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5 Startup Name Generators for the Creatively-Challenged

April 27, 2016

4:04 pm

As Shakespeare once wrote, “What’s in a name?” Well, when it comes to startups, the right name can go a long way in establishing what your company does and who your market is. But creativity doesn’t grow on trees, and startup owners can often be too close to the product to know what to call it. Fortunately, startup name generators have begun popping up all over the place. And they provide a wide range of options for whatever you are selling.

Whether you are looking for a creative twist on an existing idea or need to start completely from scratch, these 5 startup name generators will help you get your business off the ground with some flare.

NameBird (from Shobia) – This startup name generator is what you use to get a little extra inspiration. If you have a name already, just put it in and watch the hundreds of other options fly across the screen.

  • Panabee – This startup generator is fun and inclusive. Not only can you get a name for your company, but you can also find an available domain that is creative and unique.
  • Naminum – If you are looking for some literary inspiration for your company name, this startup name generator is where to go. You can find names of universes, gods and more.
  • NameMesh – Sometimes, you need a name that follows strict guidelines. Fortunately, this startup name generator gives you dozens of options to choose from, like short, long, funny, common or SEO-focused.
  • Wordoid – If you are starting from scratch, this startup name generator can help. Just put in the length and the language and you’ll be on your way in no time.

Check Out These Startup Name Generators

Panabee

Naminum

NameMesh

NameBird

Wordoid

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Conor is a writer, comedian and world-renowned sweetheart. As the Assistant Editor and Writer at Tech.Co, he’s written about everything from Kickstarter campaigns and budding startups to tech titans and innovative technologies. His background in stand-up comedy made him the perfect person to host Startup Night at SXSW and the Timmy Awards for Tech in Motion. In his spare time, he thinks about how to properly pronounce the word "colloquially." Conor is the Assistant Editor and Writer at Tech.Co. You can email him at conor@tech.co.

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