In today’s cutthroat economy, the stakes have never been higher. Your company’s name is your most valuable asset and it’s under constant threat from competitors, cyber-squatters, and even companies in other markets. Don’t get dragged down. Join us for a seminar that will change the way you protect your business and reputation while standing out as the authoritative leader in your market.
Presenter Scott Kartsounes manages a portfolio of over a hundred trademarks for his businesses. In this lightning-speed educational seminar, Scott will unveil the secrets to securing your trademark, unleashing its full potential, and catapulting your brand to the top of the ladder.
Learn how to assess whether your company name qualifies to be trademarked, the exact steps to register your trademark in the U.S., the typical fees and timeline, and how to prepare for potential obstacles that could arise.
About Scott: Scott Kartsounes is the co-founder of Intelligence, Inc., developers of Event Intelligence®—the game-changing event booking, planning, and management platform trusted by thousands of DJs and photo booth operators in over two dozen countries. Intelligence, Inc. is also developer of Party Blast™, the go-to online event directory featuring thousands of top-notch event professionals in the U.S. & Canada. Scott Kartsounes holds a degree in Engineering from the University of Illinois Chicago, an MBA from National Louis University, and a certificate in Entrepreneurship from Harvard Business School. Scott also owned and operated one of the largest and most successful mobile entertainment companies in Chicago from 1990 to 2003. Your brand’s future is on the line. Join us for this seminar and let Scott Kartsounes equip you with the trademark knowledge you need to conquer the competition and rise to the top. Disclaimer: This presentation is for informational purposes only. Scott Kartsounes is not an attorney. The information provided in this seminar is opinion only and is not intended to be legal advice. You are advised to consult with a qualified attorney with questions specific to your situation.