One of the first decisions entrepreneurs make is the name of their business. Your clients may come to you and ask about protecting that business name so others don’t use it. Whether your client is just starting out or expanding an empire with a new venture, you’ll need to be prepared with the right guidance. Do you need to partner with a lawyer? How do you safeguard your clients’ IP in the process? What can be (and cannot be) protected?
Nellie Akalp, CEO of CorpNet.com, will go over in detail all the options to safeguard a business name including registering the name officially with the state(s) where it operates and/or applying for a trademark.
Nellie Akalp is a passionate entrepreneur, small business expert, and mother of four. She is the CEO of CorpNet.com, a trusted resource for Business Incorporation, LLC Filings, and Corporate Compliance Services in all 50 states. Nellie and her team recently launched a partner program for accountants, bookkeepers, CPAs, and other professionals to help them streamline the business incorporation and compliance process for their clients. More info at CorpNet.com/partners.
CorpNet.com is your trusted resource for business incorporation, LLC filings, and corporate compliance services in all 50 states. Through the CorpNet Partner Program, accountants, CPAs, enrolled agents, bookkeepers, and QB ProAdvisors can now offer business formation and corporate compliance services to their clients in any state. Learn more at: CorpNet.com/partners