Tuesday, August 25, 2009

Why are trademarks important? For consumers, they provide a measure of consistency and an indicator of quality. Whether you like them or not, a MacDonald's (r) hamburger is pretty much the same no matter where you buy it. For businesses, they can be vaulable assets, allowing separation from the competition. In the next installment, we'll discuss how you acquire a trademark.

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