For many founders, finding their own company name is a challenge. It should reflect both the company’s own creativity and its uniqueness. Even companies that employ only one employee – the founder himself – often spend weeks or months until the right name is found.
To this day, the Internet has evolved from a simple communications network to a complex social medium. Although for many companies the World Wide Web is a new kind of “Yellow Pages”, in which their own website displays a more or less complex business card, today’s visitors expect more. In addition to the usual details such as location or information about the offer, websites can offer much more for visitors: Tips & tricks, background information on the offer or even a platform for exchanging information about the offer or the industry in general are only the first step.