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Thursday, 11.02.2016, 12:39
In 2015, 1,231 trademarks were registered and 1,185 international registrations validated in Estonia, it appears from statistics of the Patent Office, cites LETA/BNS.
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‘Champezzo’, a sparkling beverage brand of Lithuania’s alcoholic beverage producer Italiana LT, has been banned due to misleading similarity to ‘Champagne’, a protected geographical indication (PGI), the Verslo Zinios business daily reports on Thursday, cites LETA/BNS.
Name change of the retail organization of Estonian consumer associations ETK Grupp into Coop Eesti Keskuhistu (Coop Estonian Central Association) will not change anything for ordinary shoppers as no visual change will take place in trade marks of all stores of Coop Estonia, reports LETA.
The retail organization of Estonian consumer associations ETK Grupp is changing its name, adopting the international brand of Cooperative businesses Coop which is expected to produce an economic effect of a couple of million euros annually, informs LETA/BNS.
The Swedish fast fashion chain Hennes & Mauritz increased their Q2 sales in Estonia by 41% in a year, writes ärileht.delfi.ee, informs LETA.
Last year, beverage producer Cido grupa exported 21% of its total produce. The majority - 63% - was exported to Lithuania and Estonia, 25% - to Europe, 12% - to Russia and elsewhere, as the company's general manager told Marijus Kirstukas, reported LETA.
FBO RIGA, a certified ground handling agent and the operator of a business aviation centre at the Riga International Airport (Latvia), has presented a renewed brand. The decision for rebranding was brought about among other things by the opening of FBO RIGA Business Aviation Centre at the Riga International Airport in summer 2015. It will be one of the most modern and largest business aviation centres in the European Union and the largest in the Baltics.