I am starting an indoor golf center – a place where people can play golf indoors on HD Simulators. Need help coming up with a name for the business. Any suggestions? Would like to appeal both to the serious golfer as well as the hack!
- Golf 24/7
- Virtually Golf
I am in need of a Tagline / Slogan for a new Full-Service Travel Agency. We are located in Norwich, CT but serve anyone in the USA. The name of our Agency is: Trip Guru Travel, LLC. We have incredible customer service, quality consultations, great pricing and awesome pre-planned vacations called Guru Getaways and Escapes. We have an online booking engine for clients who want to book by themselves and online. We specialize in Group Travel, Wedding, Honeymoons and Eco-Friendly Travel. We hope to someday donate lots to charity. We book everything from Hotels, Care Rentals, Flight, Vacation Packages, Rail etc. What makes our Travel Agents (or as we like to call them: Trip Gurus) happy is when our clients smile and have a good time on their vacation. We serve Leisure and Corporate clients. I hope this is enough info to give you a good idea of what we do and who we are.
- We Love To Make People Go Away
- A Stress-Free Vacation Begins With Us
I am currently a home based business involving chocolates – from pralines to truffles, chocolate brownies, chocolate cakes and cupcakes. Need a tagline that will make customer remember my chocolates
I’m using Callebaut choc which is not used by other homemade chocolate business. Lastly, the name of my business is “tisa” that is 9 in Swahili. The reason I chose the name is because I started on my 9th year of marriage with nine flavors. Thanx
- Handmade Premium Chocolate Treats
- Artisan Chocolatier Confections
- For Premium Chocolate Lovers
We are looking for a name & tagline for a construction & landscaping co we are starting in a small Texas town we will offer landscaping yard maintenance home repairs masonry work fencing building barns sheds flooring remodels small home repairs installing fixtures my husband likes rock solid or dream creations for names any input would be helpful.
Jay’s Answer: You’ve got a wide menu you’re trying to cover with a name, but what ideally do you both want to focus on? Landscaping? Home repairs? New home construction? It’s hard to convince someone you can do everything well, especially if you’re just starting out.
Next, do you want your name to highlight the town you’re in (to show you’re local folk) or the region you’re in (to give you room to grow)? If so, put that in your name.
Finally, who are you trying to appeal to: high end clients? retirees? new home buyers? By specializing you make it easier to find exactly who you’re looking for and communicate with them about their needs/concerns.
My company is a B2B trading platform specialized in electronic components. We are turing 10 this year and would like to have a series of promotion. Our current tagline is “The worldwide sourcing platform for electronic components.” Could you pls ad something for the 10th anniversary which is also related to our business? Thanks
Jay’s Answer: How about something like: “10 Years Of Electronic Worldwide Sourcing”?
But also realize that the only one that will care about your anniversary message is your company. Longevity is a nice thing, but in some ways it can also be seen as a negative – it may connote that you’re not “leading edge” anymore. If you want others to celebrate your anniversary, then have 10 months of special deals, or a special 10% off sale, or pick 10 customers to feature in your marketing. In other words, give your customers a reason to care about your anniversary other than simply with a phrase.
We are planning a church related preschool dinner to raise money for tuition support. We are looking for a catchy title for our event. Any suggestions would be great. Thanks!
- Helping Our Preschoolers
- Our Preschool FUNdraiser
My background consists of sales, marketing, management, food industry, retail, Real Estate Licensee, wedding and event planning. I live in South Lake Tahoe and there are so many wedding chapels and businesses here, although I can’t decide if I want to go into property management or my desire is to coordinate weddings and plan events…. So names? Business direction? To be top of mind ahead of the already existing competition. I moved here in November. My background has been working in Beef, Chicken food manufacturing as Executive Assistant, Logistics, Sales and Marketing, Senior Services, Independent and Assisted Living, Jewelry sales, there is so much talent. My father was a minister and I like speaking to women’s groups…so maybe my web-site should be a professional motivational speaker?
Jay’s Answer: Names are irrelevant unless you’ve got a focus. So, let’s talk focus.
- Do you want to work for yourself or others?
- Do you want to work in B2B or B2C (i.e., do you want businesses or consumers as your audience)?
- Do you want to work locally at South Lake Tahoe, or travel, or work virtually (with people from afar)?
- What truly excites you? You’ve listed a number of skills, but I didn’t hear what YOU want to do.
And that’s just the start of a longer conversation that we could have about where you and and where you want to go.
My suggestion is that you should hire a professional coach to help you narrow down your wants/needs and help you achieve your goals.
I work at an Arts & Cultural Center. This summer we are going to start a kids business club. Any suggestions for the name of the club?
The purpose is to interest kids in entrepreneurship and managing money. We have a summer arts program and want to include a business type class this year. We plan to have a big yard/estate sale and have the kids learn how to plan, set-up, make things to sell, market, budget and manage money. Hopefully this business program can be successful and continue even after the summer program is done.
The name should appeal to the public, so they are aware that we offer such a thing and would be interested in buying or donating to the cause, but also appeal to the kids who would want to participate. We are The Niagara Arts & Cultural Center, known as The NACC (pronounced like knack). I’m thinking something like The NACC’s knack, or Nickle NACCs Club, NACCs Niche, KnickNACC’s Club, NnickNACC’s Nickle Club.
Jay’s Answer: The problem with the names you’ve proposed is that you’re trying to shoehorn NACC into something “cute”. The end doesn’t seem to focus on the benefit you’re offering.
Instead, consider: “Kids Making Money” or “Niagara Kids Entrepreneur Club”.
I’m trying to think of a name for our newsletter that is going to our internal marketing folks. It is primarily focused on sharing best practices for all campaign types (call campaigns, emails, direct mail, etc) using internal and external case studies. We’ll also be highlighting new functionality available with our CRM System. My colleague sends out something similar related to the Social/Digital world and calls it ‘Digital Juice’ – I’m trying to think of something that’s catchy and fun like that but still convey what the newsletter will include. We work in the motorsports industry if that helps with any ideas. Some people have mentioned piggybacking on the Digital Juice name and making it the ‘CRM Omelette’ or something like that. At this point I’m open to anything…..HELP!!!
- Vroom Marketing
- Squeal Appeal
I am looking for a name for a new residential apartment building I will build next year in Downtown Miami. It will be 26 stories high, right by the water, looking to the Intracoastal Way. It will be for middle class, good quality of finishings and amenities, and the first LEED certified (green building) in town. I want to avoid the obvious: Bayview, Bay lights, etc.
- The Breeze
- Miami Breeze
- Cool Breeze
- Heavenly 26