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WYNNE-JONES IP EXTENDS ONLINE BRAND PROTECTION SERVICES
Cheltenham, 23 March 2016, Cheltenham-based, leading Intellectual Property firm, Wynne-Jones IP, has announced a new partnership with names.co.uk, a professional online solutions company. Wynne-Jones IP and names.co.uk have collaborated to offer customers a unique online brand protection service, enabling brand owners to safeguard their digital presence.
This joint venture will allow both companies to extend their customer reach, and services offered. Available for any company from SME to corporate sized businesses, the package is dedicated to firm’s looking for a 360-degree service related to their brand’s online protection.
“Maintaining and protecting digital assets for businesses and brands is key,” began Ian Beaumont, Business Development Manager at names.co.uk. “Offering a complete online brand protection package including trade mark and brand management services is something names.co.uk has always wanted to achieve. Wynne-Jones IP was the perfect partner to work with on this project due to expertise, knowledge and great reputation.
The full service will include domain name management, domain acquisition, registration for UK and EU trade marks and brand management, which involves monitoring a brand’s digital footprint across multiple points of the Internet, highlighting all potential risks.
Also provided as part of the package is a generic Top Level Domain (gTLD) service where the most appropriate strategy to best protect a brand will be advised and reliable Domain Name System (DNS) options added to ensure domains always operate smoothly. Working directly with names.co.uk, Wynne-Jones IP will handle all trade mark related activity.
“This is a really exciting prospect for us at Wynne-Jones IP. It will allow us to offer a value added service whilst tapping into an entirely new customer base. The partnership with names.co.uk has many exciting prospects and we are looking forward to working with them throughout the year and onwards,” added Gareth Jenkins, Trade Mark Partner at Wynne-Jones IP.