Invarios is our Name of the Month for May! Invarios is a software product for establishing consistency and accuracy among data from multiple systems and keeping continuous data harmonization.
The name Invarios is derived from the adjective invariable, suggesting the idea of accurate data and consistency, as per the client's brief.
The Rabbiter also created the logo of the software tool which also evokes consistency through its 3 identical blue dots.
Infinell is our best name in April and wins the Name of the Month award. Infinell is a clothing company based in Denmark providing street wear, T-shirts, sleeveless shirts and hoodies with cool design and top quality.
The name Infinell is derived from the noun infinity. The Rabbiter also created the logo of the clothing company, representing the symbol of infinity.
Our Name of the Month award has a new owner for March: Renovelt. Renovelt is a company providing natural health products in retail pharmacies and through a Multi Level Marketing distributing system. The company only offers natural products with no side effects.
The name Renovelt is derived form the French verb renouveler (to renovate), evoking the science behind the company's products.
The Rabbiter also created the logo of the company (see picture).
The brand name Pixic is our best name for February. Pixic is a company in the social and mobile gaming space, based in San Francisco. The company aims to create truly social experiences with meaningful, lasting connections.
The name Pixic is derived from the noun pixel and it is fun and serious at the same time, just like our client wanted it.
Our first Name of the Month for 2017 is Bricolance. Bricolance is a French freelance company providing home maintenance and service.
The name is a compound word between the nouns bricolage and freelance, suggesting the essence of the new company.
The Rabbiter also created the logo of Bricolance.
Zelock wins our Name of the Month award for the last month of 2016! Zelock is a French company providing electronic door locks and access control systems to locksmiths, banks, hotels and offices.
The name is clearly a suggestive one, containing the noun lock.
The Rabbiter also created the logo of Zelock which symbolizes a human fingerprint - a reference to the high technologies of the company.
Trulity is our best name for November. Trulity is company operating in Australia, offering workers a choice when retired - use a financial planner or a DIY (do it yourself) utility. The webiste gives workers the tools - strategies/highly personalised calculators/education/portfolio software to allow them to do this.
The name Trulity is a compound word formed by the nouns true and utility, evoking the fact that Trulity is the first truly DIY Financial Planning website.
Our October Name of the Month award goes to Serenios. Serenios is a spin-off from Druml Group, Inc. a firm established in 1993 to provide business, financial and risk management solutions to the construction industry. More about Druml Group can be found at www.drumlgroup.com.
Serenios seeks to capitalize on the growing need for professional risk management providers (CROs).
The name Serenios is derived from the word serenity to suggest that clients will feel comfortable because the company is professional, highly capable, and a leading innovator in the field of risk management.
Hygentle wins our monthly award for September. Hygentle is a hand santizer spray with Aloe Vera and light citrus scent that leaves no residue and kills 99.99% of the germs. The product is suitable to carry in pocket or purse.
The name Hygentle is a compound word composed of the nouns hygiene and gentle, suggesting the properties of the product.
We proudly present present our best name for August: Eclade. Eclade is a company providing a complete one stop solution for video and film production, including TV and Social Media advertisement, websites, post production and other services.
The name Eclade is derived from the word éclat, enigmatically describing the essence of the company. The Rabbiter also created the logo of Eclade - two E letters glued together to form the symbol of a film roll.
The beautiful website of Eclade is now live at www.eclade.com.