In the world of entertainment, a band's name is often their first impression on potential fans. It's a crucial part of their brand, embodying their identity and style. But what happens when a band's chosen name leads to legal troubles and threatens to overshadow their music career? British indie pop group Easy Life recently found themselves in such a predicament when they were forced to change their band name due to a trademark dispute with easyGroup, a majority shareholder in airline company easyJet.
Importance of brand in the transportation sector
Insights, key indicators and case studies that inspire providers of transportation services.
Key indicators on the importance of brands
A cross-sectional survey with a representative sample of 10,000 consumers was used to assess the consumers' attitudes towards the extent to which a brand influences their purchase behaviour and their willingness to pay premium prices.
Perceived importance of brand
Willingness to pay premium for brand
In a world increasingly defined by visual branding, a quieter but no less profound revolution is taking place—one that centers on the power of sound. In this soundscape of innovation, the concept of sound trademarks has emerged as a novel frontier in intellectual property. German sports car manufacturer Porsche recently found itself embroiled in a trademark dispute that not only underscores the challenges of creating a unique electric vehicle sound but also sheds light on the broader significance of sound trademarks in a rapidly changing automotive landscape.
Ford joins the ranks of internationally renowned companies that have made an entry into the NFT and Web3.0 space with new trademark registrations. The American car company filed 19 new trademark applications to cover virtual automobiles and online retail services. As more companies are getting involved with NFT projects, unique IP concerns are expected to follow soon.