• FAQ of Hongkong trademark registration
    Who can register a trademark in Hong Kong?
    There is no restriction on the nationality or place of incorporation of the applicant.

    How long does it take to register a trademark in Hong Kong?
    The registration process in a straightforward case normally takes around 8 months.

    What documents will I receive after my trademark is registered?
    The Hong Kong Intellectual Property Department will issue a certificate after the mark is registered. The certificate serves as evidence that a trademark has been formally registered.

    How long will my rights be protected for?
    The protection period of a trademark when registered will last for a period of 10 years and can be renewed indefinitely for successive periods of 10 years.

    What information and documents are required for filing an application?
    (1). The name of the applicant.
    (2.) The correspondence or registered address of the applicant.
    (3). A copy of a Hong Kong Identity card or passport for individual applicants; a copy of the business registration certificate or Certificate of Incorporation of the applicant for companies;
    (4). An electronic copy of the proposed mark;
    (5). The desired class of registration or details of the goods or services within those classes which are traded.