Washington Post quotes Catchword’s Laurel Sutton on National Landing, the new name for Amazon HQ2’s neighborhood

Catchword's Laurel Sutton quoted in WaPo
The Washington Post sought Catchword's expert input in its recent story on National Landing, the new neighborhood for Amazon's HQ2a (or is it 2b?) in Northern Virginia. Co-founder Laurel Sutton was happy to oblige. “When they come up with a...
By |November 20th, 2018|CatchThis News, In-the-News|Comments Off on Washington Post quotes Catchword’s Laurel Sutton on National Landing, the new name for Amazon HQ2’s neighborhood

Catchword co-founder Laurel Sutton quoted in MarketPlace

Laurel Sutton, naming expert at Catchword
Laurel Sutton, a Catchword co-founder, was quoted in a MarketPlace article about the renaming of government agencies by the Trump Administration President Donald Trump, who created a business out of licensing his name, recently tried his hand at branding something...
By |October 19th, 2018|CatchThis News, In-the-News|Comments Off on Catchword co-founder Laurel Sutton quoted in MarketPlace

Catchword founder Maria Cypher profiled in NamesCon

Catchword co-founder Maria Cypher
Our very own Maria Cypher was selected as a featured attendee for NamesCon 2019 and profiled in its magazine! FAST FACTS Location: Oakland, California Time spent in the domain industry: Almost 20 years Favourite extension: .com Tell us which domain...
By |October 18th, 2018|CatchThis News, Domain Names, In-the-News|Comments Off on Catchword founder Maria Cypher profiled in NamesCon

Catchword names Soluna, the world’s first blockchain infrastructure company powered entirely by renewable energy

Catchword-named Soluna launches blockchain infrastructure project
Catchword-named blockchain infrastructure company Soluna has launched, and made headlines with its announcement of plans for the first utility-scale computing facility powered entirely by its own renewable energy sources. The company will develop a 900MW wind farm to supply all the energy...
By |August 2nd, 2018|CatchThis News, Catchword Naming Work, Company Naming, In-the-News|Comments Off on Catchword names Soluna, the world’s first blockchain infrastructure company powered entirely by renewable energy

Emma & Noah still #1: Popular baby names 2016

Catchword - top baby names 2016
According to the Social Security Administration, the most popular baby names haven't changed much from the past few years, with old-fashioned and biblical being common themes. Emma is still the top baby name for girls. That's the third year in a...
By |June 22nd, 2017|CatchThis News, Fun Stuff, In-the-News|Comments Off on Emma & Noah still #1: Popular baby names 2016

Catchword celebrates 19 years of naming

Catchword top naming agency in recently updated Tribune Tower
May 1998 -- Bill Clinton is in the White House, buffeted by the Lewinsky scandal, while the Department of Justice and 20 states file an anti-trust case against Microsoft. The Dow Jones has blown past the 9,000 mark for the...
By |May 9th, 2017|CatchThis News, Catchword, In-the-News|Comments Off on Catchword celebrates 19 years of naming

Clutch features Catchword as Leading Naming Agency for 2017

Catchword Top Naming Agency 2017
We at Catchword are very proud to announce our selection as a Clutch Leading Naming Agency for 2017. Clutch, a top ratings platform for professional service agencies, helps businesses find the best creative services partner through extensive research and customer reviews. Catchword...
By |May 2nd, 2017|CatchThis News, In-the-News|Comments Off on Clutch features Catchword as Leading Naming Agency for 2017

Got lacteal secretions from healthy cows? The FDA, the DAIRY Pride Act, and “milk” in food names

We all remember the California Milk Processor Board's famous question. But before we can ask ourselves if we've got milk, we need to agree on what milk is. A fellowship of US Congresspeople is pushing a bill (the DAIRY Pride...
By |April 4th, 2017|CatchThis News, In-the-News, Language Use, Product Naming|Comments Off on Got lacteal secretions from healthy cows? The FDA, the DAIRY Pride Act, and “milk” in food names

Catchword’s Laurel Sutton quoted in Washington Post

Catchword in Washington Post
Catchword's very own Laurel Sutton was consulted by WaPo reporter Hayley Tsukayama on Samsung's selection of "Bixby" for its new AI assistant. If Samsung has its way, we’ll all be bellowing voice commands to “Bixby,” the company’s new voice assistant....
By |March 28th, 2017|CatchThis News, In-the-News, Product Naming|Comments Off on Catchword’s Laurel Sutton quoted in Washington Post

Stadium Naming Fumbles and Fouls

If you are a sports fan, or have ever lived with one, you know that true fans don’t just know their players’ names, numbers, and stats. They live and die with them every season. But, as arena-naming rights continue to...
By |January 31st, 2017|Branding, CatchThis News, In-the-News|Comments Off on Stadium Naming Fumbles and Fouls