If you’re a small business owner in Germany, you may be thinking of spending hundreds of Euros on a sign or brochure to advertise your business. You probably want to give your establishment an English name, since English says "sophisticated" to Germans; just as French says "distingué" to Americans. Now, if you ask me, I would say give your establishment a German name. It’s a nice language you have here, why not use it? Plus, it’s just more völkisch that way, if you know what I mean.
But if you do insist on English, why not have your idea checked by a native speaker? After all, your last formal English lesson might have been two decades ago, when you were 17. And once you hire that sign-painter or print a thousands brochures, there’s no going back. You’ll be stuck with "Schmidt Logistic Services – the Partner of your Trust!" or "Hahn Maintenance of Buildings" forever.
Therefore, I offer my services, as a certified native English speaker. I will review your suggested business name or advertising slogan and, using my native-speaker magic, give it that touch of class. That certain little je ne sais quoi, if you will. I’m happy to report that I’ve already had one customer — a bar in the University area of Cologne. I think you’ll agree that together, we were able to create something very special. Jump to see the result!