Toronto Canadian Trademark Search SuperSearchTM Service Unveiled

Toronto based trademark search expert, Witmart Trademark Service Team, has launched a newly updated service. They help clients to search and register trademarks quickly and easily and are known for their high-quality service.

Toronto, Canada - August 14, 2019 /PressCable/ —

Witmart Trademark Service Team has launched a newly updated Canadian trademark search service known as SuperSearch for clients looking to register their trademarks. The trademark experts streamline the complicated process for every client, taking care of the paperwork and other aspects of the search and registration process.

More information can be found at: https://trademark.witmart.com/canada/search

Witmart Trademark Service Team has built a reputation on its friendly, attentive and personal service. Each project starts with a one-to-one consultation and risk analysis, helping to ensure a seamless process without any hiccups.

Once the process begins, a local trademark expert will advise the client and navigate the complicated systems and processes with them on their behalf. This makes finding and registering trademarks easier than ever before.

For the client, there are just three steps to registering their trademarks. First, they search to determine availability, then the trademark agents file their application, and thirdly the client just has to sit back and relax, receiving their trademark in as little as three days.

Witmart Trademark Service Team is headquartered in downtown Toronto, and provides innovative and high quality professional international trademark services to clients both small and large. Regardless of their needs, Witmart is able to help.

They state: “Our mission is to help business owners navigate the risks and complications of protecting intellectual property. Every client has one-on-one access to our trademark specialists, certified agents and paralegals. Using advanced technologies, our streamlined trademark solutions enhance the client experience — without the overpriced fees of a traditional law firm.”

The SuperSearch is among the best search service in the market, and makes it easy to get the ball rolling. This is important, because the Canadian Intellectual Property Office recommends conducting a complete trademark search before applying to register.

Once the trademark has been determined as available, Witmart can help the client with every stage of the process.

Full details of the options available can be found on the URL above, and interested parties can get in touch at: 1 855-497-7273.

Contact Info:
Name: Witmart Trademark Service Team
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Organization: Witmart Trademark Service Team
Address: 34 King Street East Suite 500, Toronto, ON M5C 2X8, Canada
Phone: +1-855-497-7273
Website: https://trademark.witmart.com/

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 88907814

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