Logo Registration in Vellore
Rapidly progressing Vellore is an internationally well-known city of the south India, owing to its medical and technical institutions, medical tourism, and export of finished leather goods and products. Its convenient location in vicinity to cities like Chennai (about 150 Km) and Bangalore (approximately 215 Km), has been very productive for industrial and commercial progress of Vellore in many other economic fields. In recent past years, this growth-oriented city of Tamil Nadu has been making fast strides in many new economic fields which are listed below. Provided is rich and very productive information in this web-article about the logo registration services in vellore by ours globally well-known law firm, to promote industrial and commercial growth in this glamorous city.For availing our rich and swift services for logo registration in vellore, the following features are points are noteworthy:
- The domestic registrations for logos belonging to companies and industries of Vellore are governed and regulated by the divisional trademark office of Chennai, as there is no logo registration office in vellore, recognized by government for this purpose.
- To help in extending the businesses of companies and industries of Vellore to foreign countries, registrations of their logos under the Berne Convention, TRIPS Agreement, Madrid protocol, and the CTM, are also well-guided by our trademark lawyers of international renown.
- During the complete logo registration process in vellore, for both national and international logo registrations, our lawyers offer all necessary services, covering the services for logo creation, filing and offering prosecution for registration, and disposal of all opposing cases.
- Almost all major and most significant economic fields of this internationally famous city are served by our legal services, covering the fields of tannery and leather industries, medical tourism, education and teaching, automotive, electronics, agro-products and agricultural trading, telecommunications, sanitary ware, nature and religious tourism, manufacturing, chemicals, and services.