Flexible brand and trademark offer strategic platform for e-learning products or services
Centennial, CO -- (SBWIRE) -- 10/27/2014 -- eEducate.com®, a highly-prized U.S. Registered trademark and versatile brand name, is now available to prospective buyers interested in marketing a variety of digital educational services, trademark owner Sherman Updegraff announced today.
Established as an e-learning subsidiary of Employee Development Systems, Inc., eEducate.com® was registered in 2009 with the United States Patent and Trademark Office as registration number 3600668, and approved for use in the area of educational services-- including computer learning, mobile learning, web-based teaching, learning software, and teaching videos.
“The trademark defines the very nature of learning in the digital age," Updegraff says. “The need to address issues on the go on mobile devices could be advanced with this trademarked site."
The brand and service mark is immediately identifiable and uniquely poised as a high-potential platform for marketing services in the rapidly expanding field of e-learning, whether it involves computer or mobile learning, web-based teaching, learning software, teaching videos, and more. Registration for eEducate.com® is part of International Classification 041, and U.S. Class 100, 101, and 107. The proposed trademark purchase includes the domain name, and the transfer price is negotiable.
Updegraff is making the trademark available for sale at U.S Trademark Exchange, a top online marketplace for registered trademarks.
For more information about eEducate.com®, visit www.eEducate.com , or email email@example.com
Parties interested in viewing the trademark listing should visit www.ustrademarkexchange.com/tm/eeducate-com/6693/
eEducate.com® is a versatile brand and trademark registered by the United States Patent and Trademark Office for “educational services, namely, providing courses in instruction to businesses and individuals in the fields of business and management, end-user applications, entrepreneurial skills, health and safety, information technology, information technology certification, paths to promotion and personal effectiveness, and course materials in connection therewith, over a global computer information network.”
Contact: Sherman Updegraff