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Looking for a modest and low-key company name. The service provided is consulting by university professors within their professional fields. Tips (not requirements): A shorter name is generally better. The name does not have to be strictly descriptive. A name with a connection to nature would be delightful. Highly abstract and creative names may work if they are gentle.

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  • We are looking for a name that creates legitimacy of intelligence. In other words, something creative and smart.

    The mission of the company is to provide a solid platform for professors (or any highly educated worker) to do independent work within their profession, but outside the university. For example work that is slightly outside the scope of the university hiring contract, or retired professors that simply want to continue working.

    The founder of this company is an almost-retired professor of physics. In his field of expertise is specialized in programming and mathematics.

    I give points to the names I like, but the company owner has much higher expectations.

    Posted 1 week ago by Thinksparker Pro      

  • And here are some important concepts I missed bring up so far.

    • Techy
    • Nerdy
    • Funny
    • Science
    • Names that make you think

    Posted 1 week ago by Thinksparker Pro      

  • Avoid using common core words such as edu and learn. Try instead using more uncommon synonyms, related words or scientific and nerdy terms.

    Posted 1 week ago by Thinksparker Pro      

  • Thanks all the contest. Great names, really. I however made a couple of mistakes this contest. The first one was to pick a winner before reviewing all the new names, resulting in me giving far too few upvotes. Gonna make it up to you guys next contest, for sure. The other mistake was being a bit dyslexic and not realizing the winner name had a sub-optimal spelling. Incorrectly spelled names can in certain circumstances be really really good... but maybe not for an academic brand. Anyways, concidering the mishaps I hope you dont mind me picking a second name as secret winner. And if you do, please let me know. Cheers.

    Posted 6 days ago by Thinksparker Pro      

  • Sorry for screw up, second secret winner doesnt make sense. I picked a winner, and even though it was not optimal spelled, it was still a good name. So no second pick.

    Posted 5 days ago by Thinksparker Pro