Need a catchy name for a freelance internet start-up for Russian speaking community worldwide. Business potentially can be expaned to English & Chinese zones.
Business concept: Auction & escrow based platform with buyers & experts structured by type of work & key skills. The resource helps buyers/providers collaborate remotely to make work done with high cost efficiency. The resource becomes a 3rd part of working process which guarantees proper discharging of 2 sides' obligations by carefully developed automated work flow: briefing, bidding, escrowing, work acceptance, rating, arbitration, etc.
Target audience: contemporary companies and individuals ready to make projects & deliver results through internet. Marketers, programmers, designers and other intellectual goods developers/buyers. Russian speaking, international mindset people of 18-40 y.o., like technologies and internet. Small and middle size companies, entrepreneurs.
Key rational value for consumers: match talent (contractors) & buyers directly to make project done online efficiently for both parties no matter where they are located geographically. Obligations guarantee. Customer service.
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Competitive advantages: Russian, more capable, accountable, safe, advanced, better designed, more creative type of works.
Objective: create attractive name with available domains (.com, .ru)
Expected name features:
? English writing. English word, also may be transliterated from Russian.
? Clear, simple, perfect approach
? Number of words: 1
? Can be neologism or 2 words meaningful combination.
- Don't use "Freelance" word, because it's being a ?cheap? word for Russians
- Prefer shorter names
- Exclude the word ?office?
- Avoid sounding like recruitment agency because this business is essentially a freelance marketplace
- avoid sounding similar to competitors is vital