▪ 12 Questions.
▪ Infinite Bounce.
▪ +20/-10 on pounce.
▪ +10 on bounce.
SBS Prince Bevarages Pvt. Ltd. seeking to cash in on the popularity of X
launched the product "X Cola" sometime in February this year.
With the slogan, "Drink and fight for your right", Mr.Kailash Kesarwani,
the owner, claims that the product is intended for the "common man".
PricewaterhouseCoopers, the global audit firm, is heavily invested in
the success of ______.They are well known as the "accountants to the
The service PwC is most famous for is safeguarding a "tally" and
keeping it a top secret.
X is a product developed over ten months beginning in early 2013 based
on concept drawings by artist KenWong and subsequently, published
by an indie studio Ustwo.
Its visual style was inspired by Japanese prints and minimalist
sculpture, and was compared by critics to M. C. Escher's drawings and
The product witnessed an insane increase in its popularity due to this
Born in Oxford, David Ligertwood was an English cricketer with a not so
illustrious First class cricket career.
He went on to establish Zing International, a manufacturing firm,
where he manufactured "The Zing _____ system".
What did he create?
The Weinstein Co. has acquired U.S. distribution rights to "The
Founder," an upcoming drama film.
Directed by John Lee Hancock, "The Founder" is to tell the story of how
Ray Kroc (portrayed by Michael Keaton), a salesman from Illinois, met
this brother duo in 1950s Southern California and parlayed their
company into a billion-dollar empire.
Which company’s story is the inspiration behindThe Founder?
Founded more than half a century ago by Mr. Bishan Lal Khandwal, B.L.
Agro has a near monopoly with this product in North India.
What is this very famous product which shares its name with an Hindi
Idiom which loosely translates to a person who does menial,
distasteful, hard physical work.
ID this brand by B.L. Agro.
He was born in the year 1935 in Great Britain and dedicated himself to
confectionary and sweets production.
He was made famous by a mistake he made: while trying to create
sweets from food, he dropped something accidentally in the
experiment and the taste somewhat spoiled.
Recognizing the sales potential of sweets that presented a "a risk with
every mouthful", he started commercializing them after his own name.
Who? Or what brand?
This name is Scandinavian, a short form of a very common Norse name
meaning "beauty" and "victory", and comes from the intended name
for the original developer's first child.
Which very famous application, used worldwide, am I talking about?
From 1965 until September 1975, ____ ranThe Best of Carson reruns of
"TheTonight Show", airing them on weekends at local affiliates'
In 1974, Johnny Carson announced that he wanted the weekend shows
pulled and saved so that they could be aired during weeknights,
allowing him to take time off.
Which very famous show now, was started as a filler so that Johnny
Carson could have some time off!!
X falls in the category of Repetitive Stress Injury, which occurs due to
repetitive use of a device, as indicated by the name.
X is a diagnosis for the bilateral wrist pain due to stress on the thumb
What has X been named after.
On July 17th, 1941 NYYankees center fielder Joe Dimaggio failed to get
a hit against Cleveland Indians, which brought his historic 56-game
hitting streak to an end.
He also missed out on some big sponsorship money that would've
come his way if he had gotten that hit against the Indians.
Who might’ve been the sponsor of that last hit?
Founded by Kihachiro Onitsuka, X is a Japanese athletic equipment
company which produces high end footwear and sports equipment
designed for a wide range of sports.
The underlying philosophy of the company is referred to in the Latin
phrase anima sana in corpore sano which translates as "a healthy
mind in a healthy body".
▪ 12 Questions.
▪ Infinite Bounce.
▪ +20/-10 on pounce.
▪ +10 on bounce.
The _______ effect is a cognitive bias that occurs when consumers
place a disproportionately high value on products they partially
The results suggest that when people use their own labor to do a work,
they value it more than if they didn't put any effort into the work, even
if it is done poorly.
Fill in the Blanks.
▪ Daniel Jacob Haugaard is a Danish comedian. He ran for every
parliamentary election as a joke from 1979 onwards. Among his
outrageous campaign promises were:
▪ 8 hours of free time, 8 hours of rest and 8 hours of sleep
▪ More tailwind on bicycle paths
▪ Promises of better weather, and
▪ _______ in field rations (was actually implemented)
▪ FITB for the yummiest confectionary product (inarguably) from Italy
which consumes 25% of world's hazelnut.
X, a for-profit organization headquartered in Fort Lauderdale was
founded in 1938 by Stanley H. _______, who started the business by
tutoring students for the NewYork State Regents Exam in the
basement of his parents' Brooklyn home.
He eventually opened locations around the country. In 1984 the
company was sold toTheWashington Post Company.
Path-E-Tech Management is a one of it's kind company which resulted
from a merger between Path-Way Electronics and E-Tech
According to reviews, the management in the company is horrible and
the products are awful. Despite all of this, the company has been
successful and made lots of money, becoming a multi-billion dollar
Who is the most famous employee of the company?
Red dot productions is a division of NDTV which caters to the
company's Corporate solutions andTelevision programming needs.
However, they claim to specialize in unique "person to X" technology.
They say, “In the most well guarded corridors of political power, no
aspirant can claim to have "arrived" until they feature on _________.”
What speciality are they bragging about?
The Basset Hound is a short-legged breed of dog of the hound family.
They are scent hounds that were originally bred for the purpose of
hunting rabbits and hare.
The name Basset is derived from the French word bas, meaning "low".
What’s this got to do with a business quiz?
X is an American media conglomerate founded by Edward Willis
_______ in 1922.The company is headquartered inside the _______
Center in Cincinnati, Ohio. Its corporate motto is "Give light and the
people will find their own way" which is also signified by it's logo.
However we know this company for an altogether different reason as a
sponsor of a major international event.
Give me the event.
X started operations as "Dandekar & Co." with "Horse Brand" Ink
powders and tablets in 1931. It was incorporated as a private company
in 1946, and was converted into a public limited company in 1988.
In May 2011, Japanese firm Kokuyo S&T, acquired a 50.74 per cent stake
Which iconic company am I talking about which left a mark on all of us?
Founded by Mr. Janki Das Kapur in an improvised shed at Sonepat in
1951, this company had very humble beginnings.
The motivation behind this venture was to provide quality _______ to
his countrymen at reasonable prices.
By 1965, it had emerged as India's largest _______ manufacturer.
Shree Sant Kripa Group of companies was started under the guidance
of Mr. Jeevan Uttamchandani.
The company took off with the distribution ofT-series audio cassettes
and Cds for Maharashtra.
It has now diversified and is a big player in Electronic Appliances.
What is the company's most recent and best known product which is a
word play on the parent company's name.
Mary X is the protagonist of P. L.Travers' Mary X books and all of its
adaptations. A magical English nanny, who arrives at the Banks' home
at Number 17 CherryTree Lane, London where she is given charge of
the Banks' children and teaches them valuable lessons with a magical
Give me X who also shares her name with an Indian candy.
▪ 5 Questions on Pounce.
▪ Points for connect are indicated against each question.
Since 2007 X had a trademark (Pantone 2865C) in the United Kingdom
for the distinctive "appearance" with which it would wrap one of its
product.This was originally introduced in 1914 as a tribute to Queen
Victoria. In October 2013, however, an appeal by one of it's comepetitor
succeeded in overturning that court ruling.
ID X, which also has an in-house film production unit called "a glass and
a half full productions".
X was founded as the Battle CreekToasted Company in February 1906,
byWill Keith X as an outgrowth of his work with his brother John
Harvey X at the Battle Creek Sanitarium following practices based on
the Seventh-day Adventist Church.
The company was hugely successful and was renamed X in 1922. It
became the world's second-largest snack food company by acquiring a
brand from Procter & Gamble for $2.7 billion in a cash deal in 2012.
In the 1920's, X produced so much factory wood that they
manufactured it into charcoal and sold it under the name X charcoal.
The company was later renamed to Kingsford Charcoal, after a town in
▪ X Syndrome is the development of a flawed outlook on life. Little
girls think there's true love and a "happily ever after" for all of them.
▪ That and their outlook on love is molded into an idea that love is
romance and a hot, strong guy that will sweep them off their feet is
what romance is (and thus what love is).
▪ While in fact none of these things are true.
▪ ID X?