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Q: Name for small clutter-busting company ( No Answer,   4 Comments )
Subject: Name for small clutter-busting company
Category: Business and Money > Small Businesses
Asked by: dandelion-ga
List Price: $5.00
Posted: 26 Aug 2002 12:22 PDT
Expires: 25 Sep 2002 12:22 PDT
Question ID: 58703
I need a name for a small business I'm developing in the Victoria,
B.C. area.  Therefore I wish a name not already used in British
Columbia.  The business is clutter-busting &/or organizing chaos -
sorting "stuff" into saleable items, recycle, garbage, & then tidying
what's being kept.  Part of the service will be to create systems
workable for each individual's personality in order to empower them to
control clutter on an ongoing basis.

Request for Question Clarification by waldo-ga on 26 Aug 2002 16:27 PDT
Kind of an unusual request for Google would be difficult
to qualify a right or wrong response.  But, what the heck…

Let’s see… Clutter-be-gone, The Arranger, Uncluttler, No Imbroglio,
Wizard of Entropy, The Disembroiler….

Mmm, all very good but I vote for ‘Systématique’

Of course if you don’t trust my judgment you could give $24.95 to
these geniuses...

Or you could try ‘A Hundred Monkeys’…they promise to find the company
or product name that is right for your business. But, with an name
like A Hundred Monkeys they've got to be expensive…

Now you’ve checked around, decided I was right, and chosen
‘Systématique’ you need to find out if it is already in use. Searching
registered business names in Oregon is free so either you are going to
have to move down here or fork up some cash to search the Canadian
Corporate Registry.

Search (from your own computer) $7.00 plus a service charge, but its
Or maybe not, this is from the Corporate Registry Users Guide, “There
is no charge for scanning the Name Selection screens, and there is no
charge if the search indicates that a company has changed its name or
amalgamated. At this time, there is no charge for searching any of the
firm information. A search fee will be assessed when you select a
corporation name for display.”


I found this interesting – from FAQ section of the site….

“Can I reserve a name for a corporation if it is already used by a
Partnership or a Proprietorship?

Yes, the Corporate Registry does not protect the names of Partnerships
and Proprietorships. Corporate Names however, are fully protected by
Corporate Registry. Partnership and Proprietorship names are checked
to ensure that they do not conflict with Corporations on file at the

I think this means you'd better incorporate. 

Now, if you have found that no corporation is using the name, you can
register it at the same site, and then ask me to submit this as an

There is no answer at this time.

Subject: Re: Name for small clutter-busting company
From: spectre-ga on 26 Aug 2002 16:18 PDT
life sort
Subject: Re: Name for small clutter-busting company
From: pinkfreud-ga on 26 Aug 2002 16:43 PDT
How about "Trash2Treasures" or "Trash to Treasures?"

"Junclutter, Ltd.?"

"Dustbunny Busters?"

Subject: Re: Name for small clutter-busting company
From: bethc-ga on 26 Aug 2002 18:52 PDT
And yet a few more, for your consideration:



Clutter Cure

Clutter Care

Tidy Team

Tangle Tamers

Clutter Cutters

Organization Station

Order Border
Subject: Re: Name for small clutter-busting company
From: tan-ga on 26 Aug 2002 21:34 PDT
How about Order Sorters?

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