7 Things Leaders in the Unicorn Names Industry Want You to Know

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The name of your company is important because it’s the first thing people see. One way to make sure that you have a strong, memorable name is to look at what other successful companies are doing and find inspiration from them. In this blog post, we’ll discuss 7 things leaders in the unicorn names industry want you to know about naming your company.

People are more likely to remember your company’s name if it has some meaning. What you want to do is pick a word or two that describe the values and culture of your company, then use those words in the name. We recommend looking through this list for inspiration:

DoSomething Creative Agency’s name was inspired by Bob Dylan lyrics “to make something out of nothing”

Namely takes its namesake from the Latin word nomenclatura which means “name code”. It also reflects Namely’s mission statement – “To help employers manage their people effectively.”

The founder of Volusion wanted his site’s URL (volusion) to be memorable. He chose volvo as an acronym for “voluntary, enthusiastic and loyal volunteer”

The founders of the company name Ginkgo Bioworks chose their name in order to reflect what they make: “ginkgo biloba trees are one of Earth’s oldest living organisms. They were also used by ancient Chinese civilizations as a potent medicinal herb.”

Nest is named after cofounder Tony Fadell’s time at Apple where he helped create iPod Nest Labs was originally called Google Ideas because it had been founded inside Alphabet (Google) under the company division that develops new projects with huge potential for societal change – hence, Google Ideas

Brought to you by this week’s guest on our podcast – Namely CEO Adam Preset -The founders of the company name Ginkgo Bioworks chose their name in order to reflect what they make: “ginkgo biloba trees are one of Earth’s oldest living organisms. They were also used by ancient Chinese civilizations as a potent medicinal herb.” -Nest is named after cofounder Tony Fadell’s time at Apple where he helped create iPod Nest Labs was originally called Google Ideas because it had been founded inside Alphabet (Google) under the company division that develops new projects with huge potential for societal change – hence, Google Ideas Brought to you by this week’s guest on our podcast – Namely CEO Adam Preset. LISTEN TO THIS WEEK’

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