Yesterday I posted pictures of some great suggestive trademarks. Here are ten more suggestive names that I love:
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In my opinion, brand owners would be wise to almost always select suggestive brand names. Suggestive names tell the consumer – or hint to them – something about the goods and services. But they are not as direct as descriptive names, so they are more protectable, more likely to be unique, and easier to enforce against possible infringers. And suggestive names are more fun – and more memorable to customers. Which is really the main point of a trademark, anyways.
Here are some great suggestive trademarks I have come across recently:
Last month, I was in San Francisco for the American Bar Association’s annual meeting. Once again, I found that San Francisco is full of creative trademarks. Below are pictures of some of my favorite finds from the trip, which include:
giggle (baby store)
BROW BAR – raising eyebrows since 1976
DARN GOOD FOOD
ROUGE BLANC wine bar
Converse – language chool
TART TO TART
WHAT’S UP DOG!
I recently spent a few days in Boston and captured some photos of some interesting and fun brand names around town.
Did you realize that SWAN BOATS is a registered trademark? According to their USPTO filing, it has been in use since 1877.
Last week I joined more than 10,000 trademark professionals from around the world in Dallas, Texas for the annual INTA® conference.
Here are photos of some of the interesting and fun trademarks I found around town, the airport, and the convention center: