Name development is both an art and a science. It should convey both a business's positioning and personality. In an increasingly global world, linguistic and cultural appropriateness matter more than ever. Choosing a business name is an important step in the business planning process. Not only should you pick a name that reflects your brand identity, but you also need to ensure it is properly registered and protected for the long term. You should also give a thought to whether it's web-ready. Is the domain name even available?
Trademark infringement can carry a high cost for your business. Before you pick your business name, use search tool of the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office’s trademark to see if a similar name is trademarked.
Even if you aren't planning to establish a website immediately, you may want to do so in the future. As with your business name, you'll want your domain name to be unique and distinctive. Your company name and Internet domain name should probably be the same.
The naming process is an essential part in the development of each business idea. The name reflects what the product, service or company stands for and the core values it shows to the market.
It should be unique, interesting, meaningful and often informative to be a real successful name.
A regular naming consultancy can often be expensive and time consuming. Onbic can help you find the perfect business name which reflects the true identity of your product, service or company - at the right price.