Six lessons on naming your brand, as told by a new mom

    June 21, 2018

    By Gazala Vahanvati

    I’ve spent nearly 10 years developing names for brands, so when it came to naming my first child, I was sure the process would be a breeze. Little did I know how wrong I was. Even after I finally made the decision to name my baby Zayd, I wanted to change it within the week! The process radically shifted my perspective on naming. All of a sudden, I was the client. I was thinking about naming from their perspective, because for our clients, their brand is their baby. Here are the six lessons I learned from naming my son.

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