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Quirky gets the business, according to a British small business insurer that surveyed consumers and found that 64% of people would be more likely to notice a small or local business with a funny or witty business name.
Among the top names gathered by the insurer Simply Business, as reported by Walesonline.co.uk, are “Grout of this World, a tiler, “Sweeping Beauty,” a cleaning business, “It Started With A Stitch,” a craft and embroidery specialist, and “Herstorical Tours,” which provides theatrical walking tours of London where women’s history is brought to life.
Simply Business is now asking people to vote on their favorite by March 8 for a prize that comes with fame and a small fortune of £2,500 ($3,001.16).