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Ends:12-Feb-14 3:13 a.m. GMT
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This company does not yet exist but will be a consulting/advisory group focusing on entrepreneurially minded organizations. I want to help organizations both start and/or get back on the best footing for potential long-term success and organizational health.
yes, I would like a .com URL
Consulting and Professional Services
entrepreneurs (owners), small to mid-sized organizations, owners who are open to growing and adapting personally (coachable/teachable). The age or the organization can be on the spectrum of: preparing to launch (with business plan) to a young company 1-5 years old. It is important to me that the client has a strong value system and wants to operate their company with high integrity with a value for people. Age is not as critical since entrepreneurs come in all ages, but I am in my mid-30's and would likely appeal most to entrepreneurs in my general age range. Any industry is game - the business and people side of any company is similar.
wise: seeing the big picture and having unique insight to see what others may not see, finding the simplicity in the complex in order to find solutions
relevant: relevant skills for today's market, relevant insight into their needs
empowering: I want to work with my clients to strengthen them and set them up to tap into their success potential - get in, address the issues, equip the client, and get out...to let them fly.
This is tough because consulting practices are so varied. www.venturearchitects.com is similar in nature. I will elaborate further down how we are different. But I do like the feel that they portray - clever, knowledgable, sophisticated. We are on opposite coasts though.
contemporary, sophisticated, clever, professional, comfortable, approachable, personal, current, savvy, collaborative
I don't like advisory. I don't like names that aren't clever and spell everything out like ABC Consulting.
I have tended to like "The ______ Group" names - they often feel more contemporary, but still professional. But I'm definitely not locked into that. I am a former architect in my previous profession and liked the idea of playing on that past association, since what I do now is really "architecture" for businesses rather than buildings.
I like word associations but just haven't been able to come up with one that fits my model. A friend started this company: www.theonramp.com and I though it was clever and worked well for her business idea. www.venturearchitects.com has a clever play on the word architect, which is how I found their site. They focus more on the funding and document preparation side, but my business will have similar concepts related to the start-up client. I also like names that create a dichotomy between 2 seemingly unrelated ideas like: manifest potential.