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Can You Help Me With Buissness Name In Bulgarian
2/23/2013 at 7:14 AM ET
I'm starting a grocery delivery buisness but i need help with the name in bulgarian
2/23/2013 at 9:07 AM
You may want to ask someone who speaks Bulgarian ...
2/23/2013 at 1:18 PM
I don't speak or understand Bulgarian, but I do know that whoever will ultimately come up with the name will want to know who your primary target audience is. Where do they live? What is the core benefit you'll deliver to your target audience? How are you different from, and better than, whatever they're doing now (or your competition -- in-kind or not-in-kind)? You'll want the name to relate to the unique benefit you offer.
2/24/2013 at 2:12 PM
German, Danish, Dutch, Polish? Sure. Bulgarian, sorry.
Now: you are delivering groceries. Presumably you will have a van and routes you will follow each day of the week. My guess is that in an area like Bulgaria, not all the local shops will be as well stocked as those in my locality, or in Leipzig.
my suggestions will be in English, you will have to do the rest - and add that all important Bulgarian nuance!
The special guy: Bringing you those little luxuries.
Galloping Groceries. All you need, at your doorstep.
Grocery Convenience. You don't have to go to the next town any more.
What do you think? Hope this helps. M
2/26/2013 at 2:15 PM
The Modern Left (Модерния ляв)
He delivered on the Global Stage!!
2/26/2013 at 2:17 PM
Looks like Marketing Profs software didn't like my Bulgarian Alphabet sorry.
Hope I've Added Spice for you though.
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