Unfortunately, there is no such thing as a singular "international brand registration" that provides global protection for a trademark. Trademark registration is primarily governed by national or regional jurisdictions, and each country or region has its own trademark registration process and associated costs.
To seek protection for a brand in multiple countries, there are a few options available. One common approach is to file separate trademark applications in each desired country or region individually, following their respective registration procedures and paying the applicable fees. The costs associated with this approach can vary significantly depending on the number of countries or regions in which protection is sought, the number of classes of goods and services, and any additional fees required by each jurisdiction.
If you're considering registering a trademark in multiple countries, you may be interested in our international packages.