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  • tatra
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  • Evian Evian
  • tatra
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  • Mont blanc
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  • Ashutosh Dey (Deb Sarkar) (alias Chatu Babu) and Pramathanath Dey (Deb Sarkar) (alias Latu Babu) 
  • Biz quiz final

    1. 1. Grand Finale
    2. 2. Rules
    3. 3. • As a tribute to which ‘jodi’, these two flower flies, found primarily in Costa Rica, are named?
    4. 4. • Made in London in 1874 as a tribute to the marriage of these two individuals (vis – next slide), it became popular throughout Europe, particularly in Spain where, following the Civil War, it became a symbol of Spains economic recovery.• What am I talking about?
    5. 5. • A major hit in the United States, peaking at #2 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart, this song is a tribute to which iconic, now defunct, brand?
    6. 6. • It is Doonesbury’s way of paying tribute to which business magnate?
    7. 7. • As a tribute to which industrialist, these stamps were issued?
    8. 8. • As a tribute to which ‘jodi’, these two flower flies, found primarily in Costa Rica, are named?
    9. 9. Bill Gates – Paul Allen
    10. 10. • Made in London in 1874 as a tribute to the marriage of these two individuals (vis – next slide), it became popular throughout Europe, particularly in Spain where, following the Civil War, it became a symbol of Spains economic recovery.• What am I talking about?
    11. 11. Marie Biscuit
    12. 12. • A major hit in the United States, peaking at #2 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart, this song is a tribute to which iconic, now defunct, brand?
    13. 13. Kodachrome
    14. 14. • It is Doonesbury’s way of paying tribute to which business magnate?
    15. 15. Donald Trump
    16. 16. • As a tribute to which industrialist, these stamps were issued?
    17. 17. Andrew Carnegie
    18. 18. Rules
    19. 19. • In the early 18th century, Lahore was famous for its weekend markets. The tradition was such that the first sale on every market day was made to a dwarf.• What common practice in business has this resulted in?
    20. 20. Bauni
    21. 21. • “I was born on the 7th of July in 1981, my jersey number is seven, and thus number seven is very special for me. I love the number 7”, said someone during the recent launch of a certain product.• Who? About what?
    22. 22. MSD about the perfume 7
    23. 23. • ‘X’ worked as an accessory buyer with the clothing chain ‘Jigsaw’ and also worked part-time until January 2011 as a catalogue photographer, webpage designer and marketing officer for a firm ‘Party Pieces’ owned by X’s parents.• Who is ‘X’?
    24. 24. Kate Middleton
    25. 25. • A brilliant wrestler and winner of many important athletic events, what is he doing in a biz quiz?
    26. 26. Milo
    27. 27. • Though the name suggests otherwise, there was no second person other than Mr. Arthur who founded the company in 1869. Arthur chose the name because it was his ‘bond’ to customers to provide quality products.• Identify the brand which is still available in the Indian subcontinent.
    28. 28. Brooke Bond
    29. 29. Audience - 1* Whose statues have been erected in different cities to promote the launch of a new bodywear line for H&M?
    30. 30. David Bekham
    31. 31. • Mithun Chakraborty played the role of newspaper magnate Manik Dasgupta in the 2007 film Guru.• After which real-life personality, that character was based?
    32. 32. Ramnath Goenka
    33. 33. • Ads issued by…….?
    34. 34. Times of India
    35. 35. • William Thomson, a renowned physicist, was well-known for his works on Thermodynamics, Mirror galvanometer, Temparature Scale and Kinetic energy.• Why should we remember him in the world of business?
    36. 36. Kelvinator
    37. 37. • Identify the gentleman in this Chrysler ad.
    38. 38. Neil Armstrong
    39. 39. • He was India’s representative at Bretton Woods Conference which led to the formation of IMF and World Bank. He was also a minister in Nehru’s cabinet from 1950 to 1956 but resigned in protest. Later, he served as VC of University of Delhi, President of I.S.I. and Honorary Chirman of National Book Trust.• He became the first Indian to hold which post? (Vis – next slide)
    40. 40. C.D. Deshmukhfirst Indian Governor of RBI
    41. 41. Audience - 2• Some of the International Projects :-- - Blaise Diagne International Airport, Senegal - Kuala Lumpur International Airport, Malaysia - Sharjah International Airport Expansion & Development, UAE - University of Sharjah, UAE.• Identify the construction firm.
    42. 42. Saudi Binladin Group
    43. 43. • In Greek mythology Medusa was described as a monster, having the face of a hideous human female with venomous snakes in place of hair.• In the logo of which famous fashion- house would you find a medusa?
    44. 44. Versace
    45. 45. • What is this musical piece doing in a business quiz? (It’s a ‘first’ in India)
    46. 46. The Shiva Trilogy Theme – Neelkanth released topromote the 3rd installment of TheShiva Trilogy by Amish Tripathy.
    47. 47. • Sumant Moolgaokar, often referred to as the Architect of TELCO, have received many national and international honours.• In which unique way, was he honoured posthumously in 1994 by the TATA Group?
    48. 48. Sumo
    49. 49. • A very well circulated joke in the Indian business world was – ‘If you want to meet the God, you’ve got to first ask the Pope.’• Pope, referred to in the above statement was a young advertising executive -- Jennifer Pope.• Who was being referred to as God?
    50. 50. Alyque Padamsee
    51. 51. • After creating a lot of buzz, why did the Twitter id @Pontifex go into hibernation from 28th February, 2013?
    52. 52. That Twitter handle belongs toPope Benedict XVI, who retired on Feb 28, 2013.
    53. 53. Rules
    54. 54. • BlueOrigin, a privately funded aerospace company, is developing technologies to enable private human access to space with the goal of lower cost and increased reliability.• What is the most well known venture of the founder of this company?
    55. 55. • This is the present kit of TSV 1860 Münich. What has been blanked out?
    56. 56. • It is the third oldest car maker in the world after Daimler and Peugeot. Six- times Dakar Rally winner Karel Loprais made this car maker’s name a household one.• Identify this company which has recently inked a deal with the Indian Army.
    57. 57. • In 1995, Swedish politician Mona Sahlin had bought, among other things, two ‘X’ bars using her Riksdag credit card. She was forced to step down as a candidate for the post as Prime Minister. This became known as the ‘X’ Affair.• What is ‘X’?
    58. 58. • It is the logo of ……………
    59. 59. • After leaving Xerox PARC, Charles Geschke and John Warnock established which company in 1982, in order to develop and sell the PostScript page description language?
    60. 60. • MikroMikko was a line of micro- computers produced from 1981 to 1987.• It is one of the discontinued products of which company?
    61. 61. • During the 1920s, on a visit to Burma, Mr. M. Manal saw restless elephants being fed with a Rauwolfia Serpentina root to pacify them. Fascinated by the plants effect on elephants, he had it scientifically evaluated.• Thus begun the journey of which Indian company?
    62. 62. • As a part of a unique promotional campaign, this company teamed up with Virgin Records and EMI for the album Club Nation. It featured many ads for that company, including a logo on the cover.• Name the company which is one of the official associates of the Wimbledon Tennis Championship.
    63. 63. • References in two versions of The Black Island. What has been blanked out?
    64. 64. • BlueOrigin, a privately funded aerospace company, is developing technologies to enable private human access to space with the goal of lower cost and increased reliability.• What is the most well known venture of the founder of this company?
    65. 65. Amazon.com
    66. 66. • This is the present kit of TSV 1860 Münich. What has been blanked out?
    67. 67. Aston Martin
    68. 68. • It is the third oldest car maker in the world after Daimler and Peugeot. Six- times Dakar Rally winner Karel Loprais made this car maker’s name a household one.• Identify this company which has recently inked a deal with the Indian Army.
    69. 69. Tatra
    70. 70. • In 1995, Swedish politician Mona Sahlin had bought, among other things, two ‘X’ bars using her Riksdag credit card. She was forced to step down as a candidate for the post as Prime Minister. This became known as the ‘X’ Affair.• What is ‘X’?
    71. 71. Toblerone
    72. 72. • It is the logo of ……………
    73. 73. Mont Blanc
    74. 74. • After leaving Xerox PARC, Charles Geschke and John Warnock established which company in 1982, in order to develop and sell the PostScript page description language?
    75. 75. Adobe
    76. 76. • MikroMikko was a line of micro- computers produced from 1981 to 1987.• It is one of the discontinued products of which company?
    77. 77. Nokia
    78. 78. • During the 1920s, on a visit to Burma, Mr. M. Manal saw restless elephants being fed with a Rauwolfia Serpentina root to pacify them. Fascinated by the plants effect on elephants, he had it scientifically evaluated.• Thus begun the journey of which Indian company?
    79. 79. Himalaya
    80. 80. • As a part of a unique promotional campaign, this company teamed up with Virgin Records and EMI for the album Club Nation. It featured many ads for that company, including a logo on the cover.• Name the company which is one of the official associates of the Wimbledon Tennis Championship.
    81. 81. Evian
    82. 82. • References in two versions of The Black Island. What has been blanked out?
    83. 83. Loch Lomond
    84. 84. The Answers1. Amazon.com : Named after Amazon River2. Aston Martin: Named after Aston Hill3. Tatra: : Named after Tatra Mountains4. Toblerone: Named after Toblerone Mountain5. MontBlanc: Named after Mont Blanc, in Alps6. Adobe : Named after Adobe creek7. Nokia: Named after Nokia River8. Himalaya : Named after the Himalaya mountain range9. Evian : Named after Évian-les-Bains, on the southshore of Lake Geneva.10. Loch Lomond : Named after a Scottish waterbodych
    85. 85. Rules
    86. 86. • This book inspired someone to develop something.• Who? What?
    87. 87. • The design of these signboards found in the Indian rail stations have been inspired from the logo of an organisation which is celebrating its 150 years of its existence.• Which organisation?
    88. 88. • Which international chain, started in 1996, has been inspired by this movie- character?
    89. 89. • What inspired Antonio De Rosa, CEO of Socialmatic to create this camera (to be released in 2014) which allows users to ‘take a photo and post it to various social media sites, as well as edit the photo with multiple filters’?
    90. 90. • Which movie trilogy, reportedly, inspired the limited edition Nike Mag shoes?
    91. 91. • This book inspired someone to develop something.• Who? What?
    92. 92. Linus Torvalds & LINUX
    93. 93. • The design of these signboards found in the Indian rail stations have been inspired from the logo of an organisation which is celebrating its 150 years of its existence.• Which organisation?
    94. 94. London Underground
    95. 95. • Which international chain, started in 1996, has been inspired by this movie- character?
    96. 96. Bubba Gump Shrimp Company
    97. 97. • What inspired Antonio De Rosa, CEO of Socialmatic to create this camera (to be released in 2014) which allows users to ‘take a photo and post it to various social media sites, as well as edit the photo with multiple filters’?
    98. 98. Instagram
    99. 99. • Which movie trilogy, reportedly, inspired the limited edition Nike Mag shoes?
    100. 100. Back To The Future
    101. 101. Rules
    102. 102. • Connect.
    103. 103. Harley Davidson
    104. 104. • What the list, shown at an event at the University of Arizona’s Department of Marketing, is all about? (Bigger vis – next slide)
    105. 105. Apple’s proposed names for iPhone
    106. 106. • The firm is founded under a contract with Ford Motor Company in 1993. Some of its products are shown here.• Who owns this firm?
    107. 107. Dilip Chhabria
    108. 108. • What is the biz connection?
    109. 109. Michelin Baby Syndrome
    110. 110. • Known as the first modern Bengali millionaire, Ramdulal De was a self-made entrepreneur. He started his business career initially as the Sarkar of Madanmohan Dutta. His life changed when he bought a scrap-ship in an auction.• His two sons were more well-known than him. How are they better known to us?
    111. 111. Latubabu - Chhatubabu
    112. 112. Audience - 3• These two London properties as part of a property empire was bought by ‘X’, allegedly funded by Mussolini. As per the 2012 reports of Council of Europe, ‘X’ controls assets worth £570 million.• ‘X’?
    113. 113. The Vatican
    114. 114. • According to Raymond Lowey, the renowned industrial designer who introduced streamlining to packaging, the Coke bottle is one of the two most perfect containers of the world.• Which is the other?
    115. 115. Egg
    116. 116. • Two sets of currency from two different states. Put funda.
    117. 117. Only two Indian Princely states to issue paper currency wereHyderabad & Jammu & Kashmir
    118. 118. • Evolution of logo of which European company? (Clue – A sports arena)
    119. 119. Allianz
    120. 120. • Dubbed as India’s answer to the Orient Express, it has been voted the World Leading Luxury Train at World Travel Award 2012. Recreating the old world feel of the bygone era, Mayur Mahal, one of the restaurants, has peacock feather theme in its décor.• Which luxury train service is this?
    121. 121. Maharajas’ Express
    122. 122. • One of the largest shopping mall in Dubai, it consists of six courts, each of whose designs are inspired by some of the distinct features of the respective countries : Egypt Court, India Court, China Court, Andalusia Court, Persia Court & Tunisia Court.• After whom this mall has been named?
    123. 123. Ibn Batuta
    124. 124. Audience - 4• This venture originated when this couple started to write about their backpacking tours across Europe, Asia and Australia.• Name the venture that has millions of customers around the world.
    125. 125. Lonely Planet
    126. 126. • As suggested by the Tourism Minister P. Rajavelu, a regional govt. is planning to felicitate a Taiwan-born US gentleman, a Canadian and a French citizen, along with some other Indians, as they helped the local economy to grow manifold.• Put funda.
    127. 127. The Pondicherry Government hasdecided to felicitate the entire team of Life of Pi.
    128. 128. • Which unlikely company produced these two firearms during World War II?
    129. 129. IBM
    130. 130. • The superhit song, used in this Nissan ad, belongs to the soundtrack of which Rajesh Khanna movie?
    131. 131. Mere Jeevan Saathi
    132. 132. • This is e-Commerce Company, recently made an unique offer for their mobile handset customers.• What is that offer ?
    133. 133. Theft Insurance
    134. 134. • Regarded as the pioneer of consulting engineering services in India, he was deputed to India by the US Govt. as a consulting steel plant expert to the Mysore Iron & Steel Works Ltd. at Bhadravati.• How is he associated with today’s quiz?
    135. 135. M.N.Dastur Auditorium
    136. 136. • See you tomorrow for the General Quiz…….

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