After a sporting weekend that sees an African on top of the leader board for The Open Championship, debut successes for an African sponsored team in the Tour De France and an English side in the Ashes series that, despite all efforts to rid themselves of colonial upstarts, still contains a Zimbabwean, we settle down for the #SandtonDiscussion to talk about the top 10 IP considerations for entrepreneurs. Be there or be square at 9am CAT today, Monday 20 July by following it on Twitter @ #SandtonDiscussion.
Action from last week:
Did a search yesterday for Zulu translation of an earlier #trademark #sandtondiscussion today should be interesting http://t.co/N0rE1y25lU— Salomé Hanli Le Roux (@salome_leroux) July 14, 2015
#sandtondiscussion - blast from the past- translations & TMs in SA. Afro-IP: Chameleon controversy http://t.co/mt02XKH9tE— Caroline B Ncube (@caro_ncube) July 13, 2015
The confusion occurring in this case is reverse confusion. Likelihood of confusion that Mr Zhou's products are NB's. #sandtondiscussion— Afro-IP (@afroip) July 13, 2015
@afroip TM filing strategy should mimic what customers do with brand in the country of interest #sandtondiscussion— Lita Qamata (@LQamata) July 13, 2015