More brands should convey political values and take a stand on divisive issues, research suggests
A new research paper by an academic at the University of North Carolina School of Law has proposed that rights holders conceptualise trademarks “as a frontier for social entrepreneurship”. The research finds that in an environment of increasing political and media distrust, brands could fill that void and provide consumers with “authenticity and enduring values”, but must also weigh up the risks of taking certain divisive positions.
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