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6.02 Discuss Product Licensing. Licensing. Permission to copy name, logo, or trademark of a league, athlete, sports team, entertainer, film, television show, or character for a fee, also called royalties A licensor is the rights-holder of the name, logo, or trademark. Licensing (con’t).

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licensing
Licensing
  • Permission to copy name, logo, or trademark of a league, athlete, sports team, entertainer, film, television show, or character for a fee, also called royalties
  • A licensor is the rights-holder of the name, logo, or trademark
licensing con t
Licensing (con’t)
  • A licensee is company paying for permission to use the name, logo, or trademark
  • Well-known licensees include Nike, Reebok, Adidas, Sony, Nintendo, and Sega
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Licensing (con’t)
  • Licensed products are manufactured by licensees under an agreement with a a licensor
  • Licensees can have a significant impact on a licensor’s perception among consumers
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Licensing (con’t)
  • A license issued to another company that will manufacture, market, and sell the licensed products
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Licensing (con’t)
  • Licensing provides greater profit , promotion, and legal protection for the licensor
licensor
Licensor
  • The licensor approves the product and collects the licensing fees and royalties
  • For example, WB will give permission to Electronic Arts to use the Harry Potter character
licensor con t
Licensor (con’t)
  • Companies typically pay between 5 and 10 percent of wholesales in the form of royalties
character versus corporate licensing
Character Versus Corporate Licensing
  • A sports or entertainment entity permits a licensee to use their image, name or character for a fee
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Character Versus Corporate Licensing (con’t)
  • For example, LucasArts licenses a manufacturer to use the images of the characters from Star Wars: Attack of the Clones
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Character Versus Corporate Licensing (con’t)
  • A corporation permits a licensee to use the corporate image of name for a fee
  • For example, Coca-Cola licenses a manufacturer to use their corporate logo on a baseball cap
advantages of licensing
Advantages of Licensing
  • Advantages for Licensor

a. Enhanced company image and publicity

b. Increased profit from royalties.

c. Increased brand awareness or recognition

d. Increased opportunity for penetrating new markets

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Advantages of Licensing (con’t)

e. Limited manufacturing costs or risks

  • Advantages for Licensee

a. Existing brand awareness or recognition

b. Lower advertising and promotional costs

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Advantages of Licensing (con’t)

c. Increased possibility of success and profitability

d. Connection with an athlete, sports team, entertainer, or corporation

disadvantages of licensing
Disadvantages of Licensing
  • Disadvantage for licensor

a. Potential for poor quality of a licensee’s manufactured products

b. Partial relinquishment of control over the marketing mix of the brand

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Disadvantages of Licensing (con’t)
  • Disadvantages for licensee:

a. Athlete, entertainer, or corporation may lose popularity.

b. Sports teams may suffer losing seasons

c. Change in styles, trends, and consumer preferences

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Disdvantages of Licensing (con’t)

d. Royalties and licensing fees can be expensive

e. Manufacturing costs and risks

f. Competition can drive up costs associated with fees and royalties

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Disadvantages of Licensing (con’t)

g. Competition can cause a negative impact on market share

impact of licensing on consumers
Impact of Licensing on Consumers
  • Increased opportunity to associate with an athlete, sports team, entertainer, or corporation
  • Increased supply of available products
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Impact of Licensing on Consumers (con’t)
  • Competition can result in lower prices, new products and better quality.
bootlegging
Bootlegging
  • Bootlegging is unauthorized use of a name, logo, or trademark of a league, athlete, sports team, entertainer, film, TV show or character
  • Bootlegging reduces the profits of the licensors and legitimate licensees
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Bootlegging (con’t)
  • Bootlegging can result in poor quality products for consumers, which will decrease brand loyalty