Erfolgswelle will generate a globally-unique name for a baby. The firm's naming service charges initially were $35,000, but in 2016 it became $29,000.
A Switzerland based naming agency, Erfolgswelle started its business of providing a unique international name for a baby at the cost of $35,000. Marc Hauser is the CEO and founder of the agency. They are the pioneers in baby naming since 2015. They have twelve translators who can speak the most common languages around the world among 5.5 billion people. It would charge $20,000 U.S. dollars for a nationally unique name.
Erfolgswelle's naming methods involve searching through a name's history. Along with translators, the creative team assembles a list of fifteen to twenty-five unique names by using a combination of different words. The short-listed names are then presented to the customer for review. After the family preferences, a team of professional historians will check for any existence of the names used in markets, or the previous history. The agency's procedure and prices remain the same to find exclusive names for products and businesses. In 2016, parents had paid $29,000 for this Swiss-based company.