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Topic # 58765 18-Mar-2010 22:38 Send private message

Folks,

I'd appreciate any suggestions for a name to a new IT company.

Its going to deal with small - medium businesses, and yes I already have they clients - just need to setup a new company with a cool name so it is official, rather than the contract work I currently do.

cheers,
AS




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  Reply # 308950 18-Mar-2010 22:40 Send private message

What does your company specialise in? What do you want the company name to resemble or symbolise?




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  Reply # 308951 18-Mar-2010 22:46 Send private message

Is it a trading name, or will you be using this as the name you will register your company with?

http://www.companies.govt.nz/cms/how-do-i/learn-what-a-company-is/choosing-your-business-name



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  Reply # 308956 18-Mar-2010 22:50 Send private message

@RS : I'd like to register the "name" as the company name with the companies office...e.g. The IT Company Ltd.

@Shaun : The idea is to represent something dynamic, and reliable. It is going to mainly deal with network / server management for small - medium businesses, and also solutions e.g. CRM / VOIP.






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  Reply # 309046 19-Mar-2010 10:58 Send private message

How about:

Keeping IT Real





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  Reply # 309063 19-Mar-2010 11:34 Send private message

haha i love the puns, along the lines of" schindlers lifts", they really do stick in the mind

you could also have "PC plod", with a picture of a computer with a old style police helmet on its cartoonish head

or just plain descriptive like "webserve"




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  Reply # 309079 19-Mar-2010 12:00 Send private message

Newit or Newt or Gnuit

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  Reply # 309105 19-Mar-2010 13:21 Send private message

CommIT

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  Reply # 309300 19-Mar-2010 22:36 Send private message

kiwitrc: Newit


The moment I saw that, I actually thought of New Era IT (already a company), so maybe not that one.




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  Reply # 309313 20-Mar-2010 00:02 Send private message

quandum: The idea is to represent something dynamic, and reliable.


dynamable?




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  Reply # 309846 22-Mar-2010 17:00 Send private message

@Regs: I like IT!
@Arrona : Ditto
@Rvangelder : mmmeh... :)
@Kiwirtc : Genuit is pretty cool...
@NPM : Keeping IT real sounds good...but IMHO, sounds a bit "slangy" - hard to explain what I mean there...

but that's awesome feedback..and I'm still thinking!

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