Choosing a Corporation Name
Your new corporation’s name must be distinguishable from all other business entities registered or reserved with the Delaware Secretary of State. The name must include the word “association,” “company,” “corporation,” “club,” “foundation,” “fund,” “incorporated,” “institute,” “society,” “union,” “syndicate,” or “limited” (or an abbreviation thereof, with or without punctuation. Alternatively, it can include a word or its abbreviation of similar meaning in another language, provided it is written in Roman characters or letters.
Interestingly, the name requirements may be waived for corporations that certify that they have $10 million or more in total assets.
You can check name availability and reserve a name online for up to 30 days from the state filing office website for only $10