Trademarking made simple.

Register your trademark in the UK in 3 simple steps.

How do I trademark my brand?

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"After recently starting a business, i was unsure how to trademark my brand. Trademark IT helped every step of the way. "


How long does it take?

We will verify that it is possible to file your trademark application within 24 hours, if successful, Your first draft application will be submitted to within 48 hours. 

Your application is assessed by the trademark office, published for potential oppositions, and finally approved. This can take between 4-6 months.

Why Register a Trademark?

Registering your trademarks and logos is part of every business. But that’s not enough. You also need to make sure nobody else uses it. Trademark It provides you all the necessary tools for effectively monitoring and protecting your brand.

Trademark enables you to set your brand apart from the competition and gives you an exclusive right to profit from it.

Without trademark protection, it is easy for others to freeride on the value you have created with your brand. According to statistics, 85% of large firms registered a trademark infringement in 2020. Trademark protects you from copycats and malicious competition.

What is the FREE verification process?

Our experienced team will assess whether it is possible to register your trademark this includes analysis of registration eligibility from a distinctiveness and similarity perspective.

You will get the result within 24 hours.

If we feel that there are any other similar trademarks or anything that will create difficulty when submitting your application, we will issue a full refund.


Benefits of registering a trademark

Legal Action

You can take legal action against anyone who uses your brand without your permission.


If you have plans to franchise your business, you can licence the use of the trademark.

Use Symbols

Put the ® and the ™ symbol next to your brand - to show that it’s yours and warn others against using it.

Asset Protection

The words and images that are projected to the public to distinguish the goods and services provided.

10 year protection

Protect your company for 10 years before needing to renew your trademark.

Building Value

Investors will always be interested in whether a business has trademarked its name, key products or services.

What does trademark registration really give you?

Real Ownership

Trademarking is the ultimate step to protecting your brand. It's completely necessary if you plan on selling your product or if you want to keep others from profiting off of your hard work.

Financial value

In the digital age, customers are increasingly reluctant to trust brands. A trademark logo indicates authenticity, providing genuine assurance of the brand's identity and quality.

Become trustworthy

In the digital age, customers are increasingly reluctant to trust brands. A trademark logo indicates authenticity, providing genuine assurance of the brand's identity and quality.

Get started for just £360

Step 1 of 4

Start by telling us about you

Your trade mark details and all correspondence will be with the details you provide.

What is the difference between a copyright & a trademark?

We don’t just specialise in trademarking, our sister company Copyright IT can help with copyrighting and protecting your work in 179 countries. But what is best for you?

Trademark and copyright are both forms of intellectual property, which can be defined as intangible assets, in other words, creations of the mind—such as inventions, literary and artistic works, designs, symbols, names and images used in commerce.

When it comes to intellectual property for businesses, this can largely encompass any business ideas, as well as works or processes that come from those ideas.

The main difference, therefore, between copyright vs. trademark is that, although both offer intellectual property protection, they protect different types of assets and have different registration requirements.

Overall, copyright protects literary and artistic materials and works, such as books and videos, and is automatically generated upon creation of the work. A trademark, on the other hand, protects items that help define a company brand, such as a business logo or slogan, and require more extensive registration through the government for the greatest legal protections.

So, what would you like to do?

What can I Trademark?

The Intellectual Property Office outlines what you can and can’t register as a trade mark:

Any new UK trade mark must be unique and can include the following:

View our free guide on what you can and cannot trademark.

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