Discussion in 'Business Marketing' started by Simon Hampel, 6th Sep, 2016.
If I owned a furniture store, I would totally call it "The Ottoman Empire"
Local dog walk franchise around here is called "Mad Dogs & Englishmen" which I always thought was quite clever - Mad Dogs & Englishmen Dog Walking
For those who don't get the reference - it's from a Noel Coward song - Mad Dogs and Englishmen (song) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia which contains the line: "Mad dogs and Englishmen go out in the midday sun" - and is a reference to colonial English people living in tropical climates insisting on wearing traditional attire and doing typically "English" things (such as going for a walk at the hottest time of the day) completely ignoring the inappropriateness of it for the weather.
In Bacchus Marsh there was a septic truck called 'Turd Burglar'.
If I had a noodle shop I would call it 'Wok On'.
Not a business name, but a local electrician's tagline was/is "Let us remove your shorts".
Camel Toe - car towing company
DIY dog wash place - Laundromutt
craft brewery - Cool Story Brew
Omg, that's mine! You totally stole this idea from me Simon I've been saying I'd open an ottoman store and call it that for years. Clearly we're not the only brilliant minds because there is already a store with that name in WA (opened in the last year or two?)
As an aside, I quite like my business name! (The Good Sheet)
I am also a dog walker and it took me quite a while to think of a name for my business. I did think that Mad Dogs and Englishmen was a great name. After much deliberating I finally decided on Joyfull Paws joyfulpaws.com.au. Let me know what you think?
I think it's a great name - conveys a very positive feeling. Well done.
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