Practice spelling it out for anyone you talk to on the phone. If it sounds like a pain in the ass, think about doing it 1,000 times and then you’ll know if it’s a good name or not.
The name itself is fine, and ultimately the person running the company will define the name. In that regard you could name your company “Rumpolio”. It has no more meaning than yours, but it’s very phonetic and the .com is available :)
…or something really simple and potentially catchy where the .com is available.
My business name – Zava Design – came about simply because when I was searching for [something]design.com it was available, and really easy to remember/spell …etc. And now I have zavahost.com, zavamail.com, and a couple of others that I will be using eventually.
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