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(of a product or service) marketed under or carrying two or more brand names:‘co-branded credit cards’
- ‘The film manufacturer plans to release the first co-branded product in the spring of 2005.’
- ‘‘We expect to issue our co-branded local currency card in 2003,’ the chairman said.’
- ‘As co-branded product development continues in this category, the trend of adding other brand names and logos to containers also remains.’
- ‘The companies’ new co-branded auction service will be accessed via a jump-page off at the Internet portal.’
- ‘The telecom company will offer a co-branded service, making it the first phone company to combine local and long distance with cellular, Internet, and video under one bill.’
- ‘Part of the TV channel's success stems from its male-driven, World War II image, an image that could change if women start buying co-branded products like furniture.’
- ‘The co-branded service is described as the initial offering, so there's clearly more brewing from that long term relationship.’
- ‘There is an incredible array of co-branded products in the dairy case for kids and teens alike.’
- ‘It's also the company's first co-branded product.’
- ‘The co-branded card would carry a host of exclusive privileges and offers on products from time to time.’
- ‘For growth, he concluded a key deal in October with the computer manufacturer to sell co-branded products.’
- ‘The national bank is coming out with its credit card as a co-branded product with a foreign bank.’
- ‘But all the benefits to be obtained by either party depend on the issue of the co-branded credit card.’
- ‘Officials expect to launch a co-branded broadband service in the telecom's 13-state region.’
- ‘Unlike other service providers, this co-branded service has no contract restriction.’
- ‘In the case of co-branded products, other product logos, images or even cartoon characters are commonly featured prominently on the face of the package.’
- ‘Company executives said they would focus on sales in emerging markets and on co-branded operator deals.’
- ‘The toy retailer and does all inventory management, merchandising, purchasing, and marketing on the co-branded site.’
- ‘In addition, the co-branded products have gained great acceptance with our consumers and have continued to surpass our expectations.’
- ‘In addition to co-branded products, ice cream manufacturers are teaming up with one another.’
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