Here I have a quesition:
I have a company and I give it a name as FORYOU company.
And my friend has a company. He gives it a name as PENGIUM company.
How do you think of those company names?
They don't mean much. If FORYOU is supposed to be "fo you", then I don't like it -- shameless and meaningless pandering is all that would be implied. Pengium is not a real word, so I can't comment much on that.
However, thanks for your comment on my company.
And look, FORYOU here means WAITING FOR YOU, ESPECIALLY FOR YOU, LOOKING FOR YOU and so on.
What you said above is of which you look in the dark side of the world. Or just trying to understand what behind the glittering facade is! Yeah, I am sure you have got. Those things are not waiting for you, especially for you, looking for you and so on. Accuse me if I were wrong.
' Pengium ' should be Penguim. Oh, look, perfect mistake.
These names are arrant infantile. Why not think of better and meaningful names. What line of work you and your pal are involved in, then we can suggest you some attractive and meaningful names. Don't be offended by our tone but we just want to help you as sincerely as possible.
Thanks for Guest' s reply.
We major in fireworks, we are from China and we don' t want to lose our clients and order.
A strong company always goes with a creative name.
Yeah, here I need some suggestions from you.
Best regards and thanks from Jijia·Zhang
>> We major in fireworks, we are from China and we don' t want to lose our clients and order. <<
Why not call it Firewerks Corporation? It sounds more professional.
>> Why not call it Firewerks Corporation? It sounds more professional. <<
Also be sure you check the trademark registry for whatever name you decide on.
FORYOU would be a good name for a Valentine's Day card or candy company
Yeah, we are FORYOU FIREWORKS COMPANY.
' FORYOU FIREWORKS ' is shown on our trademark.
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<<' Pengium ' should be Penguim.>>
That still isn't a word. If you are talking about the bird, it's "penguin".
FORYOU sounds like something a Japanese company would come up with, so maybe for Asians, that type of vagueness works. But it wouldn't do well in a western country, I don't think, because it's so devoid of any real content. Obviously ALL retail companies offer goods FOR their customers. So that's neither catchy nor clever as a name.