Once an international mark has been registered, it is valid for ten years and can be renewed every ten years. The simplest way to renew an international registration is to use the E-Renewal service.
Alternatively, renewal may be requested on paper using form MM11, or by means of any communication giving the necessary information, namely, the international registration number, the designated Contracting Parties for which renewal is requested and the reason for the payment.
The Fee Calculator may be used to estimate the cost of renewal.
For further information on renewal before the International Bureau, see paragraphs B.II.73.01 to 82.03 of the Guide to the International Registration of Marks under the Madrid Agreement and the Madrid Protocol.