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Discussion in 'Entrepreneurship | Startups | Business' started by Ankita Katdare, Jan 20, 2014.
Voted for 'Venture Capture' because it rhymes and it sounds good to my ears.
I think the name should be clear. One should understand what it is about just by reading the name.
Of course "Sturtup Interview Series" is not a great name but it shouldn't be something crazy. I think a name with a "startup" in it would be nice and clear.
72 votes in total! Wow! Never seen these many votes before in any poll anytime soon.
I think we should now narrow down to two options: Founders Circuit & Venture Capture.
But you should also look towards small talk. What is the thought behind starting a series when you have small talk?
Have a look at the profile of the people featured in Small Talk and you'll know.
I am going for startup chatup sounds very catchy
Founders' Circuit would be a great one as it reflects the idea more clearly....
If can prefix an appropriate adjective to Doers which make the Doers feel good
SUFFIX: Doers' Circuit
P.S.: Sounds better than Venture Capture, but not as sexy as Founders' Circuit.
"Capture Doer's Circuit"
P.S.: Try tongue twisting 'Venture Capture Venture Capture Venture Capture Venture Capture Venture Capture' - like very fast and you'd not like the sound of it. And try doing the same with 'Founders' Circuit' and feel the difference.
Before you guys decide on the name, here's another point you should probably consider which I'd describe as two cases
1.FOUNDERS' CIRCUIT wins
Say, these founders want to post on Facebook/Twitter:
"Hey guys, I'm featured on Founders' Circuit at CrazyEngineers.com for my new venture 'Patience.Is.A.Virtue' along with my partners Salman Khan and Arjun Ramphal. Catch me there!"
2.VENTURE CAPTURE wins
"Hey guys, I'm featured on Venture Capture at CrazyEngineers.com for my new venture 'Patience.Is.A.Virtue' along with my partners Salman Khan and Arjun. Catch me there!"
- see the repetition of venture? Founders ' Circuit simply says it out loud.
What other better word to describe a startup than Venture itself? - And that too as a short and easy sentence?
P.S.....whatever it takes!
Closing this thread and announcing the series! :-D