Definitions for "Trade Mark"
Trade marks are used to protect the brand identity of goods and services and allow distinctions to be made between different traders. As with other form of IP, a trademark can be considered an intangible asset in a business sale and add value to your business.
A trade mark can be a letter, number, word, phrase, sound, smell, shape, logo, picture, aspect of packaging or any combination of these, which is used to distinguish goods and services of one trader from those of another.
a badge, in the widest sense, used on or in relation to goods so as to indicate source
an item of property that can be extremely valuable to its owner
a valuable asset, often vital to attracting investment or creating licensing opportunites
a valuable piece of property, in terms both of its power to attract customers and of the royalties which can be demanded from licensees
Keywords:  adjective, pluralised, noun, never
an adjective, not a noun, and accordingly should never be pluralised
Keywords:  intellectual, right, property
an Intellectual Property right
Keywords:  identification, means
a means of identification
Keywords:  integral, part
an integral part of a
Keywords:  licensed, sold, asset, owner, business
a business asset which can be sold or licensed by the owner
Keywords:  tool, powerful, marketing
a powerful marketing tool
a personal property right that can be owned by an individual or a company