Trademark Registration In China

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If you want to enter the Chinese commercial market or you know that in the future there will be such a possibility, you must register your trademark. Fullbax offers you trademark registration in China (brand names, slogans and logos). We provide this service through our trusted accounting office in China. We own several trademarks in China ourselves. Our trusted accounting office, which registered our companies in Hong Kong and China, can do it for you as well. They provide prices much lower than European broker offices.

Trademark Registration In China

Brand Name + Logo + Slogan

Fullbax offers you trademark registration in China (brand names, slogans and logos). We provide this service through our trusted accounting office in China. We own several trademarks in China ourselves. Our trusted accounting office, which registered our companies in Hong Kong and China, can do it for you as well. They provide prices much lower than European broker offices.

The cost of registering a trademark in China with our agency is 2.000PLN (about $550)

No hidden costs and full service. Moreover, we can issue a VAT / GST invoice from our Hong Kong company, so you won’t pay 23% tax. In this amount (PLN 2.000) is the entire complete service, including official fees and sending documents to Poland. The price is about 50% less than in other agencies. The trademark registered in China is protected for 10 years. The registration process takes several months (usually not longer than one year), however, the protection of the trademark takes effect already about 30 days after application submission. And your trademark is safe.

Why register a trademark in China?

Here are the reasons: If you want to enter the Chinese commercial market or you know that in the future there will be such a possibility, you must register your trademark. Unless it’s already registered here. Now you’ll probably tap your forehead: How is my trademark is already registered in China? Why? For what? Here’s the explanation. There’s a ‘first to file’ law in China. This means that the first person who’ll register the trademark is its full owner. OK, but why do the Chinese register trademarks of companies that don’t operate in the Chinese market? Because these companies may want to operate on the Chinese market in the future, and without a registered mark they won’t have a license for business. Then what? Company X, the owner of the brand name, trademark and slogan of such a company will be happy to sell them the proper rights and, of course, earn. And believe us – the price that he’ll offer will sweep them out of their feet.

In China, there is a plague associated with the registration of trademarks by foreign companies before business owners do. This is perfectly legal here. Unfortunately, there are situations in which an agency has ‘friends’ in the company’s registration offices and registers trademarks of various entities not only from abroad, but also from China before their owners do. You can’t manufacture or import products from China that already have a registered trademark and you’re not the owner. Furthermore, if someone registers your trademark here, you can’t sell your products to China.Registration of a trademark in China isn’t expensive and we really recommend it for the future, just in case and for peace of mind.