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New company name - quirky or descriptive

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Hogwash Mon 09-Dec-13 02:04:22

This doesn't answer your question, but the other thing I would recommend is to tape yourself saying the various names either as though answering a phone or introducing yourself. I rejected some names on that basis as they were too difficult to say or didn't sound solid enough.

StellaTips Tue 26-Nov-13 15:30:56

My advise is to pick a name that is meaningful to you and conveys the message of your business (i.e. clear enough what it is about hiding a bit of a story behind).
Be creative and better don't just use descriptive names - they are dull and not memorable. It might be a good idea to combine words that sound fun (like "cakepreneur", etc.)

Here's some inspiration for you on quirky and descriptive names combined to win business. Good luck! ;-)

Curioustiger Sat 16-Nov-13 14:30:16

If your name is purely descriptive ie 'delicious cakes' you will never be able to trademark it. I agree with Horatia, a bit of both is ideal.

HoratiaDrelincourt Sat 16-Nov-13 12:40:54

yy to being the top search result, not least because you'll avoid any treading on toes or accusations of passing off or trade mark infringement.

I think good business names are descriptive and unique.

so Horatia's Cakes and Bakes is better than Horatia's Creations or just Cakes and Bakes

Rhododendron Sat 16-Nov-13 10:05:21

This isn't answering your question (sorry), but here's a suggestion: Aim for a name where if someone googles it, they'll find you. I'm surprised how many people don't do this.

SimLondon Fri 15-Nov-13 14:39:57

I was wondering what's best when starting a new business with the aim of selling to other businesses, probably locally. A quirky memorable name or something that has to do with the product/services and location?

thanks for any opinions.

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