Ambition and Idea

The original intention was to offer a comprehensive package of services for owners of trademarks, designs and patents. After examining the market, we found that there is still a gap in the market. So our original ambition has grown in strength.

Establishment of the company

To implement our idea, we founded a company based in London and began to build a core business with intellectual property holders, especially in United Kingdom.

Strength of the relationship

Gaining trust and strengthening relationships with original customers led us to the decision to expand into intellectual property markets abroad. We focused on the countries of the European Union. However, such expansion has forced us to improve, expand and enhance our services.

Building services

Developments in the field of intellectual property and the growing interconnectedness of information technologies are forcing us to constantly improve and enrich our portfolio of services. Every year we add a list of new services to be a natural tool for new customers to develop and establish their brands.


  • TSMC Reports Robust Growth Driven by AI Demand

    TSMC Reports Robust Growth Driven by AI Demand

    Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company (TSMC) reported a substantial year-on-year increase in quarterly sales, rising by 40% to €19 billion, and a 36% boost in net profit to €7 billion, propelled by strong demand for semiconductors in artificial intelligence applications. As the world's largest contract chipmaker, TSMC is a key supplier to major technology firms like Apple and Nvidia. Compared to Q1, the company's revenue grew by 14%, and profit increased by 10%. TSMC anticipates continued growth in the current quarter, underscoring its pivotal role in the global semiconductor market. The chart below illustrates the leading semiconductor companies worldwide by market capitalization as of June 5, 2024.


  • Swatch Slashes Profit Forecast Amid Weak China Demand

    Swatch Slashes Profit Forecast Amid Weak China Demand

    Swatch reported a dramatic 70% drop in half-year profit to 147 million Swiss francs, attributing the decline to weak demand for luxury goods in China. Sales fell 14% year-on-year to 3.5 billion Swiss francs, significantly missing analysts' expectations. This disappointing performance caused Swatch shares to plummet nearly 10% in the afternoon. Despite these challenges, Swatch remains optimistic about the future, anticipating robust growth in the US and Japan in the second half of the year, alongside promising prospects in several European markets. The company also noted that its cost-cutting measures are beginning to yield positive results. Formed in 1983, the Swatch Group includes luxury brands such as Longines, Tissot, Omega, and Breguet. The chart below illustrates the number of trademarks related to watches in Switzerland between 2020 and the first half of 2024.


  • Italy Eyes Revival of Iconic Car Brands to Attract Chinese Manufacturers

    Italy Eyes Revival of Iconic Car Brands to Attract Chinese Manufacturers

    Italy is contemplating reviving the dormant Innocenti and Autobianchi car brands, currently owned by the Stellantis group, as part of a strategy to entice Chinese automotive manufacturers to establish production plants in the country. The Italian government has already registered updated versions of these brands with the national patent office. Innocenti gained fame for its Italian version of the British Mini in the 1960s and 1970s before Fiat, now under Stellantis, acquired it. Autobianchi, once a division of Fiat, was known for its luxury city cars like the A112 and Y10. The proposed revival aims to leverage these iconic brands' legacy to boost Italy's automotive sector. Chart below illustrates the number of Italian automotive-related trademarks filed at the EU and national levels from 2020 to the first half of 2024.