A few featured names that The Name Inspector has come up with:
Zulily, Seattle’s most valuable startup, is a daily deals site featuring products for kids, babies, and moms. It ranked 35th on Business Insider’s list of the world’s most highly valued private tech companies for 2012–and that was before it scored another $85 million in Round D funding, putting its valuation near the billion-dollar mark! Here’s what John Cook wrote on GeekWire: “What’s amazing about Zulily is that the daily deal site is building a new consumer Internet brand in the shadows of Groupon and Living Social without seeking much attention.”
Gist collects and organizes information about your email and social network contacts. Gist was acquired by BlackBerry maker Research In Motion. CEO T.A. McCann was chosen as one of GeekWire’s Newsmakers of 2011.
SmarterComics creates comic-book versions of popular nonfiction books. It was chosen as one of Entrepreneur magazine’s “100 Brilliant Companies” for 2012.
A longer alphabetical list of names that The Name Inspector has come up with:
CapSpan connects global EB5 investors to job-creating development projects in the U.S.
Evenwheel Solutions creates compliance management tools.
Focal Pllc is a media- and tech-oriented law firm.
Gist collects and organizes information about your email and social network contacts. Gist is now part of BlackBerry (formerly Research In Motion).
Iota “creates Wearable Mobile Accessories that deliver cellular voice and text along with secure personal data to multiple internet connected electronic devices.” Their FLEX wearable modem also won a prestigious Good Design Award.
Jexy creates “REST APIs for productivity data”.
Jounce is a search engine for affiliate marketing offers.
Mindsite is a mental health website from Redfin co-founder David Eraker.
Nervebase is an SMS solution platform.
Nimbic provides “SaaS-based, cloud-computing electronic design automation (EDA) solutions”.
Pave is a community where ambitious and creative young people seek help from backers who invest their money, mentoring, and connections in exchange for a share of future earnings.
Scrappy Face is a small business consulting firm.
SmarterComics creates comic-book versions of popular nonfiction books, and was chosen as one of Entrepreneur magazine’s “100 Brilliant Companies” for 2012.
SnappyGo is a travel advice and trip planning website.
TableFare designs and sells kitchen and dining implements.
Tenduit creates software solutions for managing IT assets.
Vianza is a social platform and marketplace for designers, suppliers, independent retailers, and small-batch producers.
Viviti CMS is an online website builder and content management system.
November 19th, 2009 by The Name Inspector