Brand Names

Brand names that turns heads…

There are approximately 5 million registered businesses in the UK, with around 200,000 new ones forming each year. Every single one needs a name.

Just like naming a child, choosing or changing your brand name is a complex decision, one that we don't take lightly. There has to be a strategic value, whether that is to reposition against your competitors or simply to tell your story in a more compelling way.

There are of course horror stories when naming is poorly thought through or not true to the business proposition.

The right brand name can make an instant impression and change or influence perceptions. We’ve created brand names for established and start-up businesses and designed product names and naming systems; plus we've named services, processes, programmes, experiences and events.

Before you consider what to call or rename your business, contact us.

Changing existing brand names…
A list of criteria you should be considering when creating a brand name.

- Storytelling value
- Strategic relevance and positioning
- Memorability
- Credibility
- Availability
- Uniqueness
- Everyday functionality
- Gut feel

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    became
    The Translation
    People.
  • IPT
    became
    Graft.
  • Intel
    became
    BE.
  • Kirklees Shares
    became
    Comoodle.
  • Consilient Consulting
    became
    Lawson
    Thinking.
  • Roger and Co
    became
    Balance.
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    became
    Eight Point Two.
  • South Yorkshire Printers
    became
    Loop.
  • Open Art
    became
    We Do.
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    became
    Earlybird.
  • Pro Audio Systems
    became
    Blynk Media.
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    became
    It’s Interventional.
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    became
    Mizaic.

Redefining the identity for a European disruptor.

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