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By going through registration of your trademark before you will have more time in your hands to look into other processes concerning trademark development. And it is important to keep this factor in mind that trademarks take time to get approved. Especially if it’s a trademark registration for a business name, the more extensive and crucial the trademark is the longer it is going to take. And for that exact reason its better that you look into these processes beforehand and cater to them accordingly. Do you think it’s the right idea to register trademarks beforehand?