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Valuing trademarks


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A trademark is a sign which can distinguish goods and services from those of competitors. Trademarks need to be distinctive for the goods and services provided, or need to be recognised as a sign that differentiates goods or services as different from someone else’s. Trademarks, and the associated goodwill, can be important legal rights supporting brands, and in such circumstances a trademark valuation will have similarities with a brand valuation.

Widely adopted trademark valuation approaches

When carrying out a trademark valuation, Intangible Business adopts widely accepted approaches based on a combination of the income, market and cost approaches.

Focus of Intangible Business

The application of these approaches benefits from Intangible Business’ specific focus on forecasts, with research and analysis of market transactions for different but comparable assets where relevant information is difficult to obtain. Intangible Business adopts a thorough approach based on good knowledge and experience of how to find, analyse and present information in a way which better informs a trademark  valuation.

Intangible Business also ensures that the approaches used, and conclusions reached, are commercially balanced, realistic and consistent with analyses required for all the different reasons trademark valuations are required and carried out in practice.

Support to legal services

If trademark value is at stake, it will be a significant issue. Intangible Business is experienced in providing expert independent trademark valuation services for IP management, owners and their legal or other advisers in particular for: dispute resolution; corporate deals; IP management; and supporting other legal services.

If you have any questions, or if you would like us to value a trademark, trademark portfolio or brand, please call Stuart Whitwell or send him an email.