The Madrid System is a convenient and cost-effective solution for registering and managing trademarks worldwide. File a single application and pay one set of fees to apply for protection in up to 124 countries. Modify, renew or expand your global trademark portfolio through one centralized system Using the Madrid System The Madrid System supports you throughout the lifecycle of your trademark,...

Before you can file an international application, you need to have already registered, or have filed an application, in your “home” IP office. The registration or application is known as the basic mark. You then need to submit your international application through this same IP Office, which will certify and forward it to WIPO How the Madrid System Works The International Trademark...

Before filing an international application through the Madrid System, you should search to find out if identical or similar marks already exist (or are pending) in your target markets. How to Search Before Filing: Overview • Overview Before filing an international application through the Madrid System, you should search to find out if identical or similar marks already exist (or are pending)...

How to File A Trademark Application through the Madrid System In order to file an international application, you must have already registered or applied for a mark in your "home" IP Office. This guide explains more about the process, including your eligibility to use the Madrid System, how to complete your application form, required fees, and how to track the status of your application as it...

I once again congratulate WTO and WHO for organizing today’s timely High-Level Dialogue to allow all the various stakeholders to come together to discuss this critical topic, and I once again affirm that in WIPO, you have a partner fully committed to working together to realize these shared goals. Opening Remarks by WIPO Director General Geneva, July 21, 2021 DG Dr. Tedros of the WHO, DG...