Thinking of starting a new business for sports equipment of your own but stuck with on How to Name Your New Business, have already used Google for some suggestions but it was of no help. Looked, took examples from major sports equipment brand companies still had no luck, let me give you some hits and ideas how you can make some unique brand names for your Sports Equipment business. Well, when it comes to naming anything all we do is take help of Google, mix up two names and make a new one thinking it is unique which at times it can be but not always, an instant search and the name you want is in hand. But what we the thing we don’t keep in mind while choosing from generated names that they lack authenticity and quality like the one a person/ individual would have made.
Further, in the article we will be discussing how you can create a brand name for your Business. Down below we will be discussing some example of brand names for your Sports Equipment Startup and if you are unable to create one, Unboxfame is here to help you for your business to the best of our ability.
Following are 50 Unique Brand names for Sports Equipment generated by our Naming Experts.
1. Kheloo India
3. Break Strides
4. One Step ata Tim3
5. Athletics Choice
7. 1 Step On
8. 1 Prize Winner
9. Athletes Moment
10. Goal K3per
11. Limit Skie
12. Climb Mt. (Mountain)
13. Break Body
14. Made Alone
15. Road Runner
16. Rule Breaker
17. Masters Move
18. High Ups
19. Move the Mt. (Mountain)
20. Day Break
21. Armors Up
22. Spike Boot
23. Gear Up
24. Pedal Hard
25. Focus Goal
26. Heat Up
27. Alpha Team
28. Local Track
29. Sports Wear
30. Prime Play
31. Sky Door
32. Ready Set Go
33. Fire Ball
34. Stand Alone
35. Lone Winner
36. Kits Point
37. Wear Fab
38. Jersey Wear
39. Custom Fit Kit
40. Neon Light
41. Shine On
42. Put On- Fit In
43. Boot Feet
44. Splash Water
46. Sport Vibe
47. Corner Sport Shop
48. Dynamic Play
49. Motion Play
50. Sky Door
Why are generated names harmful for your business?
As one starts a new business she/he is always focused on the name of the brand or the company than any other thing that helps in running a successful business which is good to a certain point. Taking names from the internet or generated names have its drawbacks which can be very much harmful to the company in future in the marketing business. Problems like as domain names, meanings of the brand names creates fuss, not so easy to pronounce with several other matters like it lack creativity, context and quality are not found in the generated names.
First of all, let us understand what name generators lack and how does this automated machine work?
1. They do not understand the context
The machine does not understand things like the human mind do, so it is limited to the context. They cannot understand the audience, the environment, the emotions and what the company is all about, while creating the names and giving the meaning to it.
2. They do not understand the creativity
The machine does not understand the meaning of creativity as humans do and this where the generated name does not meet the end needed by the customer. A machine cannot think like a human and take the ideas to all the directions giving not just name but meaning with the same.
3. They do not understand the quality
The machine cannot give quality to the name like a human being can. Quality is not just a word but it has authenticity, emotion and feelings, with meaning that can drive consumer goods to feel connected to the product which machines cannot do.
Here are some more of the reasons why name generators are harmful for brand naming?
- Genetic names limit the future – Genetic names or generated names limit the future of the company. Suppose someone starts a furniture business with the name home furniture, he has already limited his future with the particular name.
- Too hard to spell, read or say – Generated names are often hard to spell, read or say even by adults and grown-ups. Where the brand names or the company names should always be easy to spell, read and say and easy to understand.
- Words mislead with double meaning – Generated names also sometimes have double meanings and this can mislead the brand names and the company may have bad impact because of the same reason.
- Names too long for a social media handle – As we have already seen, generated names can limit the future, having double, hard to spell, read or say; they are sometimes too long for a social media handle which usually asks short handle names that are easy to remember.
- Brand clash with similar competitors – Since it is the 21st century, there are over 300 million companies worldwide where everything is done on the internet and promoted on social media, so it is a bit impossible to have a unique and creative name for every other company. It is very much possible that some competitors might have the same name with the same meaning or name but with different business which might confuse the consumers.
Keeping these in mind here are some examples of big and well-known companies that have had total different names at first when the company started from that of now. For example, Larry Page and Sergey Brin started Google with the name of BackRub, Cadabra was the first name of Amazon which was just a magic spell Abracadabra, one of the most famous dating App Tinder was just a Matchbox at first, even famous accessories brand names changed through the time such as Nike was Blue Ribbon Sports. Our famous KFC was Kentucky Fried Chicken, Starbucks dropped its coffee from Starbucks Coffee in 2011.
3 Things to keep in mind while naming a brand or a company
Here are some tips how you can make up your own brand name without any hustle:
1. Select the type of name that you want
There are several categories of name which pretty much every brand is related and falls in these categories so select one of them.
2. Decide what you want the name to be
After selecting the category, decide what the name should be and keeping it simple yet unique easy to say, spell and read that also give a quick idea to the costumers what the company is all about the job it does in general.
3. Check that the name is available
The third step is to check the name is available for you to make your own and use it and see that they are not taken by anyone in the future by building the trade mark and copy right for the company.
Why choose Unboxfame Brand Naming Company for naming your company?
Unboxfame is a naming company in the marketing e-media. Unboxfame Brand Naming Experts is a company which creates and helps you to make a very unique, catchy and easy for even little child to pronounce for your company or the start-up you are planning.
Unboxfame not only gives you the unique name but also give you Logo Creation Service, provide you trademark for the market in hand and even helps you to get more information about the market risks and possible threats you might face.
As a new businessperson who has just entered the marketing business and does not know much about how the market works, company helps you to understand your customers and the demand and supply, helping with the Digital Marketing 360°, Website Designing and Logo Copyright Service.
There are a lot of things that machines do well, like collecting data and storing the data but when it comes to creativity human input is very much necessary in finding a name that expresses all the emotions, surroundings, thoughts and even draw the traffic to buy the product.
Towards the end of the article, I hope you have got a fair idea of how names are generated and what to do and what not to do when you are generating brand name or company name for your Sports Equipment Business. And if you are unable to do so, just Contact Unboxfame (Brand Naming Agency) is always here to help you to the best of our abilities.
I started my career as a freelance content writer, back in 2012. With a flair for language, grammar and literature, I have constantly improved my skills. Branding has always been my favorite niche. Having written tons of content pieces, I possess enough knowledge about the branding world. My write-ups are research-backed, in-depth, and informational. A keen desire to explore things both from the consumer’s and business’s point of view is what sets me apart.