We’re attending the Annual Meeting of the International Trademark Association (INTA); the largest gathering of trademark professionals in the world. More than 8,000 attendees will be keeping up to date on worldwide trends and new trademark developments.
We’ll be presenting the Namesco Partner Program developed specifically to meet the needs of legal firms offering their clients a complete and customisable online protection program without the burden of managing the technical, bureaucratic and administrative aspects related to it.
Namesco recognise the ever changing threats the internet poses and INTA’s Annual Meeting is the trademark community’s premier event for networking, continuing legal education, and committee and client meetings. Having protected the online reputation of some of the most important companies at a global level over the last ten years, we are very familiar with the difficulties encountered by legal firms and clients when they need to protect their brands or trademarks online as well as offline.
Managing large domain name portfolios and keeping up to date with the latest news from the domain name world can be extremely difficult and time consuming, unless there are resources expressly dedicated to this task. Domain name registration in all extensions, domain portfolio consolidation and management, as well as attentive web monitoring, are at the core of our Partner Program and are fully managed in house and then packaged according to our partners’ needs.
INTA is a not-for-profit membership association of 5,900 trademark owners, professionals and academics, from more than 190 countries, dedicated to the support and advancement of trademarks and related intellectual property as elements of fair and effective national and international commerce.
The Association was founded in 1878 by 17 merchants and manufacturers who saw a need for an organisation “to protect and promote the rights of trademark owners, to secure useful legislation and to give aid and encouragement to all efforts for the advancement and observance of trademark rights.” After 130 years INTA continues its mission to represent the trademark community, shape public policy and advance professional knowledge and development.