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Biztech quiz

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Biztech quiz

  1. 1. SHREY MANISH
  2. 2. ID The Slogan.
  3. 3.  7 slogans. Write down the company associated with the slogan. +5 for each correct. No negatives.
  4. 4.  lifes short, play more. The first and only network for kids. The Happiest place on earth. Think Big. Think Small. Think Different. Think Hatke.
  5. 5.  Xbox. Nickelodeon. Disneyland. IBM. Volkswagen. Apple. Virgin.
  6. 6. BIZBOUNCE.
  7. 7.  10 questions. Infinite Bounce. +15 for correct. No negatives.
  8. 8.  X comes from the russian word for "water". Poland likes to brag about how their X is older than Russias X, dating it back to the 8th century where it went by different names such as "gorzalka". The word?
  9. 9.  If you were to go to Australia and get a craving for food from X, youll have to go to a fast food chain called "Hungry Jacks". This is because there already existed a food chain with the same name. There are now just over 300 Hungry Jacks in Australia. X?
  10. 10.  The non-toxic, non-staining compound that came to be known as "X" was originally a pliable, putty-like substance concocted by Noah McVicker of Cincinnati-based soap manufacturer Kutol Products; it was devised at the request of Krogers Grocery, which wanted a product that could clean coal residue from wallpaper. Following World War II, with the transition from coal- based home heating to natural gas and the resulting decrease in internal soot, and the introduction of washable vinyl-based wallpaper, the market for wallpaper cleaning putty decreased substantially. 1965, Rainbow Crafts was issued a patent for "X" and "Y" now has exclusive rights to manufacture it. Gimme X and Y.
  11. 11.  What ‘re they called and Why? #completeansweronly
  12. 12.  From left to right: Gordon Moore, C. Sheldon Roberts, Eugene Kleiner, Robert Noyce, Victor Grinich, Julius Blank, Jean Hoerni and Jay Last. (1960)
  13. 13.  The group of 8 are called traitorous 8. They were called so after they left Shockley pvt. Ltd. to start Fairchild semiconductors.
  14. 14.  The pic is of a 10 month old chinese baby Lei Lei. What is he popularly called?
  15. 15.  The codling moth are known as an agricultural pest, their larva being the common apple worm or maggot. Their genus provides the name of a widely used application in the world. Which app?
  16. 16.  There exists a myth that X is named so coz it has a pH over 7. That would make it neutral or alkaline on the scale; however, this is not the case, as the pH is close to 3.79, similar to other products of the type. The real origin of the name is unclear, though Britvic claims that the name comes from the number of main ingredients . X?
  17. 17.  His favourite video game was Tetris. In the 1990s he submitted so many high scores for the game to Nintendo Power that they would no longer print his scores, so he started sending them in under the name "Evets Kainzow“. Who
  18. 18.  Proview International Holdings is a manufacturer of computer monitors and other media devices. The company markets its products under its own and other brand name through its extensive distribution network over the world. Proview manufactures CRT and LCD monitors, LCD TVs, Plasma TVs and DVD players. However, the company came to limelight in 2012 due to a controversy? What.
  19. 19.  The company held patent for the “Ipad” in China.
  20. 20.  In 1932, the founder of this brand entered a small San Antonio cafe and purchased a product whose owner was eager to sell his small business. He purchased the recipe and began to sell the product from his Model T Ford. Today, it is a global brand. Name it.
  21. 21. What’s Missing?
  22. 22.  5 questions. A bollywood celebrity is related to a brand via the parent company. You have to write what’s missing. Write the answer on paper/mobile. +5 for every correct. +10 for starred questions. No negatives.
  23. 23. + ITC =
  24. 24. Bizounce.
  25. 25.  X is a natural carotenoid chemical compound that is found in the flowers cronus and gardenia. It is the diester formed from the disaccharide gentiobiose and the dicarboxylic acid crocetin. This brand was introduced in India by a company called Duphar Interferan Limited. Kapil Dev was its brand ambassador during his heydays. Name it.
  26. 26.  The man in the pic is Craig Elliott, cofounder and CEO of Pertino, a new valley IT startup. He worked as a salesman during his early 20s selling Xs (which were a rage then). He was gifted a porsche by Y for his commendable job in 1984. ID the legend cropped out in the pic (Y) and whats X.
  27. 27.  The discovery of Metallicas song "I Disappear“ on a file sharing network in 2000 started a chain of events that led to the demise of the original incarnation of what company?
  28. 28.  The car crash which ultimately brought to limelight Tiger Wood’s “escapades”. The disgrace of Thierry Henry after he cheated in the South Africa World Cup by handling the ball which eventually led to the elimination of the Irish contingent. Abysmal performances and Fall in rankings of Roger Federrer in 2009. What are these events collectively called?
  29. 29.  “Slowly and steadily we are getting rid of our earthly form and ascending into the next stage, the cloud. The cloud, or Brahman as the hindus call it, is the All, surrounding everything. It is everywhere; immaterial, yet very real.” Whose blog entry and context?
  30. 30.  This was possibly the first-ever India-specific marketing campaign. Put together in 1939 by Harvey Duncan of Lintas, the campaign ensured that the palm tree logo became familiar across the country. The campaign also featured innovative packaging - a square 10-pound tin, a round 5-pound tin and a special 1/4 pound tin for sampling, all in a distinctive green- and-yellow combination. For which venerable Indian product was this campaign launched?
  31. 31.  Founded in 1977 by M V Shankar in Bihar, the famous business enterprise has travelled through all the states of the country. The name of the enterprise contains the name of a country.
  32. 32.  In 1964, this famous company based in Dallas began development of the first laser guidance system for precision- guided munitions (PGM) leading to the Paveway series of laser-guided bombs (LGB)s. The first LGB was the BOLT-117. As the defence industry consolidated, it sold its defence business to Raytheon in 1997 for $2.95 billion. Which company are we talking about?
  33. 33.  While studying at the Soviet Unions Academy of Science in 1984, the 29-year-old Alexey Pajitnov designed a bare-bones version of the game in his free time for the Elektronika 60, a Soviet terminal computer. In 1989, a major video game company purchased the rights of the game and marketed it as FROM RUSSIA WITH FUN! What did he make?
  34. 34.  Born in 1940, X belongs to a royal Muslim family that migrated from Samarkand to India & later held high positions in the princely states of Bhopal and Hyderabad before Indias independence. Xs father was chief justice and was married at the age of 15. Now X is an entreprenuer. ID X.
  35. 35.  MoBaTime, a Swiss company, started around the 1940s, has primary business is in Manufacturing Clocks/Watches. Apart from this, they have minor interests in various other fields like Airways,Railways, Energy Production. Now they have forayed into an entirely different but niche field. How do we know MoBaTime better as?
  36. 36. One reason for this name was because "______" is a standard of registration pins and holes that allow animation cells to be consistently aligned.The company name is ironic since the word ______ is derived from Greek meaning the peak, zenith or prime, and products from the ______ Corporation do not fare that well.FITB
  37. 37. What is this list all about? Steven Bliss -ambidextrous scallywags Joe Nilles -squirreling dervishes Aaron Kimball -assonant octosyllable Matthew Kerste -fetishized armadillo Doug Gray -panfish interrogation Karl Windle -disenthralled nimrod Emma Robertson -anxiousness scheduler Manik Gupta -bamboozle guzzler
  38. 38.  Googlewhack was a google sport wherein, whackers try to find queries against which google returns just one and only one result.
  39. 39.  The photograph is of a google trend of a certain product called Lunor classic Rund PP manufactured by Lunor. What and Why so trendy then??
  40. 40.  This Indian brand bears the name of the title of a Mario Puzo book. It is manufactured by a company that was set up in the 1960s. Name the brand and the product category it belongs to. #completeanweronly
  41. 41.  The name of this board game is a portmonteau between a very popular board game and a tv series/ book series.ID
  42. 42.  Video.
  43. 43. Connect.
  44. 44.  4 questions. You have to write the answer on paper . The answers have a connection. +15 for correct. No Negatives. Points for cracking the connect are menti0ned on the slides. One chance per team for the connect .
  45. 45.  In 1887,it was one of the first company to include advertising cards in their packs of cigarettes, but it wasnt until 1895 that they produced their first general interest set of cards (Ships and Sailors). Other Xs sets include Aviation (1910), British Butterflies (1927), Garden Flowers (1933) and Air Raid Precautions (1938). The factory of X in Hartcliffe, Bristol, was the location for the filming of UK television series Doctor Who, Episode 95 - The Sun Makers (1977). Filming at the Factory spanned June 13 to 15, 1977. ID X.
  46. 46. +30/-15
  47. 47.  Xs logo, The Rock of Gibraltar, is one of the most recognized corporate symbols in the world. The use of the rock began after an advertising agent passed Laurel Hill, a volcanic neck, in Secaucus, New Jersey on a train in the 1890s. The related slogans "Own a Piece of the Rock" and "Strength of Gibraltar" are also still quite widely associated with Prudential, though current advertising uses neither of these. ID X.
  48. 48.  XY was founded in Canada in 1873 by Richard X and William Y as XY Ltd. Alfred Paget Y succeeded his father in the business in 1885, the same year which Richard X left the business and this headquarters was moved to England. The 1900s saw branches of XY Ltd. opening in the United States. In 1928, the American branch became independent, and was bought by Philip Morris in 1958. XY Ltd in the UK was acquired by the Gallaher Group in 1955. ID XY.
  49. 49.  In 1887,it was one of the first company to include advertising cards in their packs of cigarettes, but it wasnt until 1895 that they produced their first general interest set of cards (Ships and Sailors). Other Xs sets include Aviation (1910), British Butterflies (1927), Garden Flowers (1933) and Air Raid Precautions (1938). The factory of X in Hartcliffe, Bristol, was the location for the filming of UK television series Doctor Who, Episode 95 - The Sun Makers (1977). Filming at the Factory spanned June 13 to 15, 1977. ID X.
  50. 50. +30/-15
  51. 51.  Xs logo, The Rock of Gibraltar, is one of the most recognized corporate symbols in the world. The use of the rock began after an advertising agent passed Laurel Hill, a volcanic neck, in Secaucus, New Jersey on a train in the 1890s. The related slogans "Own a Piece of the Rock" and "Strength of Gibraltar" are also still quite widely associated with Prudential, though current advertising uses neither of these. ID X.
  52. 52.  XY was founded in Canada in 1873 by Richard X and William Y as XY Ltd. Alfred Paget Y succeeded his father in the business in 1885, the same year which Richard X left the business and this headquarters was moved to England. The 1900s saw branches of XY Ltd. opening in the United States. In 1928, the American branch became independent, and was bought by Philip Morris in 1958. XY Ltd in the UK was acquired by the Gallaher Group in 1955. ID XY.
  53. 53.  Apart from ICC the major sponsors of the cricket world cup. Prudential Cup- 1975, 1979 & 1983. Reliance Cup- 1987 Benson and Hedges Cup- 1992 Wills cup- 1996.

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