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For one month, starting on 1 July 2021, SMEs wishing to register their trademarks or designs can benefit from a partial reimbursement of their registration fees.

To do so, they can use the “IP voucher“: an initiative of the European Commission, the EUIPO (European Union Intellectual Property Office), in collaboration with the national intellectual property offices.

The companies concerned (only SMEs) can thus receive a maximum reimbursement of 50% of their basic fees for registration procedures for trademarks or designs.

In concrete terms:

  • for the registration of a Benelux trademark, €122 can be refunded (50% of €244);
  • for the registration of a Benelux design, the maximum refund is €75 (50% of €150).

The “IP voucher” can also be used for registration procedures for trademarks and designs in the European Union.

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