Introduction to Trademarks
The intention of providing this Singapore Trademark Guide is to assist companies in understanding the process as well as easily get help and assistance in registering for their own Trademark.
Registering and Owning a Trademark is one of the most common and easy ways to allow an individual or a company to mark their rights to a brand name. This allows the owner to unreservedly take advantage of the rights and market with the confidence of their continued ownership of the brand.
At CorporateGuide Singapore, we aim to provide you with a one-stop solution for your local as well as global registration and renewal of your trademarks.
- We are a member nation of the Madrid Protocol & Madrid Union – At current count (Jan 2020), there are 122 member countries registered. Through Singapore, you will be able to register your trademarks in any of these countries with ease!
- Singapore has very business-friendly tax law and is a superb location as a regional or global marketing hub for companies
- The Intellectual Property Office of Singapore (IPOS) is highly advanced and provides a very robust framework for corporate governance on intellectual property rights. This helps businesses to easily manage their IP and relevant costs too.
The NICE Classification (NCL), is an international classification of goods and services for the registration of your trade mark. You are required to state the exact class number and appropriate specification according to the NICE Classification.
The NICE Classification’s class heading does not amount to a claim for all the goods or services in that class. This list is not exhaustive and serves as a quick reference to help you locate the correct class.
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