Archive for October 2007

MaxAvenue… Reinventing Real Estate

When Tungsten client Harold Ware came looking for a new name for his business, he knew it needed to work on a number of levels. Having previously retired at age 47 as a multi-millionaire, Harold knew a thing or two about creating a good value proposition, and he’d come out of retirement to do just…

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How One Great Brand Name Can “Grow” Another

It started with one client’s wish to reflect her beautiful, bold web designs in her company name. Angela Nielsen had created NIC Media (for Nielsen Internet Consultants) and the name was creating considerable confusion. Not only were potential clients at a loss for what she did (media is a very broad term for everything from…

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Four Partners… Four Rivers… Four Bridges

When the accounting firm Decosimo CPA decided to branch into the merger and acquisition business (something they already had substantial experience with) they decided they needed a new name to differentiate themselves. This was an astute move. Many times businesses will create a new division and yet leave the legacy name in place. The problem…

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Use Your Head… JobNoggin.com Goes Live

When the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel went looking for a name for their Monster® co-branded web site, they found a number of hurdles… lack of available domain names, trademark issues, etc. With a looming deadline and little time to spare, they hired the bright minds at Tungsten Branding to give them the “head start” they needed.…

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