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Tagline For Recruitment Company
Posted by Anonymous on
10/27/2006 at 7:07 AM ET
I need a tagline for a new recruitment and consulting company called STORM Recruitment and Consulting. Any thoughts or ideas would be greatly appreciated.
10/27/2006 at 9:52 AM
Well, you somewhat created a problem with the name of your company. I apologize if this is the owner's name, but STORM creates a negative image for most people. Therefore, I believe the tag is going to have to play off that to "balance" the image and try to move it into a more positive reaction.
Unfortunately, I can't seem to come up with anything that works. FYI - my subconscious reaction is that I don't want to do business with a company called STORM. I want to feel that you are going to CALM my fears/problems, not worsen them!
10/27/2006 at 9:59 AM
Thank you very much for your response and have taken your points onboard. There is already a very large company in the Uk called Storm and they are very successful and dont seem to have a problem with their name causing any negativity. But I do understand where you are coming from but it depends how you view it in a positive or negative angle. Just as a point of interest what would you think is a good name for a recruitment company?
10/27/2006 at 11:07 AM
If you're stuck with STORM, you might as well make the most of it and play with some storm-related words in your tagline:
STORM - The Talent-Gathering Agency
STORM - Lightning Fast Recruitment
STORM - The Power of Recruitment
Unfortunately, words like 'cloud' and 'rain' are not very positive ...
10/27/2006 at 1:04 PM
creating the buzz to meet your needs
10/29/2006 at 1:53 PM
I have seen hundreds of names for recruiting companies - named after the owner, the initials of the principals, something to do with the industry being served, words from other languages.
Bottom line, I honestly don't think the name will make or break the company, particularly in the recruiting field. What will make a difference is how quickly you can respond to customer needs, the quality of the people you provide, and the "staying power" of those people.
"Fast Moving Power"
Sorry, I'm having difficulty with this, but the above conveys your responsiveness and capability AND turns STORM into a positive!
10/31/2006 at 12:47 PM
Recruiting Power beyond mother nature
Powerful recruitment. Profitable placement
The power of people
we bring power to the recruitment game
10/31/2006 at 1:22 PM
STORM - The Natural force in Human Resources
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