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Tips from Craig

For my name ideas, I focused on creating names that appeal to customer values using words like: Conversation, Lesson, Experts or Barrier. A business name that lets your customer know what solutions you provide or the core values your business hold is a great way to make your business appear trustworthy and relevant.

Here are a few name ideas I came up with:

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Tips from Kate

A great way to make a memorable business name is to use rhythm or alliteration, these types of business names sounds great and are extremely brandable. For example, some names could be: Conversation Class, Tutor Talk, Linguist Lesson or Language Learning.

With that in mind, here are more business names I came up with:

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Tips from Marcus

When developing your business name, it’s useful to do a competitor analysis. Dissect and understand why their business name works for them and how you can use those techniques in your own business name. Some of the top Language Firms are Euroace, Maximo Nivel, Greenheart Travel or Derzhavin Institute.

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Tips from Sandra

When deciding on the perfect business name, don’t forget to get feedback on your ideas from potential customers! Be sure to ask questions like: Does this sound like a trustworthy business?What quality of product or service would you expect to get from this business? Does the answers align with your business goals? That said, here are some name ideas to help you create the perfect business name:

Tips for naming a Language Business

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by Craig M.
Branding Specialist at

When working on creating a company or brand, its name is one of the most important decisions you’ll ever make. When choosing a name for your brand in one language, the choice is difficult enough, how be it when the name has to work in two different languages?

This is why you need to take note of the following tips for a bilingual business brand name when thinking of such for your brand. Consider giving your brand a name that is:

  1. Meaningful: The brand name you come up with should have a meaning. The meaning could stem up from a definition in any of the languages you’re considering, or something that communicates your brand’s personality or values. Find a brand name such as The Talking Tourist an example of this.
  2. Simple and Memorable: In the bid that very creative name, there may be the urge to come up with something complex. Don’t try and use anything too complicated as this may make the name especially difficult to remember or pronounce. This is particularly important when your brand is going to deal with a foreign audience. Brands like AOL and CNN used the acronym approach to make their names easier to remember.
  3. Relatable: In the two different languages, the brand name must be relatable. People should be able to relate to it, or at least, understand its story and the name should appeal to them. Your business name is linked to your brand, so when people can relate to the name, they will be attracted to the brand.
  4. Evoking of Emotions: When your brand name connects people to their experiences or dreams, those people become loyal customers. So, when you incorporate those experiences into a name for people, it is a sure way to retain customers for the brand.

Language Business name analysis

If you’re still stuck on creating some name ideas, here’s a breakdown of some of the top brands and businesses in the industry. Here I’ll explain why the name works for that company, and how the name appeals to customers. What’s more, a few more team members from BizNameWiz have added their name ideas below aswell!


The brand came up with a name that is both simple and creative, connecting to their audience through emotions making it easy for consumers and would-be customers to relate to the brand. The name also has a positive depiction of the brand as the name has a meaning that people can attach to it.


The name is quite descriptive of what values the brand holds, describing what they are offering while also making the general public know what to expect should they decide to patronize the brand. This name resonates with the audience and


British Broadcasting Corporation used perhaps one of the easiest techniques in the book, Acronyms, to make a name for themselves. The name is simple and easy to remember without pronunciation being a problem. The full name of the brand also gives meaning to the brand and what it is offering.


If you ever wondered what this brand did right with their name, it’s the creativity and simplicity. They understand that the company name is an integral part of the brand so they had to come up with something that will always speak for the brand, wherever it goes.

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Dania Neal
Dania Neal
1 year ago

Linguistic Programming, The Language Institute, Tongue Teasers