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Mummy’s Muse is Trademarked
Hooray! Our trademark certificate came through. Back in December I wrote about how it had taken a while for me to get round to filing for a trademark at with the Intellectual Property Office (IPO). In early March, the trademark was approved, and I received the paper work a few weeks ago.
I was nervous to do this because I felt that once it’s gone through, I’ve committed to certain things, like my logo. I mean technically I could change it and I could re-register another trademark, but something felt quite permanent about this. All in all, I’m happy it’s done.
I’m not too sure if there are other things I should be trying to trademark, such as other versions of my logos or any other visual identity. If you’re an IP lawyer and would like to give a young lady some free advice, I’d happily take it. For now, I’d like to remind you of my HUGE trademarked logo.
And On The Seventh Day
How do you do it all? This question is asked all the time when ‘successful people’ – actually, let’s be specific – ‘successful women’ are being interviewed. I’m sure it’s annoying to be asked this (especially as a woman), but I get why it’s asked. Everyone wants to know…the secret. Let’s face it, everyone is …
Seek Out Experts
This is one of those pieces of advice that seems so obvious but I constantly forget. Seek out experts. In an earlier post I wrote about no man being an island. When I wrote about this my emphasis was emotional support, this post is about practical skills. You should look for people who know things …
First Look At Flat Plans
One product, many colourways vs. one colourway, many products. This month has been about establishing which 4 or 5 products I’m going to build my first range around. Initially I had the idea of only going with one item and producing it in many different colourways and designs. Since then for a number or reasons, …