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What we believe in!

We Serve to protect.

We believe that one’s idea should be protected from unauthorized use. We have a mission of protecting your intellectual property to improve the performance of world leading corporations, educational research institute and law firms.

What we believe in!

We Serve to protect.

We believe that one’s idea should be protected from unauthorized use. We have a mission of protecting your intellectual property to improve the performance of world leading corporations, educational research institute and law firms.

We are proud of our skills!

What makes us special ?

Our team of experts who have acquired analytics techniques over the years are equipped enough to have an eye for detail and recognize possible law suits.

Our carefully crafted researching and analysis techniques which is backed by calculated permutation and combinations to see what scenario would be the best for your business model.

We Believe in Your Ideas!

Frequently Asked Questions

What is a patent?2020-01-19T18:11:22+00:00

A patent is an exclusive right granted for an invention. In other words, a patent is an exclusive right to a product or a process that generally provides a new way of doing something, or offers a new technical solution to a problem. To get a patent, technical information about the invention must be disclosed to the public in a patent application.

The patent owner may give permission to, or license, other parties to use the invention on mutually agreed terms. The owner may also sell the right to the invention to someone else, who will then become the new owner of the patent. Once a patent expires, the protection ends, and an invention enters the public domain; that is, anyone can commercially exploit the invention without infringing the patent.

How are patents relevant to my business?2020-01-19T18:11:28+00:00

While it is certainly true that not all enterprises develop patentable inventions, it is a wrong to believe that patents only apply to complex physical or chemical processes and products or that they are only useful to large corporations. Patents can be obtained for any area of technology from paper clips to computers. Most patents aren’t granted for groundbreaking scientific breakthroughs, but rather for inventions that make improvements to existing inventions. For example the second or third generation of a product or a process, that works in a more cost-effective or efficient manner.

Certain countries also have specific legal provisions for protecting incremental innovations. These are called utility models and they tend to have a shorter duration than patents and are generally easier to obtain.

What Is Competitive Intelligence?2020-01-19T18:11:35+00:00

CI is a necessary, ethical business discipline for decision making based on understanding the competitive environment.

Isn’t it true that CI is only important for big businesses?2020-01-19T18:11:46+00:00

No. Clearly, executives at many global companies — like Xerox, IBM, and Motorola — have already realized the importance of CI and have developed their own operations. But small businesses, like large corporations, must compete in the marketplace. It’s just as important for decision makers in small businesses to know what lies ahead as for CEOs at Fortune 500 companies.

Why should I commission market research?2020-01-19T18:11:55+00:00

Whether you are looking to enter a new market, build your position in a market, create a new brand, find out how satisfied customers or employees are, target markets more efficiently, develop a new product, or test the effectiveness of an advertising campaign, the purpose of market research is to reduce risk. Market research is the systematic collection, analysis and interpretation of information relevant to marketing decisions.

What is a trademark?2020-01-19T18:12:01+00:00

A trademark (popularly known as brand name) in layman’s language is a visual symbol which may be a word signature, name, device, label, numerals or combination of colors used by one undertaking on goods or services or other articles of commerce to distinguish it from other similar goods or services originating from a different undertaking.

Who benefits from a trademark?2020-01-19T18:12:07+00:00

The Registered Proprietor of a trademark can create establish and protect the goodwill of his products or services, he can stop other traders from unlawfully using his trademark, sue for damages and secure destruction of infringing goods and or labels

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Frequently Asked Questions

What is a patent?2020-01-19T18:11:22+00:00

A patent is an exclusive right granted for an invention. In other words, a patent is an exclusive right to a product or a process that generally provides a new way of doing something, or offers a new technical solution to a problem. To get a patent, technical information about the invention must be disclosed to the public in a patent application.

The patent owner may give permission to, or license, other parties to use the invention on mutually agreed terms. The owner may also sell the right to the invention to someone else, who will then become the new owner of the patent. Once a patent expires, the protection ends, and an invention enters the public domain; that is, anyone can commercially exploit the invention without infringing the patent.

How are patents relevant to my business?2020-01-19T18:11:28+00:00

While it is certainly true that not all enterprises develop patentable inventions, it is a wrong to believe that patents only apply to complex physical or chemical processes and products or that they are only useful to large corporations. Patents can be obtained for any area of technology from paper clips to computers. Most patents aren’t granted for groundbreaking scientific breakthroughs, but rather for inventions that make improvements to existing inventions. For example the second or third generation of a product or a process, that works in a more cost-effective or efficient manner.

Certain countries also have specific legal provisions for protecting incremental innovations. These are called utility models and they tend to have a shorter duration than patents and are generally easier to obtain.

What Is Competitive Intelligence?2020-01-19T18:11:35+00:00

CI is a necessary, ethical business discipline for decision making based on understanding the competitive environment.

Isn’t it true that CI is only important for big businesses?2020-01-19T18:11:46+00:00

No. Clearly, executives at many global companies — like Xerox, IBM, and Motorola — have already realized the importance of CI and have developed their own operations. But small businesses, like large corporations, must compete in the marketplace. It’s just as important for decision makers in small businesses to know what lies ahead as for CEOs at Fortune 500 companies.

Why should I commission market research?2020-01-19T18:11:55+00:00

Whether you are looking to enter a new market, build your position in a market, create a new brand, find out how satisfied customers or employees are, target markets more efficiently, develop a new product, or test the effectiveness of an advertising campaign, the purpose of market research is to reduce risk. Market research is the systematic collection, analysis and interpretation of information relevant to marketing decisions.

What is a trademark?2020-01-19T18:12:01+00:00

A trademark (popularly known as brand name) in layman’s language is a visual symbol which may be a word signature, name, device, label, numerals or combination of colors used by one undertaking on goods or services or other articles of commerce to distinguish it from other similar goods or services originating from a different undertaking.

Who benefits from a trademark?2020-01-19T18:12:07+00:00

The Registered Proprietor of a trademark can create establish and protect the goodwill of his products or services, he can stop other traders from unlawfully using his trademark, sue for damages and secure destruction of infringing goods and or labels