Using Indian Abacus Trademarks in Text
Proper use of Indian Abacus trademarks is important. You may use Indian Abacus trademarks or product names to refer to Indian Abacus products and services provided you follow these guidelines. Your use must not mislead consumers as to any Indian Abacus sponsorship, affiliation, or endorsement of your company, or of your products or services.
Additional Guidelines for Advertising Collateral, Marketing, and Product Packaging.
You may use the names of Indian Abacus products and services, on Web sites, and in advertising materials to indicate your product's compatibility with a specific Indian Abacus product or service, provided the reference complies with the guidelines herein and the specifications below.
Any use of aIndian Abacus logo to indicate compatibility must be pursuant to a logo license under one of the Indian Abacus logo Programs:
- You may use Indian Abacus trademarks in referential phrases such as Online learning.
- Do not use any Indian Abacus trademarks as your product name, service name, or company name.
- Do not use product, service, or company names that could be confused with any Indian Abacus trademark.
- Do not mimic or copy Indian Abacus product packaging, advertising, or trade dress.
- Do not use Indian Abacus trademarks more prominently than your product or service name. You should maintain a visual distinction between your company and product name and any Indian Abacus trademark.
- Do not create or use any logos that include aIndian Abacus trademark unless your use is pursuant to a license from Indian Abacus.
Do not use the Indian Abacus Corporate logo and BETS logo, or any other Indian Abacus logos, symbols, or icons on or in connection with products, packaging, manuals, promotional or advertising materials, or Web sites for any purpose except pursuant to an express written trademark license from Indian Abacuscompany.
You may place a text link to aIndian Abacus Web page if the text link is not a prominent feature on the site and is not used in a way that could confuse or mislead consumers. You may refer to the Indian Abacus company name or Indian Abacus product and service names in a plain text font and format, provided this use follows the general Indian Abacus trademark guidelines and you include appropriate wording such as "This way to Indian Abacus com." Except for the link logos as provided by Indian Abacus, you may not use the Indian Abacus corporate logo or any other Indian Abacus logo or graphic to link to Indian Abacus.
You may use Indian Abacus product, service, and technology names on your Web site to indicate that your Web site runs on, or is compatible with, the referenced Indian Abacus product or software, provided the reference complies with the guidelines given. Do not use any Indian Abacus trademark in the title of your Web site or as a second-level domain name. You are not permitted to use any Indian Abacus logo without a license or written specifications from Indian Abacus.
Publications, Seminars, and Conferences
You may refer to Indian Abacus product, service, and technology names on the cover of magazines and periodicals, and in the title of seminars and conferences, provided you comply with the guidelines herein and the following specifications:
- The publication, seminar, or conference should relate to the specific Indian Abacus product, service referenced.
- Your name and logo should appear more prominently than the Indian Abacus word mark on all printed materials related to the magazine, periodical, seminar, or conference.
- A disclaimer of sponsorship, affiliation, or endorsement by Indian Abacus, similar to the example below, should be included on the publication and in all related printed materials:
"(Title) is an independent (publication) and is not affiliated with, nor has it been authorized, sponsored, or otherwise approved by Indian Abacus."
- You should include a trademark attribution according to the notice format provided in the Use Trademark Notices.
- Do not use aIndian Abacus trademark as the leading word or most prominent element in your magazine, periodical, seminar, or conference title.
- Do not use the Indian Abacus logo, BETS logo, or any other Indian Abacus logo on or in the publication, or on any materials related to the publication, seminar, or conference.
- Do not use aIndian Abacus trademark in any manner that suggests Indian Abacus affiliation with, sponsorship of, or certification of the magazine, periodical, seminar, or conference.
- You may not use Box shots, screen shots, and icons.
Company, Product, Service, and Domain Names
Do not use or register any Indian Abacus trademark, including Indian Abacus logos, symbols, icons, or any potentially confusing variation thereof, as part of your company name, trade name, product name, service name, or domain name. Do not place your company name, trademarks, service marks, or product names next to, or combine them with, aIndian Abacus product name.
Endorsement or Sponsorship
Do not use any Indian Abacus trademark in any manner that expresses or implies Indian Abacus affiliation, sponsorship, endorsement, certification, or approval. Do not use any Indian Abacus trademark in such a manner that it appears Indian Abacus is legally associated with your company. You must display your company name more prominently than any Indian Abacus trademark on all materials.
Do not manufacture, sell, or give away merchandise items, such as T-shirts, Student Bag, Course Martials, or related Indian Abacus company using materials that bear any Indian Abacus trademark, including logos, except pursuant to an express written trademark license from Indian Abacus.
Trade Dress and Advertising Elements
Do not imitate Indian Abacus logos, logotypes, trade dress, or other elements of Indian Abacus product packaging and Web sites in any of your materials, including but not limited to advertising, product packaging, Web sites, and promotional materials.
Slogans and Taglines
Do not use or imitate any Indian Abacus tagline.
Trademark information is available at www.indianabcus.com
Any rights not expressly granted herein are reserved.
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Indian Abacus regards and respects the intellectual property rights of others and likewise wants to protect its own rights.
Usage of Indian Abacus Content which is copyrighted
The products and services of Indian Abacus which include images, text, and software used are owned by Indian Abacus and the company does not grant permission to others.
Third Party Site Links
By clicking any link that you find in Indian Abacus site, you will leave Indian abacus’s site, since Indian Abacus company does not control the sites linked and Indian Abacus Company is not responsible for the contents in regard to any linked site or any link having a place in the linked site, and hence also not responsible for any changes or updates in / to such sites. Indian Abacus is therefore not responsible for any webcasting or any form of transmission from any site thus linked. Indian abacus is providing some links with a view to offer mere convenience, and such inclusion thus of any link is not implying any kind of endorsement by the company for that linked site.
Unsolicited Idea Submission Policy
As a policy, Indian Abacus Company and / or any of its employees do not accept or consider unsolicited ideas, which may include ideas for new marketing or advertising campaigns, new promotions, products, technologies or even processes, materials, marketing plans or new product names. Please do not therefore send any originals of creative artwork, company samples, demos, or any other works. The sole objective of this policy of the company is to avoid possible misunderstandings or disputes since Indian Abacus’s products or marketing strategies might appear similar to those ideas submitted to Indian Abacus company unsolicited. So it is to be noted that none should send unsolicited ideas to Indian Abacus or anyone at Indian Abacus. Despite our plea if anybody sends us their ideas and / or materials, please be informed that Indian Abacus company does not make assurance/s that such ideas and materials will be treated as confidential or proprietary.