What we offer

Register your domain with us and benefit from the following perks

Landing page

When purchasing your domain, Inventa offers you a simple webpage, where you can briefly present your company and leave your contact details.

High-security DNS servers

In order to ensure our clients that nothing ever fails or gets lost, we work with high-speed network connections in redundant servers (Europe, United States).

Advanced Control Panel

You also get access to a Domain Control Panel to be found in our customer area, allowing you to manage/consult your websites and email accounts.

Support that actually helps

All of our accounts include services of a dedicated account manager. Get your domain now and start profiting from all these advantages, or contact us to learn more about our domain services.

Why choose us

We look at domains from a different perspective

While most of the domain industry sees domains from a commodity perspective, Inventa International looks at them as assets for your brand. We offer domain services which include not only hosting, but also the resources you need to protect and expand your business online.

Cut the red tape

We manage your domains at a global scale

We are used to work with domain extensions that have special requirements. We handle the red tape so you don't have to.

Our team of experts will also be ready to help you with the configuration details and will gladly work with your IT Department (and/or outsourced services), to make sure the services you need are quickly implemented according to the best industry practices.

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Latest news


Sudan dissolved Appeal Committee of the Trademark Office

The Sudanese Trademark Office has recently announced the dissolution of its Appeal Committee. This means that from now on, in accordance to article 16 (2) of the trademark's act, any refusal by the Registrar to register or to make an amendment, modification or limitation to a national trademark, or to an international trademark filled by the Madrid System, shall be subject to appeal to the court.   Article (16) of the trademark's act stipulates the following: The Registrar may refuse the application for the registration of a trademark or may accept it absolutely or subject to conditions, amendments, or modifications, or to such limitations, if any as to mode or place of use or otherwise as may think fit to impose subject to the Provisions of this Act. Any refusal by the Registrar to register a mark or any condition, amendment, modification or limitation imposed by him shall be subject to appeal to the Court.   This amendment has retroactive effects concerning pending cases. Cases that have not yet been processed will be rejected and trademark owners will have to appeal directly to the court. With this change the procedure becomes more burdensome, due to the costs of litigation and the attorneys' fees.

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