...Time and the world do not stand still. Change is the law of life. And those who look only to the past or the present are certain to miss the future.
--John F. Kennedy
Radio test: Gholo passes the radio test, with one caveat; the "h" is silent -- the listener will hear "Golo" -- so a radio announcer would need to present the name as follows:
"Gholo-dot-com, that's "G-holo-dot-com."
In short, Gholo is somewhat an aural term, but primarily a visual term: internet, TV, print. If you plan to use radio spots extensively for advertising your product or service, you should be okay using this name, but if your product is related to hologram technology, why would you?
"Gholo" and its variations ("G holo," "Gho lo," and "Ghol o"), do not appear in the USPTO.gov data bases. In 2005, there was a proposal to develop Gholo (Grid-Holo, a multiparadigm model oriented to development of grid systems), but a quick Google search found nothing else about this platform, and no trademarks for "Grid-Holo" were found on USPTO.gov.
There is one live trademark on "Holo," owned by a guitar manufacturer, which should be no problem for the buyer, unless the buyer plans to get into the guitar business.
If you have questions regarding use, consult with a trademark attorney.
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