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Overview of Trademark Registration in Singapore


Term of Protection
10 Years from date of filing, post expiry Trademark will be Renewed with IPOS (Intellectual Property Office of Singapore)


Estimated Time Required
Objection and Opposition Free Applications have a TAT of 8-12 months (Only 0.1% Applications get Objections)


Check Registration Criteria

Our Team of Trademark Expert will check for Name/Mark Availability with IPOS Singapore


Apply for a Trade Mark

Submit all the required details with our experts and we will apply with IPOS



Singapore Trademark Authority (IPOS) will examine your Application



Your application will be published for 2 months, where any party may oppose it


Registration Success!

You will receive a Certificate of Registration from IPOS and the trade mark is granted protection

Types of Trademark in Singapore

Word Mark
Figurative Mark
Composite Mark
Aspect of Packaging
3D Shape
Certification Mark
Collective Mark

Documents Required for Trademark Registration in Singapore

  • Representation of the Trademark
  • Details of the Applicant
  • Description of Goods and Services
  • Statement of Use

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FAQ for Trademark Registration in Singapore

What is a Trademark?

A trademark is a sign used to distinguish your businessโ€™s goods or services from others. It can include letters, words, names, signatures, numerals, devices, brands, labels, tickets, shapes, colors, or a combination of these elements.

Why Should I Register a Trademark?

Registering a trademark grants you exclusive rights to use the mark, helping to build customer loyalty and protect your market share. It allows you to:

  • Use the ยฎ symbol next to your mark.
  • Deter others from using your mark.
  • License or sell the mark.
  • Use it to raise equity for business ventures.

How Long is a Trademark Valid?

A registered trademark in Singapore is protected for 10 years from the date of filing. It can be renewed every 10 years thereafter.

How Do I Apply for a Trademark?

To apply for a trademark in Singapore, you need to:

  • Ensure your mark meets the registration criteria.
  • File your application with the Intellectual Property Office of Singapore (IPOS).
  • Pay the required fees.
  • Follow the examination process, where IPOS checks for compliance with registration requirements.

Can I Register a Trademark Internationally from Singapore?

Yes, you can file a single international application via the Madrid Protocol, which allows you to seek protection in multiple countries through one application.

What are the Fees Involved?

The basic fee for filing a trademark application is S$340 per class of goods or services. Additional fees may apply for specific requests such as amendments, renewals, or international applications.

How Can I Renew or Restore My Trademark?

You can renew your trademark starting from six months before its expiry by filing Form TM19 and paying the renewal fee. If it is not renewed on time, it can still be renewed late within six months after the expiry date with a higher fee. Beyond this, you may restore the trademark within another six months by filing the appropriate forms and paying the restoration fee.

What Should I Do if I Receive Unsolicited IP Services?

Be cautious of unsolicited IP services that request payment for trademark registration or renewal. Always verify such requests with IPOS to avoid falling victim to scams.

For more detailed information on trademark registration, you can visit the IPOS website.

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