European Union Trademark No. 000537852 (Word) Trademark register: EUIPO Status: registration expired

 
Word mark

CDP
The European Union Trademark for CDP (Word) was filed on 14.05.1997 for goods and services in class(es) 35 and 36 at the European Union Intellectual Property Office (EUIPO). The current status of the trademark No. 000537852 CDP is 'registration expired'.


 
Trademark information
NameCDP
TypeWord
RegisterEuropean Union Intellectual Property Office (EUIPO)
 
Filing date14.05.1997
Registration date07.08.2002
Expiry date14.05.2007
 
Nice classes35 and 36
RepresentativeLEWIS SILKIN LLP
 EC4A 1BL London, GB
 
Goods and Services (the trademark is registered for the following goods and services)
Class 35 : Advertising, sales promotion, publicity and marketing services; appraisals, investigations, research and management assistance, all relating to business; market research; advertising agencies; advertising by mail order; updating of advertising material; dissemination of advertising matter; rental of advertising space; bill-posting; business consultancy; compilation of information into computer databases; direct mail advertising; modelling for advertising or sales promotion; personnel recruitment; public relations; publicity agencies; publication of publicity texts; radio advertising and radio commercials; none of the aforesaid services being provided in respect of business activities in the fields of banking, insurance, investment, finance or financial planning; not including any services relating to the organisation of fairs, exhibitions and fashion shows.... More
Class 36 : Financial sponsorship; organization of financial sponsors; charitable fund raising; organization of fund raising for charities; none of the aforesaid services being provided in respect of business activities in the fields of banking, insurance, investment, finance or financial planning.
 
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