Looking to register a Business Name for your new Western Australian-based business, then Information Brokers is the right place to be.
Registering a business name is an important step that will help you establish your brand and protect it from infringement by other businesses.
It is a legal requirement to register your business name before commencing operations, and failure to do so can result in significant penalties.
In this article, we'll discuss how to register a business name in Western Australia and some tips for making the process as smooth as possible.
Before you can register your business name, you need to choose a name that's unique and not already registered by someone else. You'll also want to make sure the name is easy to remember and reflects your business's values and services.
After you have selected a business name, you need to check its availability with Information Brokers. You can do this by using the Business Name Availability Search tool on the Information Brokers website. This tool will tell you if the name you want is already in use by another business, or if it's available for registration. If the name is available, you can proceed with the registration process.
Once you've checked the availability of your chosen business name and chosen your business structure, it's time to register your business name. You can do this online through the Information Brokers Business Name Registration portal. You'll need to provide information such as your business structure, ABN, and contact details, as well as pay a registration fee. The current fee for registering a business name in Western Australia is $65 for one year or $145 for three years.
We offer a simple pathway to having your business name officially registered and recognised by Information Brokers, in a quick and easy fashion to get your business up and running as soon as possible.
Here are some tips to help you make the process of registering your business name in Western Australia as smooth as possible:
1. Choose a name that's easy to remember and reflects your business's values and services.
2. Research the legal requirements of each business structure to determine which one is best for your business.
3. Register your business name as soon as possible to protect it from infringement by other businesses.
4. Keep your registration up-to-date to avoid any legal issues down the road.
5. If you're unsure about any part of the registration process, seek advice from a professional, such as an accountant or business advisor.
In conclusion, registering your business name in Western Australia is an important step in establishing your brand and protecting it from infringement by other businesses. By following the steps outlined in this article and taking the necessary precautions, you can ensure a smooth and successful registration process.