Business Name Generator
Our free, AI-powered Business Name Generator gives you unique and memorable business name ideas in under 5 seconds to take the first step in your brand story.
1. Choose Business Name Keywords
Insert keywords that describe your business or industry in the generator tool above.
2. Get Business Name Ideas
Generate thousands of name ideas and fine-tune the results with word structure, name length, and style filters.
3. Select Business Names
Choose your business name, check domain availability, pick a logo, and register and trademark the company in a few clicks.
How Our Business Name Generator Benefits You
Easily find a name tailored to your industry.
Unlimited free name suggestions
Discover the right name without hidden fees.
Domain name registration and availability check
See if your name is available and secure your online presence.
Compile a list of potential names and refine it at your own pace.
Buy a supporting logo
Elevate your name with a supporting logo. Choose from a range of logo designs to complement your new name.
Trademark your name
Protect your brand and secure exclusive rights.
Register your brand
With our full-service approach, you can leave today with a registered brand.
How to Name Your Business
It can be difficult to know where to start when choosing a business name. Follow our plan for business name success.
Get your Sherlock Holmes hat on and dive into your industry. What’s hot? What’s not? Snoop around for names that are already taken and spot gaps.
Imagine your ideal customer – let’s call them James. What does James like? Sketch out James’s profile – this will help you shape your business.
Think of names like a catchy song – make it stick after hearing it once. Would “James’s Jazz” buzz in your head all day? That is what you’re after.
Put some names out there and let your potential customers decide. Watch out for their reactions – they’re the best indiators.
Your business name may be used for years to come. Will “James’s Jazz” still be good in 10 years? Fast-forward to the future and assess if it is too current to be relevant.
To establish your digital presence, you must register a domain name and think about registering supporting social media channels.
Business Name Ideas to Get Inspired
Knowing how to name your brand can be difficult. To help you get started, we’ve created a list of 20 catchy name ideas using our business name generator.
- Fit n Fab
- News Now
- Kidz Paradise
- Yoga Zen
- Organic Oasis
- Luxe Looks
- Agro Store
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Videos to Get Your Business Started
Do you prefer to learn how to set up a business name by watching videos? We got you covered with our Business Name Generator Youtube channel, packed with helpful videos on starting a business, branding, growth and more.
Why Is a Business Name Important?
Your business name is the first (and often the only) point of communication with your potential customers.
Your name needs to be slick, catchy, and straight to the point. It should make it clear what your business is all about (i.e., what products or services it offers).
Another aspect of the name is brandability. If the name is not memorable enough, people will forget to return to you for future purchases, and they won’t recommend your products to friends.
The bottom line is, your name has to be chosen thoughtfully. Using a random company name generator might hurt you in the long run if you pick a name that’s not relevant to your industry. With our tool, you’ll get specific, AI-generated name ideas tailored to your niche and business model.
Mistakes to Avoid When Naming a Business
Picking the wrong name can kill your business before you even start it. Some of the main mistakes business owners make with the name is:
- Picking a difficult name that’s hard to spell or pronounce,
- Being too generic and not getting people interested,
- Limiting future scalability with a name that’s product- or location-specific,
- Choosing a name that’s misleading,
- Choosing a name that’s too long,
- Being similar to competitors,
- Not asking for feedback before settling on a name,
- Not checking for double meanings.