Boston, Massachusetts: naming agency services for small businesses

Boston naming agency services are provided remotely by Los Angeles-based Names&Naming, a spin-off of Scott Silverman’s branding consultancy, Articulated Brands®. While I certainly don’t mind making the trip to BOS, it’s important to remember that most creative naming assignments can be completed via email and phone. If you’re open to working with someone who isn’t from these parts, I warmly invite you to reach out. I’m also looking to forge dynamic creative collaborations with Boston marketing agencies, graphic designers and website development companies. Hit me up!

Boston naming

Since this website page is about Boston naming, it seems appropriate to talk about the naming of Boston, Massachusetts itself.

Naming Boston wasn’t a task given to a branding agency, a naming agency or “a million monkeys typing Shakespeare.” Like most city names, Boston’s naming is rooted in history. Prior to being called Boston, the Puritans referred to the area as Trimountaine. But several of the original colonists had come from a town by the name of Boston in England’s county of Lincolnshire. When it was time to name the city, on September 7, 1630, Governor John Winthrop (also famous for his sermon “A City Upon A Hill”) announced the “new” Boston.

Not just Boston name consulting, positioning and branding! Springfield, Worchester and Cambridge brand naming, too!

When Boston’s businesses need cool and catchy company name ideas, unique product name ideas, positioning and branding consulting, as well as copywriting, design and other creative support, they can count on Names & Naming and my brand consultancy, Articulated Brands®, which operates out of Los Angeles. But businesses in Boston’s surrounding cities, especially small businesses in Cambridge, Worchester and Springfield also need help naming and branding. So long as you don’t mind working via telephone and email, I’m happy to serve as your Springfield, Worchester and Cambridge brand agency, too.

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