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Here with another question of the week!
How did you come up with the name of your business? Is there a story behind it? Have you ever thought of changing it?
Feel free to share your business name, how you came up with it and your logo too if you want! 💕 We look forward to reading your replies ✨
Our kids helped us come up with the name, and our daughter drew the logo. She is a great artist, and has even come up with an updated logo picture.
I do appreciate any and all feedback that you or anyone else may have.
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Our Company name is Lancaster downtown deli. I used s.e.o words to create the name. I designed the logo using an on-line logo design site. Chose the colors using an on-line site that shows how people respond to certain colors.
Hello @Isabelle_ !
When I was researching my coffee shop idea, the industry was right in the heart of the “third space” idea—where people are looking for a spot to gather that wasn’t home or the office. With that in mind, I wanted to create a space that was warm, relaxing, and somewhere you could go to forget about the real world for a while. R&R came naturally after that.
A few years after opening, my roasted coffee business was gaining quite a few wholesale accounts. I decided that I needed to spin it off into its own entity. This name was a little harder to come by.
One evening, I was working on some paperwork in our dining area while a big thunderstorm was overhead. As it rained, the sun set below the level of the clouds, casting a vibrant golden color over everything in the store. I stepped outside and saw the biggest tree on our property bathed in the same golden glow. Golden Pine Roasters was created. 🙂
Would I change them? Probably not. We’ve been around long enough to where everyone knows us as “the R&R” so any change would mess with some minds. The roasterie is starting to really stand on its own now too, so I don’t want to change things there either.
I really dig the meaning behind both names, reading through these is a fun window into your lives and businesses... A deeper dive than we might usually get.
@ryanwanner - When I look at the golden pine logo and read the story, I swear I can smell coffee.
Names and logos: The Riverview is named after the building it is located in. This was my first ever designed logo and I just wanted something clean that incorporated blue and green for river and trees. Order Up Café was a bazillion different names till we landed on the name and then designed the logo to emphasize the up and the city of Knoxville with the iconic skyline of the sun sphere. Tombras Café was a specific operation for an advertising agency and represents very clean and modern.
The last one city county cafe was to represent an abstract sandwich but still clean lines. The key to all my names and logos were easy to remember and use web domain names. What good is a great name if you can't get a great web domain?
I once worked for a start-up company named, The Corporation. Stupidest company name I've ever heard of... NOBODY knew what we did. Was it a security firm? A software company? A company run by the...well, you know. BTW, it was a 2nd rate software company that was doomed from the start. From then on, I knew if I ever had to choose a company name, the name would say it all...
Our biz name IV Airport Shuttle, represents exactly the area we cover (IV for Illinois Valley in North Central Illinois) and exactly what we do (Airport Shuttles to O'Hare, Midway and four other smaller regional airports). We toyed with names that were cute, catchy, funny, etc., but all were forgettable, we thought. The name has worked tremendously well for us. *Eight years later, we're doing great!
Love it! A straightforward name like this is an advertisement for your own business, no need to add frills to complicate things. Fun names aren't the end of the world, but I would imagine you've gained hundreds of customers just by seeing your cars with the exact identifier of what you do out on the road.
I have to say, The Corporation sounds it's either an intense suspense film about an actual corporation, or a 90s ska band.
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The wife and I were in Southern France and my mother in law's hairdresser, an Italian gentleman, his name was Massimo with 2 s's. Checking on sunbiz.org it was taken so I changed it to 1 s. I liked the name. And that as they say is that.
I was a indy wrestler then in a match i snap my knee . So i moved on to my next true love drawing.. Well after my ex and i gone different way i end up in Waterloo Iowa where my little brother told me to become a tattoo artist so i did ...then Covet hit i lost my job there because know one was get tattoos so being a father of 4 kids and a lot of art i didnt know what i was going to do the it was like god talk to me and said "Clothing Brand" so i started it up thinking it Was going to be nothing then eveyone love it and i just stuck with my AntixX my wrestling name and just put Art on the end
Isabelle, Our business, Go Bucket List Travel LLC, was formed in 2012 as a full service travel agency and travel planning center. Our clients are primarily boomers from around the USA and Canada looking to experience the world after enjoying a career and family. We also escort up to six groups annually to international destinations or across the USA. Our original name was to be Bucket List Travel, but we discovered that the URL was held by a Canadian company. We then added GO to the name and we were off to the races. Our name is trademarked as well as our Bucket List Concierge[tm] service name. Tony Cassano, General Manager Go Bucket List Travel, Providence Forge, VA
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