Product Commercialisation - Patents and Trade Marks Services

Product Commercialisation - Patents and Trade Marks Services from Patents Attorney Sydney & Trademark | Australia Patent Attorney

By: Patents Attorney Sydney & Trademark | Australia Patent Attorney  19-Dec-2013
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In Keeping with our low fee experienced professional service philosophy, We have teamed up with other like minded professionals who can assist you in commercialising your idea. These professional include: - Commercial Lawyer - Professional Patent Searcher - Draftsman for Professional Drawings - Industrial Product Designer - Product Commercialisation Service - Website Designer Different clients have different needs when it comes to product commercialization. Give us a call to discuss your requirements and we can advise how we can assist. For more info visit: http://www.protectmyidea.com.au/ Phone: 02 8488 2200 Mobile: 0403 244 680 Address: PO BOX 5005 Empire Bay NSW 2257

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