First, please select whether your trade mark
- consists exclusively of text (words, letters, and/or numbers) that is represented by conventional print (word mark)
- includes graphic elements (figurative mark)
|A trademark may consist of any mark capable of distinguishing the goods or services of one undertaking from those of other undertakings. It can, for instance, be a word, personal name, design, letter, or numeral.The best-known trademark forms are the following: wordmarks, figurative marks, and word/figurative marks.|
|Wordmarks are trademarks that consist exclusively of words, letters, numerals or other characters and are represented in conventional printing. The mark
would be registered as a wordmark. Please choose “Wordmark” if all the characters in your mark can be represented in normal print.
|Figurative marks are images, graphical representations, or pictures that contain no word component. The following logo
would be registered as a figurative mark. Please choose “Figurative mark” if your mark contains no word component.
|Word/figurative marks are a subset of figurative marks. They consist of a combination of word and picture elements, or of words that are represented graphically. The following mark
would be registered as a figurative mark. Please choose “Figurative mark” if your mark consists of word components and graphical elements.