If Trade Mark protection is required beyond the Irish Jurisdiction, the following options are available:
Application to EUIPO (formally the Office for Harmonisation in the Internal Market) for a European Union Trade Mark, which will provide registration in the 28 Countries of the European Union.
Application for International Trade Mark Registration under the Madrid Protocol.
Application made directly to the relevant National Industrial Property Protection Office of the country where protection is required.
The InnovAccess website provides access to general information on IP issues, including grant/registration procedures and costs, from 30 European countries IP offices.