Registering a domain name is extremely easy and inexpensive. As a reseller, Nimble IT can register your domain name and configure your dns. Consideration of your Business Names, Company Names and Trademarks are also important.

All computers on the internet have a unique identifying number – an Internet Protocol address. Because Internet Protocol addresses are difficult to remember, we use a domain name – a unique name that corresponds with an Internet Protocol address.
Used to distinguish your goods or services from those of other traders. When you register a trade mark you obtain exclusive use of the trade mark throughout the Commonwealth of Australia.Before committing to register a particular trade mark it is important that you conduct a comprehensive search to make sure the trade mark you want to use is available. A trade mark search will disclose both registered trademarks and trademarks applied for.
Our comprehensive search resources give you access to the information you need and help you determine:

  • whether the name or logo you want to trade mark is already in use
  • if your new product name or logo can be protected by trade mark registration
  • an overview of similar trade marks in the market
  • whether or not the use of your new product name or logo will infringe on another person’s rights.
A business name is the name under which your business operates. Registration identifies the owners of the business. Registration is compulsory in every state and territory from which a business operates, and must be completed before the business starts trading.

Unlike trade marks, business names do not provide proprietary rights for the use of the trading name. More information is provided by for registering your business name.

A new National Business Names Registration Service will replace the current state/territory services, so that businesses only need to register their name with a single register nationally. It is expected to come into effect on 28 May 2012 and will be managed by the Australian Securities and Investments Commission (ASIC).

Also called a registrable body. You must register your company name with the Australian Securities and Investments Commission (ASIC). If you wish to trade using a name other than your registered company name, you must register that trading name as a business name.

Unlike trade marks, company names do not necessarily provide proprietary rights for the use of the trading name.