You can find ready-made trademarks for your startup here at RedCoin IP.

You’ve got a great idea for a business: it will be the next big thing and will take off before you know it. However, before you name your company, you should consider protecting the name of the business or the goods and services you offer through a trademark registration.  It is often a complex and expensive exercise to secure a new trademark registration from a new filing. That’s where RedCoin IP comes in: we have an extensive library of ready-made trademarks waiting for you to purchase and use!

You can find a wide range of ready-made trademarks for your startup here on RedCoin IP – and they’re all guaranteed to be unique and original. It’s easy to use our service: click on a category, type in your keywords, and let us do the rest.  By searching the RedCoin database you can find the perfect trademark for your business!

Buying a ready-made trademark is the easiest way for you to get the protection you need in your startup business.

What are the benefits of using a ready-made trade mark?

The benefit of using a ready-made trademark is that it will save you time and money and helps you to secure protection for your business later on. It also gives your business an edge over others because the trademark may already have some reputation and goodwill set in the market.

Ready-made trademarks are trademarks that have already been approved and registered by Intellectual Property Offices. This means that they have been thoroughly vetted, so you don’t have to worry about whether or not they’ll be approved for registration.

Ready-made trademarks are often less expensive, too: they’re often much cheaper than filing and pursuing your own trademark application.

What is a ready-made trademark?

A ready-made trademark is a mark you can use right out of the box. It’s not just any trademark, though – it has already met specific criteria:

  1. The mark is distinctive and unique, and not confusingly similar to other marks already in use.
  2. The mark has been deemed suitable for registration in certain specific classes of goods and services.
  3. The mark has not been considered descriptive. For example, if you want to sell shoes made out of wood, then “Wooden Shoes” would be considered too descriptive and would not be an appropriate ready-made trademark.

We hope you’ve found the information in this guide useful!

If you’re ready to start your search for a strong, original trademark, we encourage you to start here at RedCoin IP. We have a large database of pre-existing trademarks waiting for someone to claim them and use as their own.