Brand Storytelling, Brand Voice, Company and Product Names, Creative Copywriting, Taglines, Headlines, Romance Copy, Creative Collaboration, Communications, Messaging, In-House Marketing, Consulting.

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A great name makes all the difference.

I have 13 years experience developing brand and product names for companies large and small and have helped launch dozens of names over the years. I've led name exploration and created names for Consumer Product Goods, Technology, Food and Beverage, Fortune 500 Companies, Start-ups, Small Businesses, Financial Services, Health and Beauty, Wellness and Nutrition. 

Above are just a few Name highlights I created while at Eat My Words

Plenty: An indoor vertical agricultural start-up that received 200Million in funding, Alert: Wrigley's Energy Gum, Spring Forward: A supplement

Honor Society: A Nashville farm to table eatery, Ready Reset Go: Second Career coaching, Om Matters: A Yoga Lifestyle Brand Seed Money: Crowd funding garden platform, from Roger Doiron, Obama Administration White House Garden Advisor, Wheelhouse: Software, Dig Deep: Funding advisors for municipal works.

Naming Process

1

Intake

We'll meet over the phone or online to discuss your needs. We'll cover your intentions and objectives, and how you want your brand to come across. I'll then complete a brand brief for you that we'll use as our guide.

2

Interpret

Together we'll review your brand brief to make sure that I'm interpreting your intentions accurately, and that we're on the same page before I begin creating work. I'll then look to bring the information to life through creative names.

3

Ideate

Based on your brief we'll ideate creative names based on the creative directions that we've decided on together.

Present

We'll present names to you along with supporting rationale to review, and discuss which names you'd like to take further into preliminary trademark screening.

5

Screen

Together we'll choose names to send through to preliminary trademark 

screening and review the results with the intention of selecting the best names that also stand the best chances of clearing trademarking. 

Case Studies:

Occupational therapist and child development specialist, Tiffany Kimball needed her new business name and tagline to reflect her belief that all children with challenges can learn, when we reset our expectations of their milestones and see them as individuals.

 

Tagline: Discover your way. Develop Through Play. 

This family friendly escape room from Liverpool needed a name that was clear, accessible, not too scary and fun.

Tick Tock Unlock was the perfect fit.