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  • Avatarhcw
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    #4588 |

    Hi there,

    I am really stuck trying to think of a good name for my new business venture, so I need your expert help 🙂

    Here are some bullets describing the very basics:

    – Type: B2B
    – Target Customers: Retail companies
    – Product: Internet platform
    – Goal: Increases efficiency of brand expansion
    – Corporate Culture: Company will have “start-up” culture and wants to appear “fresh” and not bound to old rules

    – Should convey professionalism
    – Should be stylish (think Apple Design)

    I am looking forward to receive to your ideas!

    Best,

    HC

  • Avatarsnark
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    Post count: 413
    #4596 |

    V Formation

    Victory Dance

    Forest

    Rainmaker

    Tsunami

    Fireworks

    • Avatarhcw
      Participant
      Post count: 1
      #4598 |

      Dear snark

      Thanks so much for your ideas.

      I think that I am kind of looking more for an artificial word, composed of two or more words related to the industry. For example: brandexpan (not convincing, I know 🙂 )

      Best regards

      HC

  • chrischris
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    #4604 |

    Brandmother

     

     

     

  • GreatStartNames.comGreatStartNames.com
    Participant
    Post count: 35
    #4617 |

    Could you share more details on how your internet platform would help in brand expansion ? Is it something like handling the social media and engaging customers ?

    A few suggestions

    Brand Seeds ( seed because it would grow over time )

    BrandXpro ( dot com available at the moment )

    XoBranding ( xo is short type for smiley with closed eyes , signifying your clients can rely on your service and their business would smile ; dotcom available at the moment)

    LifeupBrand

    BrandBoost

     

     

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