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Name For Childrens Party Planning Business
Posted by Anonymous on
11/11/2012 at 12:28 PM ET
My friend and I are planning on opening a children's party planning business. We will offer customized childrens parties through ages 4-10. (lego, construction, princess, ballet...etc.) We will be offering our services at a brick and mortar location and will be offering mobile services as well. We are at a dead stand still, because we cannot seem to come up with an amazing name! A few of our favorites have been:
We really want something that will appeal to the parents, but have a youthful feel. Most importantly-we need the domain name/social media to be available. We are also not looking to have party in the title...we would prefer it in the tagline.
Any insight would be appreciated!
11/11/2012 at 2:27 PM
AWeeParty.com, TimeForBirthdayParty.com, or ALittleEvent.com are all available domains that may work for you.
11/12/2012 at 1:58 PM
Because most of your business will probably come from within a certain distance (let's say 25 miles) your proposed names, regardless of them being your favorites, are meaningless.
No one—repeat, NO ONE—is going to type "Petite Social"
or "My Wish" into a search engine in order to find a local children's party planning company.
Both tactically and strategically is is an error of business
killing proportions to omit the word "party" from your business name. Whether you like it or not, what you want in terms of a name is not the point. The distance between someone's problem and their discovery of the solution you're going to offer is a straight line.
Your company name needs to telegraph the thing you do loudly and clearly. It does not need to be amazing, it needs to be relevant.
11/13/2012 at 8:54 AM
Many connections will be made by word-of-mouth considering you are Bricks and Mortar and using a highly visible vehicle wrap ... I hope for your mobile setup...but a specific Party reference name would be a plus as Gary says..
PainFree Kids Parties
Don't know where you are but this Auz biz looks very polished. ..
11/23/2012 at 8:37 AM
I am closing this question since there hasn't been any activity in 10 days.
Thanks for participating!
Carrie (Production Editor)
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