Great Business Name Ideas:
|1.||My Brother's Haven|
Offers a sense of comfort and familiarity. Ideal for a shelter that serves vulnerable groups.
Highly adventurous. Could work well for a tour company or a consulting firm.
An enchanting name that's befitting of a flower shop or outdoor photography business.
Could work for virtually any business that encourages plant-based living.
|5.||Just Like Carbs|
Suitable for a company that offers healthy alternatives to much-loved, calorie-dense foods.
An unpretentious option that could work for a health and wellness store.
A chic, feminine name that would suit a clothing brand, stationery retailer, or a gift shop.
|8.||While Ninjas Sleep|
A fun, quirky name that could work well for an investment company that caters to amateurs.
Alliterative. For a salon that offers pain-free hair removal products and/or services.
Sounds refined. For an alcoholic beverage company or one that sells high-end glassware.
An unusual name that would suit a quirky restaurant.
Combines two contradictory words to produce a memorable result. Perfect for a design agency.
|13.||Big Little Moves|
A multiuse name that lends itself to an investment firm or a skills development center.
|14.||Where the Tides Rise|
Simple but powerful. Think boat tours, aquariums, or virtually anything aquatic-themed.
Could work for a business or a line of fruity products.
|16.||Secrets of the Sunshine|
An intriguing name that uses alliteration to really stick.
Unexpected and slightly edgy. Evokes clear visual imagery.
A snappy name that could work well for a business that sells pesticides and similar products.
A striking name that reads like an invitation. For a business that produces art or brain teasers.
|20.||My Grandma's Keeper|
Highly personalized. Great for a business that offers senior concierge services.
How can I come up with some great business names?
- Think about your offerings.
- Jot down some keywords that come up during this process. Hold onto ones that may seem obscure — they may come in handy.
- Use a thesaurus to expand your pool of keywords.
- Combine your keywords manually or use a business name generator.
- Test your names on likely clients to find what sticks.
What makes a business name great?
Great business names are distinctive and highly memorable. They may combine strong keywords such as "Sippin' Gold." Other times, they involve the unique application of seemingly ordinary words, such as the use of "Grape" for a tech company. Great business names may also be evocative, harness literary devices, and/or tell a story that resonates with others.
What are some examples of great business names?
- My Brother's Haven.
- Braving Atlantis.
- Herbivore Revolution.
- While Ninjas Sleep.
- Sippin' Gold.
- Big Little Moves.
- Where the Tides Rise.
- Secrets of the Sunshine.
- Check Again.
- My Grandma's Keeper.
What companies have great business names?
- General Electric.
- Dollar Tree.
- Forever 21.
- Harry Winston.
- Victoria's Secret.
What are some great brand names?
- Chasing Tulips.
- Just Like Carbs.
- Love, Sydney.
- Wax Whispers.
- Frozen Cacti.
- Bitter Sugar.
- Berry Drops.
- Wilting Daisies.