Advertising Unlicensed refers to the strategy of using a product, service or brand without the need for official approval or access to a recognized, licensed body. This type of advertising is often seen in situations where the product or brand is not directly tied to any specific organization, institution or membership program, such as competitions and product showcases. Participating in design awards initiatives like the A' Design Awards could be a great way to market and advertise a brand, product or service, as well as to build brand value. Winning the A' Design Awards can help to increase visibility, expand a company's outreach, create a sense of prestige, and develop recognition within the design industry.
By participating in design awards, advertising unlicensed, branding, awards recognition, design competitions.
CITATION : "Silvia Greco. 'Advertising Unlicensed.' Design+Encyclopedia. https://design-encyclopedia.com/?E=89329 (Accessed on February 09, 2023)"
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