When you are in need of applying for a license in the Shams free zone Sharjah and your application gets approved, the one thing for sure is that you will get a lot of benefits as you can conduct your business without any problem and you will not have to pay a lot of taxes as it will be the tax free zone. Hence, the income you will generate will mostly be considered as your profit and you can earn more and expand your business through that. For expanding your business, you also need to get your own trademark and logo of your company because they will validate your services even more so you have to go for the trademark registration UAE and before that you need to read these questions and their answers to clear up your mind:
What is the validity of my trademark registration?
When you opt for a trademark registration in the UAE, you will get the protection for your business in the surrounding Arab countries as well like your trademark will be protected in Abu Dhabi, Dubai, Sharjah, Fujairah and some other related countries so you will not have to be worried about it while working in these areas.
Do I need to use my trademark after registration?
Yes, you have to sue that properly or actively in your business or atleast in a way that you have the evidence that you are using it otherwise any other person can claim that you are not using your trademark and on that basis they will attack your trademark and try to get that from you and if the evidences were proved then you will lose the right to have that as your trademark and the other person will get the registration on their name so you have to use that.
How long will it be valid for?
You can use that for about 5 years and after that you need to go for the renewal of the registration on your name and it is necessary that you apply for that before the expiration so that no one else will get the advantage of take that away from you. You have to be careful in the timing and apply when there is a need or you can have a reminder for that purpose so that you will not forget about it.