Although we frequently use several brands, we may know very little about them. Some names don’t truly seem like acronyms, but they actually have full versions that the majority of us are unaware of. Here are a few popular companies along with their full names.
BMW – Bayerische Motoren Werke, or BMW, is another name for “Bavarian Motor Works.”
HTC – High Tech Computer is the term for the name of a Taiwanese business.
AMUL – Anand Milk Federation Union Limited was founded in 1946.
HDFC – The Indian housing corporation Housing Development Finance Corporation, from which the name derives, sponsored the establishment of HDFC Bank Limited in 1994.
ESPN – The sports broadcasting TV channel stands for “Entertainment And Sports Programming Network” which is clearly all it stands for.
FIAT – FIAT stands for ‘Fabbrica Italiana Automobili Torino‘ which is an acronym, meaning ‘Italian automobile factory of Turin’.
ITC – ITC was founded as the “Imperial Tobacco Company,” but it changed its name to the “Indian Tobacco Company” in 1970.
HP – It stands for ‘Hewlett Packard‘ – the American multinational information technology company responsible for its operations.
LG – Lucky Goldstar is referred to as LG. A diverse range of electrical products are produced by this global electronics corporation. On January 5, 1947, it was established.
ICICI Bank – Industrial Credit and Investment Corporation of India was founded in 1994.
Intel – This company’s name is a combination of the words ‘Integrated Electronics‘.
JBL – JBL was started by James Bullough Lansing. The corporate headquarters are in California. It is well recognized for its speakers and earbuds.
MRF – Madras Rubber Factory, or MRF, is a company that manufactures rubber goods and has its headquarters in Chennai.
IRCTC – The Indian Railways Catering and Tourism Corporation is the full name of the organization. The Ministry of Railways created the Indian Railway Catering and Tourism Corporation (IRCTC) to oversee operations for Indian Railway catering, online ticketing, and tourism.
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