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    For lifestyle managment that reaches new heights

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    Getting your juices flowing

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    Bringing the inner you out of you

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    Specstrum (nod to franny)

    Eyesinglass

    Refractor

    Arcoiris (spanish for rainbow)

    Qozah (half of the Arabic word for rainbow)

    Raduga (Russian for rainbow)

     

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    The Green Room

    BoomRoom

    Giganight (Gig-a-night)

    FestRest

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    Ted’s Dead

    SoftOff

    Plushtration

     

    chris
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    ..at the risk of repeating Snark, what makes you different from the 1000+ others out there doing the same thing? What is it about your service that would persuade someone using one of your competitors to change to you?

    All the stuff you need

    SupplyMaster

    Pyxis (an ancient greek storage jar)

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    Proseccissimo

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    Tripwizard

    There & Back

    Here & There

    Great Circle

    Fingersnap

    Spoor

     

     

     

    chris
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    I think that this may be one of those cases where a good descriptor of what you should be an integral part of the thinking – ie, a name with a tagline attached.

    You may have a concise description of what your business is already, but, for the sake of argument, let us suppose that it is ‘Social Enterprise Consulting’, then something like:

    Anthill | Social Enterprise Consulting

    might be appropriate, picking up on the ‘you as part of their team working together’ approach. My experience of community-based, NFP organisations is that they are quite team-driven, so a name that reflects this would have synergy with their organisational culture.

     

     

    chris
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    HI Alzad; I’m sure that you know what you mean by ‘a comprehensive tool set to help them achieve their goals’ and ‘their very own Professional Passport’ as you have doubtless worked with the idea for a long time.

    However, I’m afraid that I have absolutely no idea what any of this means; what are you actually providing? If I was a prospective customer, what would I be buying and how will it help me?

    Second, I’m not sure you necessarily need a ‘short’ .com. Apart from the fact that virtually all the good ones have been taken years ago, a quick look at some of the most successful current sites suggests that quite long (but memorable) names work just as well. It is memorable rather than short that is the key.

    I don’t mean any of this to be negative; I really want to help but just need to understand a bit more….

    chris
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    One way to do the ‘growth’ angle is to add a tagline, for example:

    Company name | Know more, grow more

    Asking a single name to do multiple things is almost always a mistake. Make the name memorable then add a tagline as a descriptor.

    As for Xlerate….it doesn’t do it for me (sorry) but that’s just a personal thing (conjures up X-rated for me rather than accelerate)

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