In 2011 we successfully registered BCAB as a UK trademark. We wanted to protect the BCAB brand and the excellent reputation the British Computer Association of the Blind has built up over the past forty years or so.
With the success of the EyeT4All project still fresh in our minds, the board of trustees felt that EyeT4All would be a perfect umbrella brand for many of the association's future activities. To this end, we've begun the process of registering EyeT4All as a UK trademark as well.
The application has passed initial scrutiny by the Intellectual Property Office (IPO), and it has now been posted for the obligatory public consultation period. If all goes well, we should receive confirmation that our application has been successful within the next few weeks.
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