Grundig? Now there’s a brand that takes me back to childhood. Didn’t know they were still in business.
The tone of voice in my head reading that was very optimistic until I read Grundig. I thought they were the one from years ago who made ultra budget TVs
I thought they folded years ago. Apparently they are now part of a huge Turkish conglomerate. Their products are considered [?] to be efficient, innovative, reliable and environmentally friendly. R-
Is that by the Turkish conglomerate?
Well, actually on the Grundig.co.uk website - so yes. R-
Grundig is BEKO
That’s another one of those brands that used to be something, took a turn for the worst and got gobbled up by someone.
Lifted from The Telegraph 1 Sep 2019
Now Beko is part of the unfortunately named Arçelik, which itself is just one company among more than a dozen which fall under the control of Koç Holding, owned by one of Turkey’s wealthiest families.
Are the names in that article a joke? Or maybe I’m just being childish.
Surely The Telegraph would not do such a thing ?
I would suggest that those words spoken in the native Turkish tongue will sound quite different to how our English imaginations are saying them. R-