Business Names

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Re: Business Names

Postby ebbnflow » Tue Aug 30, 2016 3:10 pm

Back on the theme of business names, maybe a play on words? You may wish to choose Spanish though. In the UK there was a local company that did window cleaning, contract cleaning etc. going by the name of "Spruce Springclean", both humourous and a clear message.

For some unknown reason one business name in Torre Del Mar appeals as I always read it with cliche Mexican accent, "Danny Manitas" (a mechanic BTW)!

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Re: Business Names

Postby RichardCoeurdeLion » Sun Sep 04, 2016 1:17 pm

You might get some name ideas from this site ... ry-c1.html

Good luck to you.

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Re: Business Names

Postby Ama » Tue Sep 06, 2016 2:00 pm

On considering your business name, the best option is to search for a name that has the same option available for your website and facebook / twitter. If you setup a good and informative website and use the social networks and manage to position your website, this can also help your business.

Set your market towards British and other nationalities (english speaking scandanavian, russian, dutch...); you can also get your website translated into these languages, don't bother with Spanish (leave that until you get excellent local reputation), but do your best to get to know spanish people in similar trades.

Preferably establish business in just one area, if you end up with customers from Estepona to Nerja, you will be forever on the road. And if you select a specific town, try and include that in your name (eg.

Good luck

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