On the morning of August 28, the delegation led by Sun
Jiansheng, Deputy Director of Beijing Administration for Industry
and Commerce, Sun Kaoli, Director of Trademark Administration
Office, and Zhao Xiaojian, Deputy Director of Trademark
Administration Office, visited Unitalen for inspection and research
purposes, in the company of Unitalen Director Yu Zehui and heads of
After visiting the working area of Unitalen, the delegation
listened to the introduction given by President Yu Zehui on the
company and its business development, and had a discussion with the
heads of relevant departments with respect to specific issues.
During the discussion, the delegation fully recognized the
outstanding contribution of Unitalen with respect to trademark
protection and development in Beijing over the years. Director Sun
said that Unitalen had good development momentum and was getting
stronger in recent years, with its performance taking the lead in
the IPR agency industry of Beijing. He hoped that Unitalen could
continue to leverage its talent and resource advantages and social
influence to build a better environment suitable for corporate
development and innovation in Beijing, and better serve the
extensive and in-depth implementation of the capital trademark
strategy, and promotion of corporate trademark and brand
development. President Yu Zehui thanked the Municipal
Administration for Industryand Commerce and the association for
their support and recognition for Unitalen, and said Unitalen would
leverage its advantages to provide better service and support for
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