Trade Mark Registration

We offer the most accurate and affordable way to protect your trade mark in Australia with our partners, who are registered Trade Mark Attorneys.

Professional  Fees

$990 inc GST to prepare and file a trade mark.*
Please fill out the form below to begin your Trade Mark Application.

$990 for 10 years

Fill out the form below to begin your trade mark application.

Register Trade Mark

Trade Mark Application

Once you fill out the form, our licensed and registered Trade Mark Attorney partners will take care of the entire trademark registration process, from start to finish, including:

  • Conducting an extensive search to ensure your mark won’t infringe on any existing registered marks.
  • Developing a trademark strategy tailored specifically to your needs.
  • Preparing and filing all applications, and managing all Trademark Office queries.
  • Dealing with any objections raised by the Trademark Office.

Trade Mark: Frequently Asked Questions

A registered trade mark gives you exclusive rights to use, license and sell the mark. This means no one else in Australia can commercially use your trade mark for the same goods or services you have it registered for.

It’s also a valuable marketing tool because the value of your trade mark increases with the success of your business.

If you’re starting something new or looking to protect something already established this is your opportunity to create your most valuable business asset. Our partners are experienced lawyers and trade mark specialists, providing the same levels of personalised service and expertise you’d expect from a large law firm, at a fraction of the cost. We’ve helped thousands of individuals and companies (large and small) all around the world create intellectual property, adding value to their business and protecting their reputation.

To register a new business name, you need to have a ABN, birth details, an email address, residential street address and place of business address.

A trade mark is protected in all Australian states and territories for an initial period of 10 years. It can then be renewed every ten years, for a fee. You can renew your trade mark registration 12 months before the renewal date or up to 6 months after.

You must not inadvertently infringe someone else’s trade mark when you register a business name. Choosing a business name that infringes an existing trade mark can be a costly exercise—it could mean hefty legal bills, drawn out disputes and even the closure of the business. That is why it’s so important to undertake a trade mark (TM) check. Visit IP Australia to search trademarks.

We have partnered with a leading Australian boutique intellectual property firm, who have practical experience to develop and then implement a trademark strategy that safeguards your brand, your intellectual property, and your investment.

Together with our registered Trade Mark Attorney partners, we make sure you and your trade mark are completely protected, so any profits derived from your asset end up in your back pocket. Fill out the form to begin your application now.

Register Trade Mark

Business Registration

Register Business Name Register Domain Name

What else do you need for your new business?