Understanding trademark classes - Class 1
Detailed overview of Nice class 1, one of 45 classes of goods and services commonly recognized by intellectual property offices. Classes of good and services help define the industry and vertical in which your brand will be protected by the trademark.
Class 1 covers chemicals used for a wide variety of purposes in industry, science, photography, agriculture, horticulture and forestry. Additional goods encompassed in Class 1 include unprocessed plastics, adhesives, putties, starches, detergents, filtering materials and growing media.
What does trademark class 1 include?
Chemical and organic compositions for use in the manufacture of food and beverages
Chemical compositions and materials for use in the manufacture of cosmetics
Chemical preparations and materials for film, photography and printing
For which industries and sectors would we recommend class 1?
Classes associated with class 1
These classes are commonly associated with the selected class, extending the level of brand protection and their inclusion may be advisable depending on the specific nature of your brand.
Class 9 - Scientific devices, media content and software, glasses and protective equipment
Class 35 - Advertising, business administration, retail and wholesale
Class 37 - Building, construction, repair, maintenance, extraction of natural resources and pest control
Class 40 - Energy, custom manufacture, treatment of materials and recycling
Class 42 - Research, science, technology, architecture and IT services
Trademark class 1 manuals
What are trademark classes of goods & services?
45 Classes of goods & services
All goods & services are categorised into 45 Nice classes
Choosing the right classes
The selection of classes defines the scope of trademark protection
Maximising application success
Tailor-made selection of relevant classes for all our clients