International Trade Mark Registration

Are you trading overseas?

With the established global economy, a lot of Australian businesses are now trading overseas. It could be New Zealand, Singapore, USA, UK, Europe, etc.
Without knowing, you actually might be breaching someone else’s registered trade marks without checking first.

There are two ways an Australian trade mark owner can seek trade mark protection overseas:

  1. Making an application filed directly to each country within which you wish to have your trade mark protected; or
  2. Making a single international application filed through the World Intellectual Property Organisation (WIPO) nominating the Madrid Protocol countries in which protection is sought.