Goods and Services (the trademark is registered for the following goods and services)
Class 9 : Discs (magnetic), optical discs; CD-ROMs; sound, image and data carriers, notably sound recording discs, compact discs (audio, video, multimedia); video cassettes; apparatus for recording, transmission, reproduction and processing of data, sound and images; record players; loudspeakers; cassette readers, compact disc and optical disc readers; computers, notably computer servers, computer, data transmission and telephone terminals, notably for world-wide communications networks (such as the Internet) or private or restricted access networks (such as an Intranet); computer database servers; multimedia terminals, magnetic and optical data carriers, and in particular for database data; electronic memories; computer software, notably software for data processing, software for the creation, management, updating and operation of databases, software for providing electronic mail service access, software to provide access to a computer network or a data transmission network, notably to a worldwide communications network (such as the Internet) or private or restricted access networks (such as an Intranet); games software; apparatus for games adapted for use with television receivers only; slot machines, automatic.... More
Class 16 : Paper, cardboard; printed matter; pencils; bookbinding material; photographs; stationery; instructional and teaching material (except apparatus); plastic materials for packaging, namely bags, sachets, films and sheets of plastic for packaging; posters; advertisement boards of paper or cardboard; scrapbooks; stickers (items of stationery); tickets; pads (stationery); calendars; notebooks; note books; cards; playing cards; geographical maps; cardboard articles; catalogues; signboards of paper or cardboard; envelopes (stationery); graphic representations; printed timetables; printed pictures; printed matter; newspapers; photograph stands; postage stamps; prospectuses; publications; bookbindings; bookbinding material; directories; magazines (periodicals); bags (envelopes, pouches) of paper for packaging.... More
Class 18 : Bags namely beach bags, shopping bags, rucksacks, handbags, school bags, bags for campers, travelling bags, garment bags (for travel); school satchels; umbrellas; parasols.
Class 21 : Kitchen utensils and containers (not of precious metal or coated therewith); glassware, porcelain and earthenware not included in other classes, namely utensils and containers for household or kitchen purposes (not of precious metal or coated therewith); glasses, mugs, drinking flasks for travellers, combs, dishes, not of precious metal; pottery; drinking vessels; tableware (other than cutlery) not of precious metals.... More
Class 25 : Ready made clothing and among other bandannas, shirts, short-sleeved shirts, shawls, sweaters, socks, neckties, windcheaters, caps, headscarves, gloves, waistcoats, skirts, coats, trousers, parkas, dressing gowns, pullovers, dresses, house coats, sweatshirts, aprons, T-shirts, knitwear, stuff jackets, jackets, leatherwear; footwear, socks, esparto shoes or sandals.
Class 28 : Games; toys; gymnastic and sporting articles not included in other classes (except mats); balls and bowls for games; kites; targets; board games; electronic games other than those adapted for use with television receivers only; puppets; mobiles (toys); soft toys; dolls; board games.
Class 38 : News and information agencies; telecommunications; communications by computer terminals, communications by radio, telegram and telephone; broadcasting of television programmes; radio and television broadcasting; electronic mail; computer-aided transmission of messages and images.
Class 41 : Organisation of shows; entertainer services; music-halls; theatre performances; orchestra; radio and television entertainment; rental of show scenery; rental of audio apparatus; rental of lighting apparatus for theatre sets or television studios; arranging and conducting of colloquiums, congresses and conferences; organisation of exhibitions for cultural or educational purposes; education, educational services; organisation of training workshops; publication of books; operating of competitions and lotteries ; video tape editing; video tape film production and rental; education and entertainment information.... More
Class 42 : Copyright-management services; management of exhibition facilities; costume rental; reconstruction of databases; leasing access time to a computer database, to a computer for data handling; design of software; videotaping services.