Once your mark has been recorded in the International Register, the international registration is valid for ten years and can be renewed every ten years directly with WIPO (upon payment of the required renewal fees).
You will receive an unofficial notice from WIPO confirming the date of expiry of your international registration.
When to renew
You may renew your international registration either before the 10-year term of protection expires or within the six-month grace period following its expiry. Note that you must pay a surcharge if you renew during the grace period.
How to renew
Subject to some exceptions, the simplest way to renew your international registration is to use e-Renewal.
WIPO will examine your renewal (for formalities only) and notify you of any problems, including failure to pay the required fees.
If the renewal complies with the formal requirements, WIPO will record it in the International Register and send you a Certificate of Renewal.
The Fee Calculator will help you estimate renewal fees. Note that you must pay a surcharge if you renew your international registration during the grace period.
Disclaimer: Fee Calculator results are based on information you have provided and the Schedule of Fees in effect at the time the estimate is generated. The estimate is provided for information purposes only. For the most accurate estimate, consult the Fee Calculator immediately before you submit a request or your payment order.
For further information on renewal, refer to 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, pages 58 to 60 of "Making the most of the Madrid System" and the Information Notice No. 23/2014 .