Which biz name do I choose: Grow Studios or White Stripe Studios? What sticks be

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  1. philli profile image81
    philliposted 4 years ago

    Which biz name do I choose: Grow Studios or White Stripe Studios? What sticks better in the mind?

    I have a photography biz that I''m getting started with. I've played around with a many different names. I don't want to use my name b/c of the difficulty of spelling for people who do not know me. I have a fav Bible verse:  Matthew 17:20 (if you have faith as small as a mustard seed, you can say to this mountain, 'Move from here to there,'). It describes who I am now and what I hope will be. On the flip side, I love zebras (one of the only animals that when attacked will return to defend family members and their stripes are as unique as fingerprints). Give me your opinions, PLEASE!

  2. pattyfloren profile image76
    pattyflorenposted 4 years ago

    If you choose the White Stripe Studios than when you are talking to future clients, a conversation could start b/c of the name of your studio.  This can perhaps get more work just b/c someone asked "How did you get that name?"  On the other hand, Grow Studios does have a unique sound to it, and could possibly give you more of a marketable edge if you have products to sale online or whatnot.  It depends on what your goals are, name or product.

    1. philli profile image81
      philliposted 4 years agoin reply to this

      Yes, that's my delimma. Both have their pros. Why do you think Grow is more marketable? The goal is to have a successful photography studio, later expanding to videography later (covering all life events...weddings, engagements, prom, seniors, etc).

  3. bethperry profile image90
    bethperryposted 4 years ago

    I like Grow Studios better, though both are catchy. But have you thought of maybe combining the two interests? Perhaps something like Mustard Zebra Studios?

  4. magictrickshq profile image59
    magictrickshqposted 4 years ago

    White stripes were also a band, right?
    Grow does not really suit a photography business, sounds more like something for growing plants or muscles to me - without knowing ahead of time.

    But in the end, it is the name you make for yourself, not the name of the biz that matters. Just choose one you like and go with it

  5. profile image0
    sheilamyersposted 4 years ago

    They both have flair. This is just my opinion, but when I read White Stripe for some reason I think either clothes or perfume. But that could be just me.


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