Tiq Becomes Registered Trademark: Start-Up Email Provider Aims to Protect Intellectual and Creative Branding Rights


London, England -- (SBWIRE) -- 02/19/2014 -- Tiqqed, a start-up email provider intent on changing the way the world communicates, has just announced the acceptance of their trademark application with the United States Patent and Trademark Office. “We’re excited, for sure,” says Charles Catania, TIQQED Director of Public Relations. “This is another step in our journey towards changing the way the world communicates. TIQ is more than a word. It is an ideology. When you send a TIQ, you are sending a message to the world: Email as we know it is not working.”

Remarkably, all TIQs come with an option receive a return receipt, meaning the sender knows the exact moment the recipient receives the email. With operations based out of France, Tiqqed falls outside the domain of the NSA. “Security, reliability… those are the things we’ve concerned ourselves with. No flashy advertising or designers. We’ve started with the fundamentals. And that is precisely where other email providers are failing us. The fact that TIQ is now a ™--- well, that’s the next step in the expansion of our brand,” says Catania.

About Tiqqed
Tiqqed is a revolutionary new email start-up, offering value-added services for businesses and professionals, such as return receipts which track opened emails and attachments. They boast an open rate of over 80%, eight times that of traditional email.

For more information about Tiqqed, or to schedule an interview with Chuck Catania, Director of Public Relations, write to: tiqpr@tiqqed.com.