Benefits of registering a trademark in BVI: one of the first priorities for anyone establishing a company in the British Virgin Islands should be to register their trademark; otherwise there's a real risk to their corporate image and products or services.
Theft of intellectual property, such as a logo or brand, can be devastating for a private company if they're not able to properly defend themselves and be sure of a positive outcome. If another entity is able to legally use your brand, there will be little you can do about it other than try to plead with the firm or enter into negotiations that will hopefully end up with both sides satisfied.
You won't, however, have to do any of that if you register your trademark with the BVI authorities, as it will then be protected locally and internationally against anyone trying to use it or something similar your trademark. Your official certificate showing that it's registered to you or your company will be all the proof you'll need in case a dispute arises.
Registering a trademark is one of the most fundamental things a limited company can do to protect their corporate image and its assets, and you'll be able to let everyone know you've done it by placing the registered "R" symbol right beside the trademark wherever you use it, from corporate stationery to promotional materials.
Many hundreds of thousands of companies have established themselves in the BVI in recent decades, and not all large corporations either. Small and medium-sized enterprises are also abundant in the territory, just as keen to benefit from the tax and other advantages it has to offer. So with this level of business activity, you need to make sure you're protected at all times.