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The first thing you will need to do once you have decided on a name for your business is register it.
 
This allows your business to be a unique entity that cannot be replicated by others. 
 
In the UK this can be done with the following website name your business 
 
Then you need to consider if there are parts of your business and your brand that are unique and you may want to prevent them from being copied. 
 
Most businesses have this, as they have their own unique business names and slogans. 
 
It is worth taking a look at UK trademark, copyright and patent laws that can help you to ensure you get the rights that are entitled to your business to keep it safe from copycats. 
 
 
Before you invest the time into preparing application for protecting your intellectual property you should check if: 
 

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