Protect Your Product & Service

Trademark registration is a lawful procedure that enables businesses and individuals to safeguard their brand identity, including the name, logo, tagline, or other unique symbols linked to their goods or services. By registering a trademark, the owner obtains exclusive rights to utilize the mark, thereby prohibiting others from employing a similar or identical mark that could potentially lead to confusion among consumers. This page offers a comprehensive overview of the trademark registration process, outlining its advantages, prerequisites, and outcomes, along with addressing frequently asked questions.


Legal Protection

Once you register a trademark, it becomes legally yours. Others can’t use it without asking you first. If your trademark isn’t registered, you can’t take legal action. But if it’s registered, you can legally go after anyone who tries to copy it without your permission.

Creation of Asset

Having a registered trademark can be like having a valuable asset. The owner can easily sell, franchise, or let someone else use it through a contract. It’s a form of intellectual property.

Unique Identity

Registering your trademark is great because it makes your company stand out. No other competitor can use or apply for your trademark for the same goods or services, giving your business a unique identity.

Brand Promotion & Godwill

When your product has a registered trademark, it stands out and gives customers a sense of trust, goodwill, and quality.

Trademark Search

Before finalizing your trademark, make sure to do a thorough search to ensure it’s unique and doesn’t clash with any existing registered trademarks.

Gather Required Documents

Gather all the needed documents and info, like how the trademark looks, the owner’s details, and a list of goods or services it will cover.

Fill Application Form

Go to the Trademark Registry’s website and fill in the trademark application form (TM-1) with all the necessary information.

Pay the Application Fee​

Use online payment methods to pay the fee for registering your trademark application.

Submission and Examination

Send in the application form and necessary documents. The Trademark Registry will check everything, go through a formal review, and then provide an examination report.

Publication and Opposition

If the application clears the examination, the trademark will be showcased in the Trademark Journal, giving the public a chance to oppose it within a set time.

Registration Certificate

If nobody objects, or if any issues get sorted in favor of the applicant, the Trademark Registry will give a registration certificate, giving exclusive rights to the registered trademark.


The prerequisites for obtaining a trademark vary depending on the jurisdiction, but generally, there are some common requirements.


Name search & approval

Application Preparation




Frequently Asked Questions

The Trademark Registry has grouped goods and services into 45 classes. When you apply for a trademark, you need to specify the class or classes that your goods or services belong to. The trademark will then be registered under those specific classes.

A trademark is valid for 10 years, and you can keep renewing it as many times as needed by paying the renewal fee each time.

A trademark is an intellectual property which is being assigned to a word or logo but on another hand, copyright assures you the protection for your unique content such as books, music, videos, songs or even software

To register a trademark in India, if you’re an individual, you should provide proof of your identity. If you’re registering as a company, you’ll need to submit your company’s incorporation documents.

Simply registering your company or domain won’t safeguard your brand identity. To ensure your company’s identity is protected, you should opt for trademark registration.