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On 30 and 31October 2017, 806 Master in Management (MiM) students from five of ESCP Europe’s campuses (Berlin, London, Madrid, Paris and T.
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Les 30 et 31 octobre dernier, 806 étudiants de Master 1 du Master in Management (MiM) en provenance de cinq campus (Berlin, Londres, Madrid.
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Improve your local ranking on Google
Local results appear for people who search for businesses and places near their location. They’re shown in a number of places across Maps and Search. For example, you’ll probably see local results if you search for “Italian restaurant” from your mobile device. Google will try to show you the kind of nearby restaurant that you’d like to visit. In the image below, Google uses local results to suggest some options.
You can improve your business’s local ranking by using Google My Business.
Can’t find your business? Improve your info.
You may find that your business doesn’t appear for relevant searches in your area. To maximize how often your customers see your business in local search results, complete the following tasks in Google My Business. Providing and updating business information in Google My Business can help your business’s local ranking on Google and enhance your presence in Search and Maps.
Enter complete data
Local results favor the most relevant results for each search, and businesses with complete and accurate information are easier to match with the right searches. Make sure that you’ve entered all of your business information in Google My Business, so customers know more about what you do, where you are, and when they can visit you. Provide information like (but not limited to) your physical address, phone number, and category. Make sure to keep this information updated as your business changes. Learn how to edit your business information
Verify your location(s)
Verify your business locations to give them the best opportunity to appear for users across Google products, like Maps and Search. Learn more about verification
Keep your hours accurate
Entering and updating your opening hours, including special hours for holidays and special events, lets potential customers know when you’re available and gives them confidence that when they travel to your location, it will be open. Learn how to edit your hours
Manage and respond to reviews
Interact with customers by responding to reviews that they leave about your business. Responding to reviews shows that you value your customers and the feedback that they leave about your business. High-quality, positive reviews from your customers will improve your business’s visibility and increase the likelihood that a potential customer will visit your location. Encourage customers to leave feedback by creating a link they can click to write reviews. Learn more
Adding photos to your listings shows people your goods and services, and can help you tell the story of your business. Accurate and appealing pictures may also show potential customers that your business offers what they’re searching for. Learn more
How Google determines local ranking
Local results are based primarily on relevance, distance, and prominence. These factors are combined to help find the best match for your search. For example, Google algorithms might decide that a business that’s farther away from your location is more likely to have what you’re looking for than a business that’s closer, and therefore rank it higher in local results.
Relevance refers to how well a local listing matches what someone is searching for. Adding complete and detailed business information can help Google better understand your business and match your listing to relevant searches.
Just like it sounds–how far is each potential search result from the location term used in a search? If a user doesn’t specify a location in their search, Google will calculate distance based on what’s known about their location.
Prominence refers to how well-known a business is. Some places are more prominent in the offline world, and search results try to reflect this in local ranking. For example, famous museums, landmark hotels, or well-known store brands that are familiar to many people are also likely to be prominent in local search results.
Prominence is also based on information that Google has about a business from across the web (like links, articles, and directories). Google review count and score are factored into local search ranking: more reviews and positive ratings will probably improve a business’s local ranking. Your position in web results is also a factor, so SEO best practices also apply to local search optimization.
There’s no way to request or pay for a better local ranking on Google. We do our best to keep the details of the search algorithm confidential to make the ranking system as fair as possible for everyone.
Name Availability, California Secretary of State, business name availability.#Business #name #availability
Corporation, limited liability company and limited partnership names may be adopted as follows:
- A corporation name may be adopted if the name is not the same as or too similar to an existing name on the records of the California Secretary of State or if the name is not misleading to the public.
- A limited liability company name may be adopted if the name is distinguishable on the records of the California Secretary of State or if the name is not misleading to the public.
- A limited partnership name may be adopted if the name is distinguishable on the records of the California Secretary of State.
When determining name availability, names are checked only against names of like entities registered with the California Secretary of State (e.g., a proposed corporation name is checked for availability only against other corporation names).
Names are not checked against trademark or service mark registrations or against fictitious business names. Laws relating to trademarks and service marks can be found in the California Business and Professions Code section 14200, et seq. and United States Code, Title 15, section 1051, et seq. Laws relating to fictitious business names (which are filed with the county in which the principal place of business is located) can be found in the California Business and Professions Code section 17900, et seq.
Prior to adopting a proposed name, the name may be checked for availability or reserved for a period of 60 days.
A preliminary search of corporation, limited liability company and limited partnership names already of record with the California Secretary of State can be made online through our Business Search. Please note: The Business Search is only a preliminary search and not intended to serve as a formal name availability search.
Stationery, signs, etc., should not be ordered and no financial commitments should be made until the appropriate formation, registration or change documents are submitted to and filed by the California Secretary of State.
Checking Name Availability
A free preliminary check of the availability of a name can be requested by mailing a completed Name Availability Inquiry Letter (PDF) to the California Secretary of State’s office in Sacramento. Email or online inquiries cannot be accepted at this time.
If you frequently check for name availability, see Prepay Priority Telephone Service below for information about the option to establish a prepay account to check for name availability by phone.
Checking the availability of a name does not reserve the name, has no binding effect on the California Secretary of State and does not confer any rights to a name.
Reserving a Name
A name can be reserved for a period of 60 days. Fees and instructions for reserving a name are included on the Name Reservation Request Form (PDF) . Email or online requests for name reservations cannot be accepted at this time.
The reservation can be renewed to the same applicant or for the benefit of the same party, but not for consecutive periods. (California Corporations Code section 201(c), 2601(c), 5122(c), 7122(d), 9122(c), 12302(d), 15901.09 or 17701.09.)
If you frequently reserve corporation, limited liability company or limited partnership names, see Prepay Priority Telephone Service below for information about the option to establish a prepay account to reserve names by phone.
The reservation of a name does not guarantee the name meets all federal and state requirements related to a specific entity type. Names are reviewed for compliance at the time documents are submitted to the California Secretary of State’s office for filing.
Foreign Name Registration
If the name is available for use in California, to protect the name for future use, a foreign (not California) corporation that is (1) not registered with the California Secretary of State and (2) not transacting intrastate business in California, can register the corporate name with the Secretary of State by filing a Registration of Corporate Name by Foreign Corporation (PDF) .
- The registration is effective until the close of the calendar year in which the application for registration is filed. A corporation may renew its registration by filing a new form between October 1 and December 31 of each year. The renewal, when filed, extends the registration for the following calendar year.
- A certificate by an authorized public official of the state or place of incorporation, to the effect that the corporation is an existing corporation in good standing in that state or place, must be attached to the Registration of Corporate Name by Foreign Corporation form at the time of filing with the California Secretary of State.
- The Registration of Corporation Name By Foreign Corporation form may be used for the initial registration or for renewal if the foreign corporation has previously registered its corporate name with the California Secretary of State.
To cancel a foreign name registration before the close of the calendar year, a Certificate of Cancellation of Foreign Name Registration (PDF) can be filed with the California Secretary of State.
Prepay Priority Telephone Service
If you frequently check for name availability or reserve corporation, limited liability company or limited partnership names, you may want to establish a prepay account with the California Secretary of State for Priority Telephone Service.
Priority Telephone Service requires a minimum deposit of $100.00, although a calculation of your expected usage may require a larger amount of deposit. After establishing the account, you will be able to check for name availability or reserve a name by phone. A $4.00 fee will be charged to your account for each name availability search, and a $10.00 reservation fee will be charged to your account for each name reservation.
For information about establishing a prepay account for Priority Telephone Service, please email your request to the California Secretary of State’s Fiscal office or call (916) 653–1233.
Please note, the Fiscal office staff can assist you with establishing a prepay account, but cannot determine name availability or reserve a name.
#naming a business
Picking a killer name for your business is harder than it might seem.
One of the things to think about when choosing a company name is how it will look in the subject line of an email, according to cloud-based analytics company DataHero. Then there’s how it will sound when it’s said aloud. A number of leading companies in recent history have chosen names with between five and 10 letters and at least one hard consonant: Google. Starbucks, Verizon.
Before naming your company. check out these tips from entrepreneurs who have been through the process, some of whom have even named the same company more than once.
1. Don’t rush the process.
There’s no set amount of time it should take for you to settle on a name for your company, but know that it could take six months of iterating before you make a final decision. An important thing to remember is to continue working on other aspects of the business as you get closer to picking a name, says Charlie Miner, founder of furniture and lighting e-commerce company WorkOf. “You don’t want the process of naming to prevent you from moving the business forward,” he says.
2. Think about your audience.
Venture capital database CB Insights was initially founded under the name Chubby Brain, something co-founder Anand Sanwal says represented his attempt to come up with a name that was cool, funky, and “startup-sounding.” Sanwal’s philosophy changed after he heard from the investment banks and other institutional clients that would be citing his startup’s data in their marketing materials. “Nobody wanted to put ‘Source: Chubby Brain’ at the bottom of a deck, because it’s not a real big credibility builder,” Sanwal says.
3. Make it easy to spell.
It’s okay to use unique spelling, a la Chick-fil-A, but don’t make your company’s name so unconventional that it’s hard to remember. “I’ve seen some startup names where I’ll think, was that four ‘E’s’ or three?” CB Insights’s Sanwal says.
4. Short is better than long.
Not every company can have a short, simple, one-syllable name like Box, Dell, or Lyft, but if you come up with a great long name and a great short name, you should probably go with the short one. Acquiring the rights to short web domain names, however, can be pricey, if not impossible, so make sure to check the availability of your desired URL first.
5. Factor in search engine optimization.
Making your company easy to find in search engines is an important consideration when picking a name. If you’re going to use a proper noun for your name, you should think about how that decision will impact SEO. Choosing a common term like “Bell,” for example, would make it hard to place your company on the first (or second) page of search results on Google.
6. Enlist a focus group (or groups).
Once you have a shortlist of names you like, it’s a good idea to see how other people respond to each one. “Survey as many people as you can,” says Bridie Loverro, co-founder of QuadJobs, an online marketplace connecting college and grad students to local employers. “The name to choose may not necessarily be the one people like best, but the one they remember most.”
7. Keep your options open.
Having to change your name after pivoting from one business model to another isn’t the end of the world, but if you can pivot and still retain the brand identity you’ve already built up, that’s ideal. Picking a name that doesn’t pigeonhole your company to one specific service will help. “The goal is to create something that is broad enough to intuitively answer who you are and that speaks to your core customer base, but also gives you room to grow into other areas,” says Logan Sugarman, co-founder of wellness concierge service Refresh Body.
8. Keep mobile in mind.
If customers can buy your products through a mobile app, you might want to factor in how your company name will look on a mobile app icon. A friendly sounding name like Shopify might also lend itself better to mobile users compared a three-letter acronym that doesn’t convey anything about your brand.
9. Don’t obsess over a descriptive name.
The name of your company doesn’t have to make it clear what your business is. While it helps to reference the spirit of your brand in some way (think: food delivery company Seamless), avoid a name that sounds specific to an entirely different industry. As Neil Patel, co-founder of web analytics company Crazy Egg writes, the name NomNom suggests food, and therefore doesn’t work if you’re starting a financial services software-as-a-service company.
10. Make the name visually distinctive.
After you pick your name, you should consider adding a custom feature that makes the brand more than just the word or words in the title. Some examples include unconventional capitalization, combining two words into one, or adding a unique design touch, like the curled “C” in the first letter of the bedding startup Casper. “It’s about developing a more fully fleshed out visual identity,” says WorkOf’s Miner.
Choosing a Business Name
Naming your Sole Proprietorship or General Partnership
You may name your business after your own name without having to consult anyone. For example:
- Jane Smith Landscaping (not Jane’s Landscaping)
- Joe Doe Plumbing (not Doe Plumbing)
- John Jackson and Mike Mason Handyman Service (not John and Mike: The Handymen)
A name like Jane’s Landscaping, or a business name that has nothing to do with your name, is considered an “assumed name.” With an assumed name, you should conduct a search with your county Register of Deeds to find out whether someone is already doing business under the name you want.
Naming your Corporation, Limited Partnership (LP), or Limited Liability Company (LLC)
The NC Secretary of State’s Office reviews potential business names. The office may reject your chosen name if it is too similar to another business or if it uses prohibited words.
Follow these steps to choose a business name:
- Selecting a name;
- Determining if the name is available (see steps below).
- Deciding on a trademark or service mark (optional). Register for a state trademark and/or a Federal trademark.
If you have any questions over a corporate name, you should seek the advice of an attorney.
Is the Name You Want Available?
You are responsible for deciding which of these steps you should follow to determine whether the name you’ve chosen for your business entity is available or not.
Once you have chosen a name for your corporation, LP, LLC, or LLP, take some or all of the following steps to determine if the name is available for use:
- Check the Secretary of State’s Office to determine if a proposed name is available as a corporate name.
- Check the appropriate guide for restrictions regarding such words as bank, trust, mutual, co-op, insurance, engineering, and architect:
- Check the Register of Deeds office in your county and surrounding counties for similar names listed as assumed names (“doing business as”) or partnership names.
- Search online business directories, city directories, chamber of commerce lists, etc. for similarly named businesses in your area.
- Search the Trademark Registration of the NC Secretary of State’s Office to determine if the words which make up your proposed name have been registered as a trademark or service mark under North Carolina law. You may also conduct a trademark search through the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office for similar Federal trademark or service mark registrations.
- You may also hire an attorney to assist you with forming your business entity.
We strongly recommend that you make sure you have received all of your final incorporation papers from the NC Department of the Secretary of State before you print supplies such as checks, stationery, signs or any other printed items.
#business name generator
Top 7 Free Business Name Generators
Updated August 29, 2016
There are a lot of steps to follow when it comes to starting a business. and each one is important for specific reasons. Choosing a business name can be one of the easiest parts of starting a business, or it can be one of the most difficult. If you fall into the second category and are struggling to identify the perfect business name, there is help available.
Here are seven business name generators that can help you brainstorm, think creatively and break through the mental block to find the best possible name for your business. Take your time and explore each one before you make your final decision. Run your potential names by business partners, colleagues, friends and family to get their input and follow these tips for naming your business to make the best decision possible.
To use this business name generator, you input a word or words, and it generates a list of possible business names. The tool will also identify which domain names are available for each possible business name. More
A random name generator that provides a steady feed of names that you can click on to see if the domain name is also available. You can specify the type of word you are looking for and the length, or put in your own word to use as a starting point. You can also control the speed of the name feed and pause the feed through controls on the page. More
This name generator allows you to enter specific criteria and generate a list of 24-816 possible names for each search. You can specify a root word, syllable, letter, the number of syllables desired, and if you d like to add rhymes, Latin or Greek roots and other words for variations. More
This tool will randomly generate new business names based upon keywords you identify. You can also select how the letters of your keywords shift in order to create variations. More
This online business naming tool that allows you to enter in a word, syllable or letters, choose the number of syllables and then find possible names for your business. More
This business name generator spits out random business names from a list of more than 7.2 million potential names. You can also sign up for a free account and post a topic in the forum on the site to get help from the Wordlab community.
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Choosing a business name is an important step in the business planning process. Not only should you pick a name that reflects your brand identity, but you also need to ensure it is properly registered and protected for the long term. You should also give a thought to whether it’s web-ready. Is the domain name even available?
Here are some tips to help you pick, register, and protect your business name.
Factors to Consider When Naming Your Business
Many businesses start out as freelancers, solo operations, or partnerships. In these cases, it’s easy to fall back on your own name as your business name. While there’s nothing wrong with this, it does make it tougher to present a professional image and build brand awareness.
Here are some points to consider as you choose a name:
- How will your name look? – On the web, as part of a logo, on social media.
- What connotations does it evoke? – Is your name too corporate or not corporate enough? Does it reflect your business philosophy and culture? Does it appeal to your market?
- Is it unique? – Pick a name that hasn’t been claimed by others, online or offline. A quick web search and domain name search (more on this below) will alert you to any existing use.
Check for Trademarks
Trademark infringement can carry a high cost for your business. Before you pick a name, use the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office’s trademark search tool to see if a similar name, or variations of it, is trademarked.
If You Intend to Incorporate
If you intend to incorporate your business, you’ll need to contact your state filing office to check whether your intended business name has already been claimed and is in use. If you find a business operating under your proposed name, you may still be able to use it, provided your business and the existing business offer different goods/services or are located in different regions.
Pick a Name That is Web-Ready
In order to claim a website address or URL, your business name needs to be unique and available. It should also be rich in key words that reflect what your business does. To find out if your business name has been claimed online, do a simple web search to see if anyone is already using that name.
Next, check whether a domain name (or web address) is available. You can do this using the WHOIS database of domain names. If it is available, be sure to claim it right away. This guide explains how to register a domain name .
Claim Your Social Media Identity
It’s a good idea to claim your social media name early in the naming process – even if you are not sure which sites you intend to use. A name for your Facebook page can be set up and changed, but you can only claim a vanity URL or custom URL once you’ve got 25 fans or “likes.” This custom URL name must be unique, or un-claimed.
Register Your New Business Name
Registering a business name is a confusing area for new business owners. What does it mean and what are you required to do?
Registering your business name involves a process known as registering a “Doing Business As (DBA)” name or trade name. This process shouldn’t be confused with incorporation and it doesn’t provide trademark protection. Registering your “Doing Business As” name is simply the process of letting your state government know that you are doing business as a name other than your personal name or the legal name of your partnership or corporation. If you are operating under your own name, then you can skip the process.
Learn about the requirements in your state and how to file in this Registering Your Doing Business As Name guide.
Apply for Trademark Protection
A trademark protects words, names, symbols, and logos that distinguish goods and services. Your name is one of your most valuable business assets, so it’s worth protecting. You can file for a trademark for less than $300. Learn how to trademark your business name .
#search business names
Check name availability
To see if your proposed company name is too similar to a name already held by ASIC, you can use ‘Check name availability’.
You cannot register a company name that is identical to one that already exists.
When should I check if a name is available?
Complete your ‘Check name availability’ search before starting an application to register a company. You can’t register a company name that is similar or identical to a name that is already held.
This search does not guarantee that the name will be available for registration. Before you lodge your application, see Starting a company.
Can I reserve a name?
You can reserve a company name for up to two months. For further information on reserving a name, see Starting a company .
Your ASIC key is a unique number used in ASIC Connect that helps us establish your identity and protects your business information by making sure only you and those you have authorised can access it.
AUSkey is a single key to access government online services. In the future, you may no longer need different user IDs and passwords as AUSkey becomes accepted by more government agencies for their online services.
A corporate key is an 8-digit number uniquely associated with a company’s ACN. Your company needs only one corporate key.
What is a business name?
A business name is a name or title under which a person or entity conducts a business.
Watch our YouTube video about What is a business name and how to apply for one.
When should I register a business name?
You will need to register a business name if you carry on business within Australia and are not trading under your own name.
Exceptions to this include:
- if you are operating as an individual and your operating name is the same as your first name and surname
- if you are in a partnership and your operating name is the same as all the partners’ names, or
- if you are an already registered Australian company and your operating name is the same as your company’s name.
The law does not allow any changes from the business holder’s name if you wish to rely on the above exemptions. For example, if your name is John Smith, and the name of your business is ‘John Smith Co’, you will need to register the business name ‘John Smith Co’.
If you are unsure about whether you need to register a business name, look through the examples in Regulatory Guide 235 .
What a business name registration does not provide
Registering a business name does not provide exclusive ownership of your business name. It also doesn’t prevent other people from being able to register and use similar names.
To gain exclusivity over a particular business name, you need to register it as a trade mark with IP Australia .
#business name ideas
YourBrand understands just how difficult it can be to choose a stellar name for your up-and-coming business. With so many options available, it often seems as if choosing a name for your company is an impossible task. Fortunately, we can help you find a company name that works in your favor.
Brainstorming that perfect name begins with inspiration. Take a look at similar websites to see how they came up with their names and think about your favorite websites with snappy names. Sometimes reading blogs by the experts is a helpful step too. The most important thing to remember is that you want to be memorable and stand out from all the other websites offering the same services.
Many of the best ideas come with exploration. Take a look at some of the ideas available that might give you a readymade solution. You should start writing down some of your favorite ideas that stay in line with your values and your company s motif. Sometimes writing down these ideas gives you entirely new material to work with. As you write them, say the names out loud to see if they are snappy enough to roll off the tip of your tongue.
There are many benefits to creating an excellent company name. Your name must be memorable; it needs to stay at the top of the average Internet user s mind. The name must also give your company room to expand. Keeping this advice in mind, you are well on your way to creating a bright new future for your company.
When trying to find a great brand name for a product or company, many people choose to blend two or more words together to create a single new word that customers will love and businesses can promote. It’s a great way for you to brand yourself in a way that no one else is and have unique combinations of names that appeal to your audience. Find a whole new way to create a brand for yourself and invent your own words to express your company best- you’ll find yourself branding yourself in a whole new direction that will help your business soar.
Unique Sounding Brand Names
Just as important as what a brand name represents is how it sounds. Believe it or not, the way a name rolls off a person’s tongue can make a lasting impression about your brand. You want to sound engaging and exciting, not bitter and tasteless, so your brand is recognizable in all the right ways with your customers.
Discover how having the right unique sounding brand names can give your business and image a fresh new start. After all, if your brand sounds great, it’s bound to be great in the eyes of your consumers. In the end, that’s what ultimately matters.
Unique Brand Naming
When it comes to branding yourself and your company, you want to choose a brand name that sticks in your customers’ minds. Get creative and shop for pleasing brand names that are unique in style and will help you flourish in whole new ways.
It’s hard to choose a brand name that expresses just who you are and sounds great at the same time. When you can’t find the perfect name that will reach out and grab your audience, you can use these tools and guidelines that will help make your branding experience a successful one. Delight your customers and make them remember who you are with unique brand naming you will love.