European clients may have to face some challenges in regard to marketing activities in the Far East, we can assist in design and development of marketing materials.

We have an experienced team who have developed a wide range of marketing material including branded products, brochures, leaflets etc. that have resulted in improving businesses profile, reputation and client base. 


For further information on this service, please do not hesitate to CONTACT US.

 

Establishment of sales network

For further information on this service, please CONTACT US.


Manufacture of products

For further information on this service, please CONTACT US.


Legal representation in China

We have established cooperation with local lawyers, and can organise reliable, efficient legal representation for our clients.

 

Toll manufacturing

For clients who would like to manufacture their own products in China, we provide help in sourcing and engaging the most suitable manufacturers/factories. 
 





Setting up an NGO

If required, Union Secretary can assist in the establishment of a Non-Governmental/ Non-profit Organization. 


NGOs are non-profit social organizations that function independently of government. They generally serve some social purposes and are self-regulating.

These are formed on a voluntary basis and have institutional identity – they have organizational and operational rules, and operate continuously. Operational rules and Joint Decisions are self determined, operating on a voluntary, self-motivated, and charitable basis. NGOs need to be transparent as they work for the public welfare and common good.