How much does it cost to register your trademark in Singapore?
The Intellectual Property Office of Singapore charges a state fee for a trademark application of S$240 per class of goods/services. Advomi’s fee is a flat S$799 regardless of the number of classes covered by your trademark.
So, what is a class?
Goods and services are ordered under a total of 45 classes (34 for goods and 11 for services) according to an international classification adopted by Singapore. For example, footwear and clothing are covered by class 25 while insurance services are included in class 36.
Point out specific goods and services
When you apply for a trademark, you must point out specific goods and services that will be produced or rendered under that trademark. The wider the variety of goods and services which you want to protect with your brand, the more classes should be included in your trademark registration application. It is crucial that you describe your goods and services appropriately in order to achieve the optimal level of protection at a reasonable price.
The way you describe the goods and services of your business must match the way common goods or services are described in the international classification. If you use terms that are not included in the IPOS, the state fee will be S$341.
Our team will properly classify the goods or services that you want to protect with your trademark.