Friday, 11 November 2016
When starting a business, it is vital you choose the right name for your firm. With a memorable name, your business can distinguish itself from competitors and develop a robust brand identity, presenting itself as a trusted provider of goods and services to your target market. In order to help you develop a strong name, Turner Little examines four of the key considerations of naming your business.
Fresh data from the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS) indicates that the number of privately-owned businesses operating in the UK has now hit a new record high.
Record creation rates Data released in 2015 suggested that almost half of UK adults want to start a business. In this poll, 45% of adults surveyed said that consumer spending habits and improving lifestyle conditions would put them at an advantage if they chose to start their own company. Also Brexit has devalued the Pound, bringing new opportunities for small firms who operate in sectors such as export and tourism.
Read the full article: Number of Private UK Firms Reaches New Heights
Friday, 28 October 2016
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It is wise to use trademarks to protect your firm’s intellectual property (IP), to gain a competitive edge in your chosen industry. Trademarks are governed by British and European regulations, so what happens when the UK leaves the EU? Turner Little asks: how could Brexit change trademark protection?
Read the full article on whether Brexit will impact current trademark issues on the Turner Little blog.
Read the full article on the Turner Little blog.