Funded Company Names #5

funded company names

Continuing our quest to find cool and brandable funded company names that are not only caching in, but growing a well rounded brand. Here are 3 more companies we feel hit that sweet spot.

 

Fatherly

What They Do
Fatherly helps men embrace their parental role and gives them the resources they need to be the best fathers they can be. These aren’t clichéd fathers who aren’t there and this isn’t your typical Daddy blog. These are fathers helping other fathers, giving them comprehensive content broken down by your child’s age. Be the father you know you can be with Fatherly.

Funding Rounds
April 8, 2015 – $2 million

Why I Like Their Name
I like names that use the ly suffix and Fatherly is another one that’s easy to remember and spell. It also lets you know what it’s all about with the name and they didn’t break the bank to purchase this domain.

 

JumpCloud

What They Do
JumpCloud connects and manages employees on the cloud via mobile devices and IT applications. You can manage it all with one directory and your IT administrators can execute any task or set of tasks on a Windows, Mac, and/or Linux device from your directory. Why discriminate between operating systems or directories? Put it all on JumpCloud.

Funding Rounds
April 13, 2015 – $3.2 million
January 24, 2014 – $3 million
December 20, 2012 – $1.2 million

Why I Like Their Name
You can jump from one mobile device to the next and from one operating system to another with this name that does exactly what it implies. Your cloud will get jumping with this memorable name.

 

Pledgeling

What They Do
Pledgeling offers a safe, easy place to donate to charities online. You can follow charitable influencers, create your own philanthropic profile. Based off your preferences, Pledgeling can connect donators to causes they can get behind. In short, Pledgeling makes giving easy.

Funding Rounds
April 13, 2015 – $3.2 million
January 24, 2014 – $3 million
December 20, 2012 – $1.2 million

Why I Like Their Name
Pledgeling plays off the word fledgling. I don’t know if I like the “ling” suffix as much as able, ly, and others, but it works well in this case. You know which services they provide and they didn’t break the bank with this domain.

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