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Need help creating a name for my IT Business

By techie200 ·
I am currently going to college right now for Network Admin. I have been working on friends and families computers and was thinking I wanted to start my own PC Repair Business and eventually get into Network Security for larger Corporations. I'm trying to come up with names that POP and Portray that my company is all about "Quality of Service". I have a couple names I was thinking about and was wondering what people thought about them.

1 Quality PC Tech Solutions
2 Quality IT Solutions
3 PC Geek

If anyone has any more ideas it would be greatly appreciated.

Thank You

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my opinion

by SilenceHeart In reply to Need help creating a name ...

My Opinion for your name business is
"Cross Techno"

Cross it means your main business network security

techno it means your solution from application view

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Cross Tech. or Cross Techologies

by Ron K. In reply to my opinion

I can take anything and make it better. Techno reminds me of a mad scientist with arm flailing robots in some 50's movie.

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I think I remember this one:

by AnsuGisalas In reply to Need help creating a name ...

First take the name of your first pet. Add to that the non-street part of the street you grew up on.
Or is that something else?

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Okay, some serious suggestions.

by AnsuGisalas In reply to Need help creating a name ...

If you want it to pop, you'd better make it different.
Try to think about adverbs that confer the kinds of values you seek, but in different fields.
Like, Stainless Technologies for example.
Gives a connotation train like this: Stainless > high-quality steel > steel is hard, durable \ Stainless > spotless > impeccable.
That kind of out-of-nowhere hotwiring can help make it pop.
But most important of all, make sure you do thorough checks that the name is not in use already in a way thats likely to end in a Cease and Desist.
Those aren't nice, and they always seem to come when people are beginning to remember your company's name.

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