I am in the process of applying for a trademark in one country; can I do the other countries afterwards or does it have to be done now?

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Written by Igor Demcak

CEO & Legal Mind

No, you don't have to apply for a trademark in multiple countries immediately.

Generally, you have the flexibility to pursue trademark registration in additional countries after initiating the process in one country. Generally, trademark registration is a country-specific process, and you can choose to expand your trademark protection to other countries at a later stage. This allows you to assess the performance of your trademark in the initial country and make informed decisions regarding further international expansion.

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