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Early Stage, Step 3: Naming the entity

Editor's note: This is the third in a series of articles on developing start-up companies in the technology or biotechnology sectors.

Madison, Wis. - In Step 1 of our Early Stage series, we explained how to protect your intellectual property, and in Step 2 we discussed choosing a domain name. Now, in Step 3, we'll address choosing a trademark/......

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Next, search for the name that you are interested in to see if it is available. The website will show you whatever names are similar to or exactly like it in the State of Wisconsin. Remember, it is not the word or words to the right of the comma, such as Ltd., Inc., LLC, or the like. It is the word or words to t......

Full article >>> ness plan requires you to do business there, you may consider registering as Boucher of Wisconsin, LLC, or Boucher Legal Services, LLC, or something to differentiate you from the Seattle based Boucher, Inc that further research reveals to be a purveyor of gourmet coffee and specialty microbrews in the Pacific Northwest. In the alternative, if Washington State is not a particularly practical or mea......

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Source:wistechnology.com By Joe Boucher 11/17/06


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