Goods and Services (the trademark is registered for the following goods and services)
Class 9 : Apparatus for recording, transmission and reproduction of sound or images; audio-visual teaching apparatus; data processing equipment and computers, such as apparatus for entry, storage, conversion, processing and transmission of data, images and information;computer peripherals and printers;computer software (recorded) and software packages;phonograph records, audio-video compact discs, CD-ROMs, audio and video cassettes, diskettes;films and tapes, exposed;apparatus for electronic and computer games adapted for use with television recievers, and similar games;interactive electronic games.... More
Class 14 : Precious metals and their alloys other than for dental purposes; jewellery, precious stones; horological and chronometric instruments.
Class 16 : Paper and cardboard (unprocessed, semi-finished or for stationery); printed matter; bookbinding material; photographs; stationery; adhesives for stationery or household purposes; artists' materials; paint brushes, pens and notebooks;books, guides, glossaries, journals, newspapers, scrapbooks, drawings, decorative motifs, pictures, drawing templates, portraits, photographs, magazines, brochures, manuals, technical data sheets and books for teaching and training; typewriters and office requisites (except furniture); instructional and teaching material (except apparatus); packing paper; cardboard articles, bags, sachets, envelopes, pouches and sheets for packaging of paper or plastic, tubes of cardboard, paper for recording machines; playing cards; printers' type; printing blocks.... More
Class 25 : Clothing, footwear (except orthopaedic) and headgear.
Class 28 : Games and playthings, educational games, parlour games, electronic games and apparatus for electronic games and apparatus for electronic games other than those adapted for use with television receivers only; gymnastic and sporting articles (except clothing, footwear and mats); decorations for Christmas trees.
Class 38 : Telecommunications, including multimedia telecommunications, telecommunications by computer terminals, cable, satellite, by digital or electronic means, by Hertzian wave by telephone, by data transmission, by radio and by telegrams;transmission, broadcasting and visualisation of data, signals, sound, messages and images, whether or not computer-aided, by electronic and digital means, by Hertzian wave, by data transmission, by cable, by satellite and by computers grouped together in a communications network, among for communications networks, among other for world-wide communications networks (such as the Internet) or private access networks (such as an Intranet), including exchanges of information via a worldwide network, information agencies; radio and television broadcasting; electronic mail; communications consulting.... More
Class 41 : Providing of education; training; entertainment; sporting and cultural activities; arranging and conducting of exhibitions, conferences, congresses, colloquiums, seminars, receptions, activities, shows, courses, workshops and workshops for cultural, scientific or educational purposes, information relating to education, in particular in museums;design, creation, production and rental of motion pictures and radio and television programmes; television and radio entertainment; organization of competitions; publication, presentation and lending of magazines, books, cassettes, films, discs and diskettes; entertainment; publication and promotion of audiovisual products, multimedia, shows and musical works (graphics and sound);amusement parks, amusement and recreation services, entertainment centres, among other for museology.... More
Class 42 : Leasing of access time to a computer data base server centre; computer programming; production, design and upgrading/updating of computer software and computer databases; rental of computer software; consultancy in the field of computing and multimedia; professional consultancy (not related to the conducting of business); consultancy relating to training, documentation and vocational guidance; management of exhibition facilities; photographic reporting; news reporters services; videotaping;technical, scientific and legal information services;technical and scientific research;technical and scientific project studies.... More