Trademarks Registering & Brand Name Verification in Thailand
We provide comprehensive Trademarks Registration services in Thailand, including Trademark Application submission, Trademark Consultancy, Brand Name Verification, Logo Design and Trademark Analysis.
Out experts team will assist you with your intellectual property protection in Thailand. We can prepare draft contracts and document certifications from consulates and certified attorneys. You can choose to protect your brand locally in jurisdiction of Thailand, or internationally through the Madrid Protocol system.
Why it is important to Register Trademark in Thailand?
For those business owners, who just start doing their business in the beauty or other industries, and need to create new product’s brand, Trademark is one of important priorities, to prevent imitation of their intellectual property, and make their business operate sustainably.
To become successful in the market, every new brand is required a Trademark Analysis, Trademark Protection, and Logotype Design.
What are the 4 types of a Trademark?
Trademarks in Thailand are categorized into 4 types:
Procedure of Trademark protection
The procedure for registering a trademark in Thailand is simple, and includes the following steps:
1. Check the similarities of the mark
2. Send documents to request trademark protection
3. Check the status of trademark protection
4. Check the list of advertised requests
Frequently Asked Questions
Trademark or Logo can be designed in a form of letters, symbol, photograph, illustration, colors group, figure or shape, that business owner want to use to present their products or services, to give their brand an identity. Therefore, business owner should apply for a legal trademark protection to the Department of Intellectual Property of Ministry of Commerce, in accordance to the Trademark Act BE 2534, amended by the Trademark Act (No. 2) BE 2543.
Yes. Our head office is located in Thailand, and additionally we also offer Trademark registration in Myanmar, Vietnam, China and Cambodia, or internationally through the Madrid Protocol system.