ownable

ownable

(ˈəʊnəbəl)
adj
able to be owned
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protectable prospect is therefore just like any other ownable res.
However, our ownable and winnable merchandise strategies continue to produce consistent results," he said.
It has resulted in a lot of hilarious content users and consumers have generated and #TweetFromTheSeat is now an ownable property for them.
Eyeko's bold and impactful packaging combines an iconic brand mark, ownable blue-black color palette, and contemporary illustration.
June Dairy Month presents a unique and ownable opportunity for The Great American Milk Drive to spotlight the critical role milk can play in helping to fight child hunger," he says.
Leveraging your brand throughout your customer experience will result in a more ownable, authentic, and differentiated customer experience that will deliver a sustainable competitive advantage and significant ROI.
The difficulty of this proposition lies in instilling institutional commitment to commons qualities and practices that run counter to copyright activity outside of higher education, where everything intangible that is ownable tends to be owned.
Furthermore, for brands looking to create brand equity and attract consumers to their products, a "differentiated, ownable brand image can build an emotional and rational bridge from customers to a company, a product, or a service" (Ghodeswar, 2008, p.
There's a lot of brainstorming coming up with lots of names and then weeding down to make sure it's ownable and it strategically supports where you're trying to take the organization.
The custom typeface, graphic treatments, and limited color palette together create a uniquely ownable and consistent identity for the brand.
It's one of those ideas that's different, unique, memorable, and ownable, and I think that's why they have been so popular.
Scale when you find a new business that is desirable (people want it), viable (you can make money doing it), and ownable (you know how to win when the market matures).