Reputation Matters

Reputation Matters Canadian Trademark Information

The School of Continuing Studies is a global leader in continuing education. We are an integral part of the University of Toronto providing courses to new graduates looking to gain practical learning with their degrees to help give them traction in the workplace. The School attracts learners of all ages with wide-ranging backgrounds. Many are looking for additional knowledge and skills to compete more effectively in the job market -- whether they're recent graduates augmenting their degrees or new Canadians complementing credentials earned elsewhere. Some are aspiring entrepreneurs who hope to boost their business acumen, while others need to improve their language skills and cultural understanding to work or study in Canada. Some of our students are pursuing their dreams of writing fiction or poetry, or developing sidelines as freelance copywriters or translators. And many simply want to enrich their personal lives by learning a language, or digging deeper into opera, or attending expert lectures on everything from autism to paleontology to urban planning. Through a recent market research exercise, and from lots of anecdotal evidence, we know that the reputation of the School ...

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On Friday, July 29, 2016, a canadian trademark registration was filed for Reputation Matters by University of Toronto School o 158 St. George Street, Toronto, ONTARIO, CANADA M5S2V8. The Canadian IP office has given the trademark application number of 1793702. The current status of this trademark filing is Interruption of proceeding. The Reputation Matters trademark is filed in the description of The School of Continuing Studies is a global leader in continuing education. We are an integral part of the University of Toronto providing courses to new graduates looking to gain practical learning with their degrees to help give them traction in the workplace. The School attracts learners of all ages with wide-ranging backgrounds. Many are looking for additional knowledge and skills to compete more effectively in the job market -- whether they're recent graduates augmenting their degrees or new Canadians complementing credentials earned elsewhere. Some are aspiring entrepreneurs who hope to boost their business acumen, while others need to improve their language skills and cultural understanding to work or study in Canada. Some of our students are pursuing their dreams of writing fiction or poetry, or developing sidelines as freelance copywriters or translators. And many simply want to enrich their personal lives by learning a language, or digging deeper into opera, or attending expert lectures on everything from autism to paleontology to urban planning. Through a recent market research exercise, and from lots of anecdotal evidence, we know that the reputation of the School is a key motivator for students to choose us as their learning partner. As such, we are looking to secure the tagline reputation matters to drive our marketing and communications strategies and activities. The intention is that the trademark Reputation Matters' would be used in all print, digital and social media marketing and communication for the School. We have been using #reputationmatters in our social media since July 1, 2016. , The School of Continuing Studies offers non-credit continuing education courses in English Language, Creative Writing, Business and Professional Studies, Arts and Humanities and languages. We're constantly creating new programs and courses in response to learners' changing priorities and emerging market needs. We know that achieving excellence -- in the courses we design, in how we deliver them and, above all, in the outcomes they produce -- begins with seeing everything from the learner's point of view. Being responsive means being innovative. Not only in our use of technology, but also in how we adapt and customize learning to fit busy lives -- for instance, by expanding our selection of flexible hybrid courses that blend the best of in-class and online education. We know that our success depends on our commitment to staying agile and moving quickly to keep pace with change. Reputation Matters will be used to promote these courses and programs and in time, could appear on all teaching and learning materials. .
Word Mark: Reputation Matters
Current Status:
Interruption of proceeding
LIVE Mark!
11/28/2017
Application Number: 1793702
Filing Date: Friday, July 29, 2016
Filing Place: Canada
Registration Date: Not Available
Register Type: Primary
Type Of Mark: Trademark
Mark Feature: Word
Use In Commerce: No
Last Applicant/Owner: 158 St. George Street
Toronto
ONTARIO
CANADA M5S2V8
Correspondent: Not provided
Goods and Services Information
Description:
(1) - The School of Continuing Studies is a global leader in continuing education. We are an integral part of the University of Toronto providing courses to new graduates looking to gain practical learning with their degrees to help give them traction in the workplace. The School attracts learners of all ages with wide-ranging backgrounds. Many are looking for additional knowledge and skills to compete more effectively in the job market -- whether they're recent graduates augmenting their degrees or new Canadians complementing credentials earned elsewhere. Some are aspiring entrepreneurs who hope to boost their business acumen, while others need to improve their language skills and cultural understanding to work or study in Canada. Some of our students are pursuing their dreams of writing fiction or poetry, or developing sidelines as freelance copywriters or translators. And many simply want to enrich their personal lives by learning a language, or digging deeper into opera, or attending expert lectures on everything from autism to paleontology to urban planning. Through a recent market research exercise, and from lots of anecdotal evidence, we know that the reputation of the School is a key motivator for students to choose us as their learning partner. As such, we are looking to secure the tagline reputation matters to drive our marketing and communications strategies and activities. The intention is that the trademark Reputation Matters' would be used in all print, digital and social media marketing and communication for the School. We have been using #reputationmatters in our social media since July 1, 2016.
(2) - The School of Continuing Studies offers non-credit continuing education courses in English Language, Creative Writing, Business and Professional Studies, Arts and Humanities and languages. We're constantly creating new programs and courses in response to learners' changing priorities and emerging market needs. We know that achieving excellence -- in the courses we design, in how we deliver them and, above all, in the outcomes they produce -- begins with seeing everything from the learner's point of view. Being responsive means being innovative. Not only in our use of technology, but also in how we adapt and customize learning to fit busy lives -- for instance, by expanding our selection of flexible hybrid courses that blend the best of in-class and online education. We know that our success depends on our commitment to staying agile and moving quickly to keep pace with change. Reputation Matters will be used to promote these courses and programs and in time, could appear on all teaching and learning materials.

Classification Information

Class Code: 041 - Education and Entertainment Services
Description: Education and entertainment

Matter History Events

Status Date: Record Status Description
2017-11-28 National prosecution history entry - abandoned - Section 36
2017-09-06 National prosecution history entry - default notice sent
2017-02-16 Filing date accorded - Search Recorded
2017-02-16 National prosecution history entry - Examiner's First Report
2016-08-04 Filing date accorded - formalized
2016-07-29 Application filed - filed
2016-07-29 National prosecution history entry - created
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