What are good names for a gift wrap business???????????

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  • 1 decade ago
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    I've been in business for nearly two decades, and I've built business websites for others, too. Whatever you come up with, make sure the name is simple, and don't go with anything vague that doesn't identify what kind of business it is. When someone is seeking (in your case) a gift wrapping service, they'll find yours FIRST in the phone book or through directory assistance, if you place key words such as 'wrap' 'wrapping', 'gift(s)' 'present(s)', 'package' or 'packaging' in your name.

    BTW, there are a lot of people nowadays (from busy parents, to corporate executives) who have large circles of friends, family and business associates/employees, but little time to spend buying and wrapping gifts or dealing with parties or awards presentations. They go online or they pick up the phone. So a gift-wrapping service can be expanded to include other sales and services as well.

    Such as gift-baskets with themes (think baby shower, bridal shower, business awards, etc.), a (wrapped) gift delivery service, throwing theme parties, supplying one-of-a-kind handmade giftwraps & trims, party items, even imported items. You can start small and build in any number of directions, and work your way toward an online catalog of one-stop merchandise and services. And if you are good, you will have lots of return customers, because no one runs out of gift-giving occasions.

    May you be wrapped in fun and success!

  • Anonymous
    4 years ago

    Gift Wrap Business

  • 1 decade ago

    Pretty Gift Wrap

  • 1 decade ago

    Wrap Party

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  • none
    Lv 5
    1 decade ago

    It's A Wrap!

  • 1 decade ago

    Wrap It Up like on movie sets and stuff??

    maybe like: Wraps a Million

    im not sure??

  • Anonymous
    5 years ago

    That's a Wrap Boxology When naming a business or product, sit with a couple creative friends and write down all the words and phrases that come to mind and have to do with the business, like pretty, boxes, parcels, package, gift, presents, bows, ribbon, surprises, occasion, bowed, etc.. Also write down phrases that come to mind ... mix them up, add to them, and you will come up with something that sounds catchy. Also, a name with an obvious spelling will save you a lot of explaining and headaches in the future. Shorter names with 1-2 words work best. Remember, it doesn't have to "make sense" to work well ... Apple, Starbucks, etc. have done just fine, so something odd like Zazzy might be the ticket.

  • 1 decade ago

    How about

    -Tightly In a Bow

    -Make you wanna Kiss the Wrapper

    and the slogan can be: We can wrap your gifts and your troubles

  • 1 decade ago

    "The Best Gift Wrap Buisness EVER!"

  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    That's a wrap.

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