The very first trademark registered in the UK was the Bass Brewery’s red triangle, registered in 1876, which is still in force today, showing there is no limit to how long a trademark can be in force if you continue using a trademark renewal service.
Trademark Renewal Service
In most countries, after initial registration, a trademark will last for an initial period of around ten years before a trademark renewal will be due. If your trademark isn’t renewed at this point, your trademark will expire, which could potentially allow a competitor to then claim your old trademark, and you could lose that ten years of brand building. Not only that, in most countries, trademark renewal will cost less money than having to pay to re-register your trademark again from the beginning.
Quick & Easy Trademark Renewal Service
Notify BKIP if your trademark anywhere in the world is nearing expiration, and we will take care of the rest with our trademark renewal service. If your trademark was registered through BKIP, we will automatically warn you that your trademark is about to expire, and start the trademark renewal procedure, giving you that piece of mind. However, if your trademark was not registered through BKIP, we still offer our trademark renewal service.