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Vivacity finals

  1. 1. We believe if you can dream it, you can achieve it Dary… It’s Gonna be Legendary!!
  2. 2. Endeavor presents Vivacity 13’ – Business Quiz QM – Kushan Patel We believe if you can dream it, you can achieve it
  3. 3. Finals
  4. 4. Round – 1 Amul meets Bollywood
  5. 5. Q – 1
  6. 6. Q – 2
  7. 7. Q – 3
  8. 8. Q – 4
  9. 9. Q – 5
  10. 10. Exchange Sheets
  11. 11. Q – 1
  12. 12. Q – 2
  13. 13. Q – 3
  14. 14. Q – 4
  15. 15. Q – 5
  16. 16. Round – 2
  17. 17. Q -1 In 1980, Haagen Dasz, an American Ice cream company, created a lawsuit against: Frusen Gladje, who’s name means “frozen joy” in Swedish. The court ruled against Haagen Dasz for terming it as: unclean hands manouver. What was the lawsuit about?
  18. 18. The Answer is…
  19. 19. A -1 Haagen Dasz accused Frusen Gladje as using the same “scandanavian” sounding brand-name as itself. And claimed to have a copyright over it.
  20. 20. Q -2 Hiram Codd, a British Engineer, brought a patent for measuring flow of liquids and then got a patent bottling machine. However, his most important invention remains the codd-necked bottle. Where in India, would you see codd-necked bottle on a daily basis?
  21. 21. The Answer is…
  22. 22. A -2
  23. 23. Q -3 In April 1975, Dahl was in a bar listening to his friends complain about their pets. This gave him the idea for the perfect "pet": X would not need to be fed, walked, bathed, groomed and would not die, become sick, or be disobedient. He eventually took the idea seriously, and drafted an "instruction manual" for X as a pet. He became a millionaire due to sales of these.
  24. 24. The Answer is…
  25. 25. A -3
  26. 26. Q -3
  27. 27. The Answer is…
  28. 28. A -3
  29. 29. Q -4 What is the “cute cat theory of Digital Activism”
  30. 30. The Answer is…
  31. 31. A -4 Zuckerman states that ― Web 2.0 was created to allow people to share pictures of cute cats.‖ If a tool passes "cute cat" purposes, and is widely used for low-value purposes, it can be and likely is used for online activism, too. If the government chooses to shut down such generic tools, it will hurt people's ability to "look at cute cats online", spreading dissent and encouraging the activists' cause.
  32. 32. Q -5
  33. 33. The Inspiration for which logo?
  34. 34. A -5
  35. 35. Q -6 Put Fundae Brittney Spears: Alotta Warmheart Angelina Jolie: Miss Lollipop Marilyn Monroe: Zelda Zonk Brad Pitt: Mr. Ross Vegas Elton John: Mr. Humphrey Handbags Justin Beiber: Chandler Bing George Clooney: Arnold Schwarzenegger Johhny Depp: Mr. Stench
  36. 36. The Answer is…
  37. 37. A -6 Fake names celebs use for Hotel Check-ins
  38. 38. Q -7 These dolls are a matter of livelihood for these women. Put Funda. Who and what are these dolls called?
  39. 39. The Answer is…
  40. 40. A -7
  41. 41. Round - 3
  42. 42. +42/-7
  43. 43. +36/-7
  44. 44. +30/-7
  45. 45. +24/-7
  46. 46. +18
  47. 47. +12
  48. 48. +8
  49. 49. The Answer is…
  50. 50. Geographical Tags GI Tags for India
  51. 51. Round – 4
  52. 52. Q -1 The Jaffa orange, is a sweet, almost seedless variety of orange. It takes it’s name from the port, Jaffa in Israel. A quintessentially indian brand was supposed to name itself ―Jaffa‖, but changed it, thinking nobody would get it. So it chose a new sanskrit sounding name. Which Brand?
  53. 53. The Answer is…
  54. 54. A -1
  55. 55. Q -2 These are the pics of Isdaan café in Phillipines. The quality of food is average. This café provides a unique experience to it’s patrons by allowing them to use: “Taksyappo area”. What unique experience does it provide?
  56. 56. Q – 2
  57. 57. The Answer is…
  58. 58. A -2
  59. 59. Q -3 X is a restaurant company. The company operates 175 full- service dining restaurants: of which13 under the Grand Lux Cafe marque and one under the RockSugar Pan Asian Kitchen marque. It also operates two bakery production facilities—one in Calabasas, California and the other in Rocky Mount, North Carolina. David Overton, the company's founder, established the future chain's pattern of offering an eclectic menu and signature product. Accorrding to him, it "does not have any sort of arrangements with the show and really pleased to be featured in such a funny and wildly popular show".
  60. 60. The Answer is…
  61. 61. A -3
  62. 62. Q -4 What did Dominico Conti, an Italian immigrant to New York, create after seeing the recovered “phenian Ram”?
  63. 63. The Answer is…
  64. 64. A -4
  65. 65. Q -5 I was hoping they that they also showed nasty side of him, the one that you love and hate. I wanted those emotions again, and it was flat.” “I was so offended that they showed me as the pop Beatles guy, and he was the hip Bob Dylan guy…Wait a minute, I had every Dylan album. No Beatles albums.” Who on What?
  66. 66. The Answer is…
  67. 67. A -5
  68. 68. Q -6 The earliest X mounted on a motor vehicle appeared in Ray Harroun's Marmon racecar at inaugural Indianapolis 500 race in 1911. Although Harroun himself claimed he got the idea from seeing one used for the same purpose on a horse-drawn vehicle in 1904. Harroun also claimed that it vibrated constantly due to the rough brick surface, rendering it largely useless.
  69. 69. The Answer is…
  70. 70. A -6
  71. 71. Q -7 Jeremiah Dummer was an important colonial figure for New England in the early 18th century. Dummer sought donations for the school in the form of money and books, eventually securing donations from Isaac Newton & Richard Steele. Dummer wrote to a dignitary "that the business of good men is to spread religion and learning among mankind.‖ The dignitary was moved and donated a huge amount. They were initially supposed to name the college after him, but they didn’t want to sound ―DUMBER College‖, hence they named it something else. Which institution is this?
  72. 72. The Answer is…
  73. 73. A -7
  74. 74. Round – 5
  75. 75. +42/-7
  76. 76. +36/-7
  77. 77. +30/-7
  78. 78. +24/-7
  79. 79. +18
  80. 80. +12
  81. 81. Aaand the Answer… Currencies & Origins
  82. 82. +42/-7
  83. 83. +36/-7
  84. 84. +30/-7
  85. 85. +24/-7
  86. 86. +18
  87. 87. +12
  88. 88. Aaand the Answer… Currencies & Origins
  89. 89. So Long & Thanks for All the Quiz. Bouquets or Bazookas: Kushan@Endeavorcareers.com Kushan Patel:

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