Communicate to your company with charisma

Communicate to your company with charisma

Hollie Abbott

Hollie Abbott

So, let’s set the scene here… maybe you’re a start-up or maybe you’re wanting to change your brand’s vision or company image? You need to communicate how amazing your company is with long words that sound super smart and exciting when stringed together. Well, the Corporate Gibberish Generator might help you there.

Mainly geared towards technology companies, the Corporate Gibberish Generator is very simple. Just type your company name into the search box and eight randomly generated descriptions of your company will appear!  Every buzzword, all the corporate jargon and business slang you can think of, you’ll probably come across it on here.

Sure, we love to hate management speak and yes, this site is way over the top in terms of overly-professional and often nonsense phrases, but its great if you’re wanting a bit of a laugh in the office or wanting to extend your corporate jargon dictionary.

Here’s a few of our favourite phrases from the website when we tried it with “Firefly”:

 “Firefly is the industry leader of six-sigma intuitive performance”

“At Firefly, we realise how to innovate dynamically.”

“Think one-to-one. Think bleeding-edge, out-of-the-box. Think collaborative. But don't think all three at the same time.”

“Firefly is the industry leader of dot-com, seamless R&D.”

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