The purpose of the Trademark
registration number 215348
The „cuborum” trademark represents a symbol of an effective teaching method.
Further objectives of the trademark:
Our trademark consists of three cubes which are slightly rotated and put on the top of one another, and a line figure climbs up on them with a plaid floating cap over his head.
Our trademark shows the structure of our teaching method, the "tower of knowledge",which is formed by the logical elements of grammatical structure.
A trademark, trade mark, or trade-mark is a recognizable sign, design or expression which identifies products or services of a particular source from those of others. The trademark owner can be an individual, business organization, or any legal entity.
The definition of a trademark is a legally protected identifying symbol or words that belongs to a particular brand, company or person and that is associated with that brand.
The actual elements or designs that are considered a trademark are somewhat flexible, since a trademark can be words, pictures, logos, phrases or a combination of all of these things. However, there are some essential elements to the definition of a trademark:
Trademarks are identifying factors that consumers can use to relate to a company’s offered products or services.
Trademarks are used so that customers can easily differentiate between the products and services offered by one company and those offered by other competitive companies.
Trademarks can also be simple characteristics that are used for identification. This is often the case for trademarks concerning celebrities.
Owners of registered trademarks are able to file suit against anyone who infringes upon the use of their trademarks.
Registered trademarks are represented by an upper case R encased in a circle, similar to a copyright symbol. Example: Name of Trademark ®
Trademark protection is a key legal protection for our business. By registering and protecting our trademark we can also protect an important part of the image of our company.
Any phrase, name, word, or graphic logo used by one manufacturer or marketer to distinguish its products from those of all others. The body of law that is concerned with how businesses uniquely differentiate their products.
A trademark’s main purpose is to assure the genuineness of an article, and it is roughly equivalent to a commercial signature. For a trademark to be eligible for national protection, it must be distinctive, attached to a product that is actually marketed, and registered with Trademark Office.(Hungary, Budapest, H-1054, Garibaldi utca 2.)