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Old 6th December 2016, 04:27 PM   #1

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Smile Naming My Future Business/Company.Is This Good?

Hello everyone,

I am currently starting a company.I am thinking about differentiating from my competitors by focussing more on the technological aspects and applying technology in different processes,etc.

I was thinking about including the name smart in the name of the company(because of the tech. side) so while trying to come up with some names,it popped up in my head: smarty, just kind of like that, naming the business "Smarty", the thing is i am not a native english speaker so after doing some brief research online i found that smarty may sound a bit negative or maybe related to bragging, i would like to know what you think, does smarty sound negative or something like that? Of course this is not my intention, i just thought it sounded good, it was short so people might remember it,etc.

Thank you!

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Old 18th December 2016, 09:42 PM   #2

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Hello! I think "smarty" is okay especially when your company will surely make smart decisions and services.

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Old 2nd June 2017, 02:15 AM   #3

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If your company is making a smart decision with amazing services then you must keep a smart name to attract your customers. Make sure your business name is spelt correctly.

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