Luxembourg, Luxembourg (PRWEB) October 26, 2010
VAYTON Brand Capital announced today the public launch of its international IP centralization platform, open to all businesses that want to take advantage of Luxembourg's attractive tax reforms that offer up to 80 percent tax exemption on net income derived from intellectual property. The service, allows businesses to manage their brands, trademarks, domains and patents from one point of contact. The dashboard offers customers a full overview of their IP, and the ability to draw reports, and to estimate the value of their IP portfolios.
Customers centralizing intellectual property through VAYTON Brand Capital's International IP Centralization Platform avoid having to contact multiple attorneys in different countries, and find IP management far more efficient. Additionally, VAYTON provides its customers with a comprehensive strategy to protect and optimize their intellectual property offline and online.
With significant tax reforms, Luxembourg is one of the most attractive locations in Europe for holding companies, IP (intellectual property), and financial activities. The country begun its reforms with the abolition of the capital tax in early 2009, and continued the same year with an 80 percent tax exemption on net income derived from intellectual property (IP) as well as capital gains realized on the disposal of such intellectual property. The tax exemption applies to copyrights on software, trademarks, patents (including utility models and supplementary protection certificates), designs and models, Internet domain names, and IP rights purchased from a third party.
VAYTON Brand Capital provides businesses, small and large, worry-free solutions to Intellectual Property Management and Optimization. VAYTON is strategically located in the Grand-Duchy of Luxembourg, recognized as one of the top international business-friendly countries in Europe. The VAYTON team has multilingual capabilities and high level expertise in marketing, legal and financial services. VAYTON can position your company--no matter where in the world you are located-- to take full advantage of the newest Luxembourg tax laws.