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Help, renaming my business

ajhcmaj

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Any help is appreciated.

I own a company called The Casual Game Network, LLC. I left my job to start this company. The company that I worked for I was sort of acted in a Business Development / Product Development role. I was the brain child of new verticals in which I developed, helped launched, then went ontot he next one. Sort of like a think tank.

Initially it was supposed to be a game development company. Meaning I was developing poker applications, iphone games, etc. But now, I am back into my role in which I start thinking of business verticals that need fixing or a new product or service. So I am launching new concepts that have nothing to do with gaming/games, etc.

So I am trying to accomplish this

1) have a name that can be a website (name still available). Alot of great names, but most have the websites taken.
2) unique name - can draw on foreign terms
3) name can be spelled incorrect. Like xcitement, etc
4) Need something that has professionalism and people may immediately think they know what the company means.


If anyone has any suggestions, let me know.
 

Jbart74

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How bout incorporating 'Vertical' thinking with 'Virtual' applications?

Vertual Expansions

Vertual Success

Vertual Developments LLC

Or something like that? Just thinking out loud for you.
 

ace2000

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I wish you and your business well!!!
 
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Patri

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I don't like misspelled words for businesses. For your market it may be perfectly legitimate and an asset. The made-up word Kleenex now applies to a brand and all tissues. So I'd recommend a made-up word that is not going to get mixed up with a proper word, if you must go that route.
 

swift

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So I am trying to accomplish this

1) have a name that can be a website (name still available). Alot of great names, but most have the websites taken.
2) unique name - can draw on foreign terms
3) name can be spelled incorrect. Like xcitement, etc
4) Need something that has professionalism and people may immediately think they know what the company means.


If anyone has any suggestions, let me know.
If you are open to drawing on foreign terms what about using a foreign word? Such as Geki - which is Japanese for Play. You could play with words on an on line English-Japanese translator that relates to your business. http://www.freedict.com/onldict/onldict.php
 

charford

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Here's 4 dot coms that are available

greatbusinessdeveloper
greatbusinessdevelopment
greatgamedevelopment
gekisolutions
 

CSB

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I don't know if these already exist but here goes:

UnLTD Growth
BottomLineSolutions
BusAssist
 

RDB

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Play Runners

Slight Edge

Sharpened Edge

Empirical Complex
 
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