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Trademarks Registered with IP Australia for AmazonBasics

chris

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Some more movements in AU by Amazon:

AmazonBasics, which has already made waves in the US, sells no-name versions of more than 1200 products, ranging from cheap batteries and yoga mats to backpacks, umbrellas, computer cables, iPhone chargers and bedding.

The four trademarks registered with IP Australia last week are currently pending, with the results of the applications due in August.

They cover a broad range of product categories, including kitchenware, pots and pans, razor blades, beard trimmers, nail clippers, screwdrivers, drills, gardening tools, pruning sheers, dog kennels, pet playhouses, litter boxes, food storage containers, squeegees, bins, salt and pepper grinders, cosmetic brushes, candle holders, aquariums, cleaning products, bath towels and curtains.

If Amazon does opt to launch AmazonBasics in Australia, it is expected to impact retailers such as Kmart, Aldi, Myer, and Kogan, which have their own private label offerings, Queensland University of Technology Business School’s Gary Mortimer told SmartCompany.

More info here:

http://www.news.com.au/finance/busi...a/news-story/b94da7e91a6dbe53272e6189849fbc72

http://www.smartcompany.com.au/indu...demarks-for-private-label-range-amazonbasics/
 

Scott.L

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Yeah, these #%$? are likely to plaster their eyes all over parked pages for a means to nab decent domains.
 

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