New York, NY (PRWEB) December 14, 2005
Available for immediate license are several states where medical clinics can utilize the Medplaza ® trademark. This promotion involves an offer for a long-term license at aggressively low pricing to stimulate interest prior to a future auction event were the available states will go to the highest bidder. Those interested parties should submit a letter of intent outlining their proposed bid price and desired term in number of years. Being that each state will be considered separately please submit a separate letter of interest for each state desired. The marketing agent for trademark licensing will review all bids and determine those that are most beneficial for the trademark holder. The deadline for all entries is 30 days from the date of this release. All correspondence should be sent to the contact address below. Successful bid proposals will be contacted to make arrangements for the closing.
The owner has decided to allow licensing of the trademark to health care entities with medical clinics who wish to solidify a health care clinic brand with a name that promotes a sense of quality, is pleasant, easily recognizable, memorable, relevant, and friendly to potential clients. The ideal licensee is a public or private company with a national presence or planned build out or acquisition of clinics in multiple states that desires a unique, protected trademarked brand. An exclusive arrangement with only one organization will be considered for a premium as well as multiple licensees.
The current state of health care delivery necessitates the organization of team members and facilities into larger and larger groups based partly on the need to offset ever rising overhead and continually receding profit margins. A smaller number of large entities will control the outpatient portion of health care delivery analogously as this trend has impacted inpatient care in the past two decades. One important factor to the patient population as the entity size increases is the perception that quality is ever increasing, not the other way around. A way to stabilize these perceptions and control inevitable quality control concerns is to effectively promote over a long term a brand that the public comes to recognize as familiar and reinforces their overall long-term quality perception of the health care entity through the brand.
The value of such a brand would vary depending on the perspective of the organization using it. As an example, the incorporation of the above features to a multi-billion dollar entity that increases revenues by 10% yearly over the life of the company would be worth billions. Trademarks and patents allow the branding process to occur to create the necessary quality perception; otherwise the process would be unprotected and futile. Here is a unique opportunity to acquire a brand that can launch or deliver a healthcare organization to the top quality brand level desired.
Contact: Dave Kennedy http://medplaza.org