Sunday, 13 March 2016

Business Quiz - 77

1)  This brand was created by Linwood Burton, a marine ship cleaning businessman along with his friend Mathusan Chandramohanrich a rich entrepreneur from Sri Lanka. Later sold to P&G. Id what product is this which became best-selling product in its category within the 6 months of its introduction in late 1950's ? 
Mr. Clean

2)  Industry recognised them as "Advertising Statesmen". Which advertising agency was founded by them in Philadelphia in mid-1923. The Company is responsible for some of the advertising's most memorable pieces such as  "No Rolls-Royce has ever worn out,",  "The Instrument of the Immortals," of Steinway's. Id the company founded by them ?

Young & Rubicam Advertising Agency by  John Orr Young, Raymond Rubicam

3) This is a 3200 kg, 16-foot-long bronze sculpture created by an Italian-American artist & declared it a  symbol of the ''strength and power of the American people.''. Id what I am talking about?
 Charging Bull Sculpture in Lower Manhattan

4) Which air charter company was founded as Megapode Airlines Ltd. in 1993. Later changed its name to X. Id which Airline having its operation on more than a 150 airports in 56 countries? 
Taj Air 

5) Which company named its products after some person, places like it named its 'Bathroom articles' after Scandinavian lakes, rivers and bays. 'Children's items' after mammals, birds. 'Curtain accessories' after mathematical and geometrical terms. 'Kitchen utensils' after foreign words, spices, herbs, fish, mushrooms, fruits or berries. Chairs, Fabrics after men's & women names. 
This system of naming its items is so complex, most of the customer get mystified. To overcome this problem company came up with a more efficient way to decode purchases by providing their own in-house dictionary of its products. ID the company and why they named its product so ? 
 IKEA as founder Ingvar Kampard was suffered from dyslexic so who wanted to avoid relying on numbers.

6) Id which Airline was started by him in 2005 which ceased its operation in 2010 ? 

Paramount Airways

7) Id the logo of which company ? 

TVS Tyres




6 comments:

Abhishek Kaushal said...

1.Mr.Clean
2.Young and Rubicam
3.Wall street bull
4.Solomon Airlines
5.Ikea
6.Paramount airways
7.TVS tyres

enigmaticyetstoic said...

Sent by Sumanth Patlolla

1) Mr. Clean
2) Y&R (originally Young & Rubicam)
3) Wall Street Charging Bull
4) TajAir
5) IKEA; Company founder Ingvar Kamprad, who is dyslexic, found that naming the furniture with proper names and words, rather than a product code, made the names easier to remember
6) Paramount Airways
7) TVS Tyres

sampad said...

1.Mr.Clean
2.Y & R
3.Charging Bull infront of NYSE
4.Taj Air
5.IKEA
6.paramount Airways
7.TVS Tyres

Brand Trivia Today said...

Answer by Anand Raj

1. Mr. Clean
2. Y&R (originally Young & Rubicam)
3. Wall Street's Charging Bull
4. TajAir
5. IKEA, Founder Ingvar Kampard is dyslexic and he thought It would be easy to remeber :-P
6. Paramount Airways
7. TVS Tyres

Brand Trivia Today said...

Answer by Anand Kumar

Mr. Clean
Y&R, Young and Rubicam
The Wall Street Charging Bull
TajAir
IKEA & they are part of a system created by dyslexic founder Ingvar Kamprad, who wanted to avoid relying on numbers.
Paramount Airways
TVS Tyres

Brand Trivia Today said...

answer by Abhilashini via mail

1 Mr. Clean
2 Young & Rubicam Advertising Agency
3 Charging Bull Sculpture in Lower Manhattan
4 Taj Air
5 Company: Ikea; Reason behind naming is to avoid relying on numbers.
6 Paramount Airways
7 TVS Tyre