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For other cases, a written permission will generally be provided. Can I create a new logo design in combination with the LDC5 logo? (...) Non-UN entities are not permitted to incorporate the LDC5 logo or its elements into a separate logo design or use it as part of the entity’s own logo or branding elements. Do I need permission to use LDC5 branding in a print or web publication? (...) Do I need permission to use LDC5 branding for conferences and seminars that are not free to attend?
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Score: 1008020.3 - https://www.un.org/ldc5/es/node/891
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What that means is that the savings and loans, particularly in Germany, are concentrating on their traditional customer base locally at the city or village level, and using the Internet as an electronic branch rather than as a medium to develop a global or even national market for new customers. With so many banks developing Internet branches, a strong brand or corporate identity is essential. (...) Bornhausser says that it is especially crucial for traditional brick-and-mortar banks to establish their brands against the new, direct banks - like Egg in Britain or NetBank in the United States - that do not have a physical infrastructure and may not even be from the banking sector. IBM Corp. is also stressing the importance of branding and corporate identity. IBM and Interbrand, a London-based branding consultancy, recently completed research studying the top banking brands against a benchmark series of 100 criteria for on-line banking excellence defined by IBM.
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Score: 1007973.7 - https://www.itu.int/newsarchive/wtd/1999/iht10/tfi-03.html
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Statistics Sweden’s brand platform revisited: results and next steps CONFERENCE OF EUROPEAN STATISTICIANS Expert Meeting on the Dissemination and Communication of Statistics 13-15 September 2022, Online 25 August 2022 Statistics Sweden’s brand platform revisited: results and next steps Karin Hansson; Nizar Chakkour; Sara Brinkberg (Statistics Sweden, Sweden) karin.hansson@scb.se, Nizar.Chakkour@scb.se, sara.brinkberg@scb.se Abstract For a number of years, regular surveys have shown that the general public has great confidence in Statistics Sweden. (...) To improve the external communication and engage better with users, Statistics Sweden introduced a brand platform in 2016. The platform consists of, among other things, an updated logo and a new graphical profile, guidelines for using pictures, colours, as well as clear, consistent and inclusive language. The brand platform is the core guide for all external communication.
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Score: 1005260.9 - https://unece.org/sites/defaul...mm2022_S1_Sweden_Hansson_A.pdf
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EST Watch on Facebook Programme Welcoming Remarks Bruce Knotts Director, New York Office, Unitarian Universalist Association (UUA)  Moderator Jeff Texler Professor, Fashion Ethics, Sustainability, and Development, Fashion Law Institute at Fordham  Speakers Ayesha Barenblat Founder, Remake Tara Rangarajan Head of Communications, Brand Relationships and Country Programmes, International Labour Organization (ILO) Cyril Naicker CEO, Imprint Luxury; Country Coordinator, Fashion Revolution (South Africa) Hyejune Park Professor, Oklahoma State University, Specialist in Sustainable Fashion Consumption   Bios Bruce Knotts.jpg Bruce Knotts Bruce Knotts was a Peace Corps Volunteer in Ethiopia, worked for Raytheon in Saudi Arabia (1976-80) and on a World Bank contract in Somalia (1982-4), before he joined the Department of State as a U.S. diplomat in 1984.  (...) Isaac works internationally as a venue manager for New York Fashion Week, event environmentalist, photographer and social media consultant.    (...) Her recent research examined the mechanism of brand loyalty formation for sustainable fashion and fast fashion brands and the triple bottom line model as it is applied to customer-centric sustainability for fashion brands.  
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Score: 1004187.5 - https://www.un.org/tr/node/124806
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EST Watch on Facebook Programme Welcoming Remarks Bruce Knotts Director, New York Office, Unitarian Universalist Association (UUA)  Moderator Jeff Texler Professor, Fashion Ethics, Sustainability, and Development, Fashion Law Institute at Fordham  Speakers Ayesha Barenblat Founder, Remake Tara Rangarajan Head of Communications, Brand Relationships and Country Programmes, International Labour Organization (ILO) Cyril Naicker CEO, Imprint Luxury; Country Coordinator, Fashion Revolution (South Africa) Hyejune Park Professor, Oklahoma State University, Specialist in Sustainable Fashion Consumption   Bios Bruce Knotts.jpg Bruce Knotts Bruce Knotts was a Peace Corps Volunteer in Ethiopia, worked for Raytheon in Saudi Arabia (1976-80) and on a World Bank contract in Somalia (1982-4), before he joined the Department of State as a U.S. diplomat in 1984.  (...) Isaac works internationally as a venue manager for New York Fashion Week, event environmentalist, photographer and social media consultant.    (...) Her recent research examined the mechanism of brand loyalty formation for sustainable fashion and fast fashion brands and the triple bottom line model as it is applied to customer-centric sustainability for fashion brands.  
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Score: 1004187.5 - https://www.un.org/uk/node/124806
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Building back better in response to COVID-19 Participate Registration Civil Society Exhibitions Private Sector Forum South-South Co-operation Youth About Doha COVID-19 Omicron Information note Travel Information News & Media Branding Guidelines & Materials Latest News Media Accreditation News Home News & Media Communications Materials Communications Materials     The Fifth United Nations Conference on the Least Developed Countries (LDC5) logo is available for use in the six official languages of the UN ( Arabic , Chinese , English , French , Russian , Spanish ) as well as ( Portuguese , Hindi  and Kiswahili ).   (...) Non-UN entities are not permitted to incorporate the LDC5 logo or its elements into a separate logo design or use it as part of the entity’s own logo or branding elements. Do I need permission to use LDC5 branding in a print or web publication? (...) Do I need permission to use LDC5 branding for conferences and seminars that are not free to attend?
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Score: 942619.7 - https://www.un.org/ldc5/node/891
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Building back better in response to COVID-19 Participate Registration Civil Society Exhibitions Private Sector Forum South-South Co-operation Youth About Doha COVID-19 Omicron Information note Travel Information News & Media Branding Guidelines & Materials Latest News Media Accreditation News Home News & Media Communications Materials Communications Materials     The Fifth United Nations Conference on the Least Developed Countries (LDC5) logo is available for use in the six official languages of the UN ( Arabic , Chinese , English , French , Russian , Spanish ) as well as ( Portuguese , Hindi  and Kiswahili ).   (...) Non-UN entities are not permitted to incorporate the LDC5 logo or its elements into a separate logo design or use it as part of the entity’s own logo or branding elements. Do I need permission to use LDC5 branding in a print or web publication? (...) Do I need permission to use LDC5 branding for conferences and seminars that are not free to attend?
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Score: 942619.7 - https://www.un.org/ldc5/Communications-Materials
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ENFORCEMENT OF COMPETITION POLICY IN THE RETAIL SECTOR: COMPETITION ISSUES IN THE FOOD RETAIL CHAIN
Retail market concentration is growing and the possibility for new entries or the growth of small actors is diminishing; (b) Competition bottlenecks may be better dealt with under an ex ante regulatory regime than under competition rules; (c) Anti-competitive practices of supermarkets are widespread, simultaneous and multifaceted, pointing to a structural market failure; (d) Vertical integration and foreclosure practices by supermarkets place the former vertical relationships between grocery brands and supermarkets in a new horizontal dimension, that is, a non-reciprocal commercialization agreement with competitors, whose brands compete head-on with independent brands in a store; (e) For many years, competition law and policy enforcement has been biased against manufacturers (suppliers) and in defence of retailers. (...) Separation of independent brands from supermarket sales activities 45. In order to ensure equitable access by independent brands to supermarkets and fair in-store competition with supermarket brands, there is a need for supermarkets to maintain separate accounts for sales of their own brands and of independent brands. (...) In addition, in Spain, there is a new law on measures to improve the functioning of the food chain.25 Finally, as vertical integration of supermarket and grocery brand activities and supermarket control over in-store competition under a retail business model raises significant competition-related problems, public authorities
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Score: 934960.8 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...open&DS=TD/B/C.I/CLP/38&Lang=E
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STRATEGIC COMMUNICATIONS FRAMEWORK FOR STATISTICAL INSTITUTIONS
and Levy, S.J. 1955. ‘The Product & the Brand’, Harvard Business Review, March/April) • A brand emerges as various “authors” tell stories that involve the brand. (...) B. Why is branding important? 17. A mature brand is part of an organization’s DNA. (...) As a statistical organization, you have a brand whether you acknowledge it or not. Therefore, it is important to control and own your brand.
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Score: 929280.2 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...?open&DS=ECE/CES/2019/7&Lang=E
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PROPOSAL FOR AMENDMENTS TO REGULATION NO. 117 (UNIFORM PROVISIONS CONCERNING THE APPROVAL OF TYRES WITH REGARD TO ROLLING SOUND EMISSIONS AND/OR TO ADHESION ON WET SURFACES AND/OR TO ROLLING RESISTANCE)
Paragraph 2.2., amend to read: "2.2.2.3. "Brand name"/trademark or "Trade description" Means the identification of the brand or trademark as given defined by the tyre manufacturer and Marked on the sidewall(s) of the tyre. (...) It may coincide with the brand name/trademark." Renumber 2.4. to 2.8. as paragraphs 2.6. to 2.10. (...) Brand name(s)/trademark(s) of the type of tyre: 4.2.
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Score: 928417.1 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...RANS/WP.29/GRRF/2016/14&Lang=E
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