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11 Ways to Come Up with a Cool Catchy Creative Business Name

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When starting a business, finding a great name for it can be tricky, which is why we created a list of 11 ways to come up with a cool catchy creative business name.

What’s in a name? Everything when it comes to growing your business. Especially in the beginning, having a great title is of utmost importance. How will your audience find you? Your name. How will they define you? Your name. How will they decide to become a customer? Your name.

Your business name also has to be a number of things (not to mention cool, catchy and creative). It has to be attractive. It has to be pleasant. It has to be professional. It has to be unique. It has to be timeless. It has to be you.

But because this aspect is so pivotal, it’s also a cause of great stress for many startups. And there’s nothing worse than having the most brilliant business model in your head but having no idea what to call it.

If you’re an investment company, check out 43 Good Names for Investment Companies: Use Our Generator. But if not, take heart and keep reading.

11 Ways to Come Up with a Cool Catchy Creative Business Name

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Steve Jobs named his company Apple after he had just returned from an apple farm. Facebook was originally called the facebook. Amazon was named partly for its alphabetical preeminence. Visa is just an acronym for Visa International Service Association.

What do the M’s in M ‘n M’s stand for? Mars and Murrie, its founders. Hallmark is named after the English hallmark symbol used by 14th-century goldsmiths. A man named Walgreen founded Walgreens.

As you can see, sometimes a business name is as simple as its founder’s name. Sometimes it’s just a catchy acronym. And sometimes it’s an exotic fourteenth-century symbol. But finding what’s right for you may be the hardest part.

To come up with our helpful tips, we consulted well-known and knowledgeable business oriented companies like Forbes, Business Insider, The Balance, Entrepreneur, Inc, to name a few. What they have to say about naming a business makes a lot of sense, and will no doubt ease your mind if you’re out of ideas.

And you won’t have to worry that they don’t have experience; they know all the ins and outs of starting and continuing to grow a successful business. Many examples of other soaring business successes are used several times throughout the article as well, so you can learn from the pros.

So pay close attention to the advice in 11 ways to come up with a cool catchy creative business name, and before you know it, you’ll have made your first sale.

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