Can I use hyphen or a number in a trademark?

Generally speaking, using a hyphen or a number in a trademark does not increase or decrease the value of the trademark, nor does it have an impact on whether the trademark will be accepted or rejected it. It is also generally not prohibited and does not affect the trademark examination process. However, it is important to note that the use of a hyphen or a number in a trademark may affect its distinctiveness and registrability. Trademarks are typically more distinctive and easier to register if they are made up of unique words or phrases rather than generic terms, numbers or other symbols.