ownable

ownable

(ˈəʊnəbəl)
adj
able to be owned
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'Manila Water's Toka Toka is our program that aims to clean and revive our waterways through these important four ownable acts: solid waste segregation, desludging every five to seven years, connecting to sewer line and educating the community,' he said.
It was simply an authentic and ownable translation of who Starbucks was and who they aspired to be.
"Rights" of any kind do not simply give the holder the ability to capture value; they also give the holder the ability to expect to capture value, potentially as a stream that flows out over time on some dimension of a legally ownable good.
Good ergonomic design creates unique and ownable brand experiences that effectively extricate a company from a commodity market through designs that are sought out, provide rewarding profit margins, advance the state-of-the-art, and place the company as the undisputed category leader.
We created the iconic droplet structure as the key, ownable brand equity, delivering clarity and coherency to the messaging hierarchy, which was then developed across the other tiers."
It is said that Smartmatic has made the system flexible enough to be customizable, non-proprietary, and completely ownable by the County itself.
Proper and complete research and testing will underpin the design of a product that creates a unique and ownable user experience that incentivizes brand loyalty.
A good wordmark could be ownable and clever, but there are many difficulties to making it work.
The first (and most obvious) characteristic of a good business purpose is that it be ownable and unique.
After all, human interactions create relationships, partnerships, trust and community--all facets of a relatable, ownable brand.