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Protect your trade marks and designs in the European Union

Protect your intellectual property in the European Union

Route to registration

You can create and submit your application in three easy steps, using a form that guides SMEs and individuals based in the European Economic Area without the assistance of a trade mark professional.

There are three crucial pieces of information on the application form:

  • Ownership - any individual or company can own an EU trade mark; the details are made public and must be kept up to date so that there can be no doubt who owns the mark.
  • What can be an EU trade mark - your trade mark must be clearly represented.
  • Goods and services - must be defined so that other traders understand what goods and services your application covers.

Through the links below, we'll show you how to apply for and register an EU trade mark. A successful application is not guaranteed but is more likely the better prepared you are.

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