13 brands that will impact you

13 brands that will impact you

We are used to using these brand names, so we don't mind understanding what they really stand for. For example, Ernst & Young, L & T, P & G. If you're tired of not knowing what these marks really mean, we've done the work for you.

This list is a collection of popular brands and lesser-known full names.

1.DLF-Delhi Land & Finance

The brands that most of Delhi have around them are just an acronym for Delhiland & Finance. It was founded by Ch. Raghvendra Singh 1946. The brand received the Developer of the Year award from the CNBC Awaaz Real Estate Awards 2016. Currently, the company operates many housing associations, malls and malls in Delhi, Noida and Gurgaon.


2.BPL-National Physics Laboratory

The brand's popularity in India has waned with the emergence of new major players like Lloyds, LG and Samsung, but it was one of the most widely used brands decades ago. Abbreviation for UK Physics Laboratory. An Indian electronics company founded in 1963.


3. Fiat-Italian Factory Automobili Torino

Although other brands have replaced car companies in the industry, it is still one of the most popular in other countries. Abbreviation for Fabbrica Italiana Automobili Torino. As its name suggests, it is an Italian car company founded in 1899 by Gianni Agnelli, the largest car manufacturer in Italy, who produced the first car in the world.


4.BSA-Birmingham Small Arms

BSA stands for Birmingham Small Arms Ltd. Contrary to its name, it is popular for making bicycles.


5.HDFC-Housing Development Finance Corporation

HDFC, one of the most popular private banks in India, stands for Housing Development Finance Corporation. Founded in 1977 by Hasmukhbai Parekh.


6. IBM International Business Machine

If you haven't skipped a computer class in high school, this class is much easier. This is an abbreviation for International Business Machines Corporation. Founded in 1911 by Charles Lanlet Flint.


7. HTC-High Technology Computer Company

Ah, a light mobile that has marked a new era of smartphones. HTC stands for High Tech Computer Company. It is a Taiwanese electronics company founded in 1997. It manufactures smartphones, formerly Samsung and Apple.


8.ICICI-Industrial Credit and Investment Corporation of India

It stands for Industrial Credit and Investment Corporation of India. It was founded in 1944 and is now one of the most used private banks in India. With more than 5,000 branches in India, we operate in 17 countries, including us.


9. JBL-James Brolansing

One of the most sought after brands of audio equipment, JBL stands for James Bullough Lansing. It got its name because it was founded by Lansing. An American company that manufactures electronic devices such as speakers, headphones, and earphones.


10. LG-Lucky Venus

LG has a good reputation in India and remains an unprecedented electronics company in India. It represents the happy Venus. By the way, the name does not sound very attractive. The product is known for its quality and performance.


11. H&M-Hennes & Mauritz

Have you ever wondered what the abbreviation stands for while waiting for your brand to sell? Abbreviation for Hennes & Mauritz. He refers to her in Swedish. The name of the original store of the brand. Mauritz is the name of a store acquired by Erling Persson, founded by H&M. He then combined the two words to find H&M.


12. Amal Anand Milk Union Limited

I think Amul is an irreplaceable meaning in Hindi, but it is actually an acronym for "Anand Milk Union Limited". It is a trademark of Gujarat, also known as the dairy capital of India.


13. PVR-Puriya Village Traveling Exhibition

PVR is one of the largest multiplexes in India. It was the first company to introduce the concept of multiplexing in India in 1997.


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