ANKER, were did the name come from?

Anker is a German word (anchor).
Who was the one who has chosen this name for a Chinese company?

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Second paragraph here, no real explanation given;


So we should ask the “big boss”. :sunglasses:

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1 : a unit of capacity: a : an old Dutch and German liquid measure used in various countries of Europe especially for spirits and equal to about 9 to 10.5 U.S. gallons (30 to 40 liters) b : a U.S. unit equal to 10 gallons (37.85 liters) c : a unit of South Africa equal to 7¹/₂ imperial gallons (34.10 liters)
Anker | Definition of Anker by Merriam-Webster

What is really awesome is this bit of their history:
In 2014, an Indiegogo campaign to promote a set of magnetic accessories called Zolo was launched.[8] Due to prolonged manufacturing challenges the project was set on hold and 1863 backers were offered a 200% refund.

That was an investment in their future, forging strong consumer confidence in the company.

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