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Everyone has a passion, a dream.
As a business owner, I like to give back.
My kids are my business.
All of my kids are made with love, they make great companions for kids and adults alike, and some are even collectable. As an artist, something I find interesting is color psychology, so I will share a bit on this topic. No matter the color of you Lil Luvvies, you can be sure to have a great friend to pass down through generations. Let’s touch on color psychology now.
USPTO Startup Resources
The United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) can be a valuable resource for business startups in several ways. Here are some of the ways in which the USPTO can help:
Intellectual Property Protection: The USPTO is responsible for granting patents and registering trademarks. For startups with innovative products, processes, or technology, obtaining a patent can provide legal protection and a competitive advantage. Trademark registration helps protect a startup’s brand identity. The USPTO provides guidance and resources to assist startups in understanding the patent and trademark application processes.
Patent and Trademark Searching: The USPTO maintains a comprehensive database of existing patents and trademarks. Startups can use the USPTO’s search tools to conduct searches and determine if their invention or brand name is already protected. This helps prevent infringement of existing patents or trademarks and allows startups to make informed decisions about the viability of their ideas.
Education and Guidance: The USPTO offers educational resources and workshops specifically tailored to startups and entrepreneurs. These resources provide guidance on intellectual property protection, patent filing strategies, trademark registration, and general business considerations. The USPTO’s website features various guides, tutorials, and webinars that can help startups navigate the intellectual property landscape.
Pro Bono Legal Assistance: The USPTO’s Patent Pro Bono Program connects financially under-resourced inventors and small businesses with volunteer patent attorneys. This program can help startups access legal assistance for patent applications, which can be complex and costly. Eligible startups can receive free legal support through the program, reducing the financial burden associated with obtaining patents.
Startup Initiatives and Partnerships: The USPTO actively collaborates with organizations and initiatives aimed at supporting startups and entrepreneurs. For example, it participates in the Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) and Small Business Technology Transfer (STTR) programs, which provide funding opportunities for startups engaged in research and development. The USPTO also partners with incubators, accelerators, and entrepreneurial communities to provide resources and support for startups.
Patent and Trademark Information Resources: The USPTO maintains a vast collection of patent and trademark information, including published applications and granted patents. Startups can access this information to gather market intelligence, identify potential competitors, and gain insights into technology trends. Such information can help inform a startup’s business strategy, product development, and intellectual property decisions.
It’s important to note that while the USPTO can provide valuable assistance, startups should also consider consulting with intellectual property attorneys and professionals to ensure they receive tailored advice and guidance specific to their circumstances.
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These Are My Kids
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All of our Luvvies are made with acrylic and/or polyester yarn providing safe and innovative sensory experiences for children and adults alike. A soft and lovable friend that gets passed down through generations and picked up as family. You can choose an existing LiL Luvvies design or request a custom order. Either way, your Luvvie will be one of a kind and made with you in mind.