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BUSINESS QUIZ #Prasanna

Check your BUSINESS KNOWLEDGE through this enthralling quiz. TRIVIA, LOGO, ADVERTISEMENT, PERSONALITY, BUSINESS HISTORY, BUSINESS TERM - You name it and you will get it here

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BUSINESS QUIZ #Prasanna

  1. 1. PRESENTED BY – SARTHAK PRASANNA GORAI PARIKSHIT CHADHA
  2. 2. Disclaimer: Questions in the quiz are easier than they appear.
  3. 3. Write Bro !! 12 questions Keep calm and write it down :P :P +10 for correct ans No negative !! :D :D BINDASS LIKHO !!! Bring in your sheet when the QM demands… !!
  4. 4. 1. X is derived from the old French word ‘Bougette’. This is a plan of all expenses and revenues. It is an important concept in microeconomics to illustrate the trade-offs between two or more goods. Gimme X.
  5. 5. BUDGET
  6. 6. R2e.a lity Tours & Travels is one of the few operators which provide guided tours of a specific area and charges of the tour may vary from Rs. 500 per person for a short tour to Rs. 1000 per person for a private long tour. Which AREA do they operate?
  7. 7. DHARAVI
  8. 8. 3. Why is it like this ?? Tell me the FUNDA behind the design of this logo.
  9. 9. 31 FLAVORS Showcases the number “31″ – signifying the number of flavors offered by the company – right in between the names “Baskin” and “Robbins”
  10. 10. Wh4en .X re-entered India, Y had the highest (36%) market share, with Z a distant second at 26%. X made a generous offer to the Chauhan Brothers (Owner of Y) and Y was bought.To any sane marketer, buying a market leader and incorporating it would seem a logical move, but the story of Y is more interesting than that. X actually bought the brand to kill it, so it could take its place. But Y just refused to die. The mass resonated with the brand and they kept it alive.The problem for X began when, in the absence of Y, Z started to gain market. And thus began the story of resurrection and conquest of one of the most iconic brands of India.Today, Y still rules with 16% market share with Z with 15% market share. ID X, Y and Z. ( +5 IF YOU GIVE ANY TWO CORRECT )
  11. 11. X- Coca Cola Y- Thums Up Z- Pepsi
  12. 12. 5. Easy and Direct !! Rovio Entertainment had teamed up with which organization to create a game based on Mars Exploration?
  13. 13. 6. Think history !! Give me the Business term used to describe a situation when a company attracts buyers with a discount or a thing of value, but locks in the buyer and forces the person to spend a lot of money with the company.
  14. 14. TROJAN HORSE Victims of Trojan horse include poor people who are searching for bargains or the best price on an item. It has a correlation with the Greek Trojan Horse – a tale from the Trojan War about the subterfuge that the Greeks used to enter the city of Troy and decisively end the conflict.
  15. 15. 7. In an interview in 2008, Ramesh Chauhan of 'X' revealed that he had approached the owners of Duke's Lemonade, requesting them to share the formula for the drink with the promise not to make it in India, which was turned down. Chauhan decided to come up with his own formula, which he launched under the 'Y' brand in 1977? The 'X' brand became well known in India following the success of products such as the biscuits and Thums Up soft drink.
  16. 16. X – PARLE Y – LIMCA
  17. 17. 8. Going with the SQAD culture… ID the company the duo founded.
  18. 18. L & T   Henning Holck-Larsen and Søren Kristian Toubro
  19. 19. 9. You can crack this !! X, started as a rubber balloon factory with a funding of Rs.14,000 way back in the 40’s is now a multibillion legacy that produces quality Y used all around India & internationally. By the early 60’s, X was exporting its quality Y to offices overseas in the U.S. and soon made its presence known globally across 65 different countries - with Y rolling out of 6 interdependent facilities built across 450 acres, 3000 strong dealer networks and 180 different offices. Gimme both X and Y. (NO PARTIAL POINTS)
  20. 20. X- MRF Y- Tyres
  21. 21. 10. ID X and Y X was the co founder and served as chief executive of Pixar Animation Studios. He became a member of the board of directors of The Y Company in 2006 when 'Y' acquired Pixar. X was the founder of the world's most valuable publicly traded company in 2011. Y is the world's second largest broadcasting and cable company in terms of revenue, after Comcast. The company is best known for the products of its film studio, which is today one of the largest and best-known studios in Hollywood.
  22. 22. X- Steve Jobs Y- Walt Disney
  23. 23. 11. Read it carefully….. Term X originated when military battles were fought with guns and cannons that used gun powder. The gun powder had to be kept dry in order for it to remain effective. Nowadays, X is metaphorically used in financial world in reference to an individual company’s cash reserves, particularly during difficult economic times. Give me X.
  24. 24. DRY POWDER
  25. 25. 12. "Swiss Avant-Garde Since 1860". ID this company which manufactures and markets chronographs & fashion accessories while also marketing eyewear and mobile phones manufactured under license by other companies and carrying its brand name.
  26. 26. TAG HEUER
  27. 27. ROUND 2
  28. 28. 6 questions Infinite bounce +30 on direct Q, +15 on pass No negative !! :D :D QM’s decision is final  
  29. 29. 1. Baap re Baap….. Costa Coffee, which sells 108 million cups of coffee worldwide each year, has come out with a special insurance policy with Lloyd's of London for Gennaro Pelliccia. This insurance is worth a whopping $14,000,000 (only some 84 Crore rupees :O :O . What’s this insurance all about?
  30. 30.   
  31. 31. He is their chief coffee taster. The $14 million insurance is for his tongue !!
  32. 32. 2. Give me the FUNDA.
  33. 33. Walt Disney bought the trademark rights for the Seal Team 6 that killed Osama Bin Laden. However, it withdrew its application following a wave of criticism
  34. 34. **3. Think Production !! (50 /-25 ) TV • Mumbai Calling • ICC Champions Trophy 2004 • Eurasia Cup • Hero Honda Sports Award 2005 • Style Mantra FILMS • Good Sharma • Hansie- A true story • Anjuman • Dharm • Flamenco in Bollywood • Kya Tum Ho • Tina ki Chaabi DOCUMENTARIES • Tiger Queen • Green Bastions • Clash of the Tiger Queens • Six Stories
  35. 35. KOSMIK GLOBAL MEDIA www.kosmikglobal.com
  36. 36. LINK me up. ;-) ;-) 4.
  37. 37. Campaign by Burger King, which created "Whopper Sacrifice," a Facebook app that used to give a coupon for a free hamburger if you delete 10 people from your friends list.
  38. 38. 5. No stinking plzzzz….. Perfumes and fragrances are sold at the entrance in most outlets. Give me the historical funda behind this.  
  39. 39. Before automobile came in, commuters used to depend on horses, which used to leave lots of dung on the roads. Just to ensure the bad odor would not enter the outlets, perfumes and fragrances were always kept at the entrance. This was done so that the customer would have a pleasant experience the moment he steps in. The trend continues.....
  40. 40. 6. What do you see ? Huh !!
  41. 41. HOOVER INDEX It is equal to the portion of the total community income that would have to be redistributed for there to be perfect equality. It is also called the ROBIN HOOD INDEX
  42. 42. ROUND 3
  43. 43.  12 questions  Pounce + Infinite bounce  Pounce remains open till the time decided by the QM  +10 for a correct ans. No negative  +15 for correct ans on pounce  -5 for wrong ans on pounce !! Be cautious POUNCE GETS EXPIRED FOR A TEAM AFTER TWO INCORRECT POUNCES !!  QM’s decision is final  
  44. 44. 1. Work it out ;-) This brand of clothing derives it's name from generational differences between baby boomers and their parents and hence the name. Which brand?
  45. 45. GAP Inc.
  46. 46. 2. Give me X Karsanbhai Patel, was a lab technician working for the State Government's Mines and Geology department, a typical middle class Indian like any one else. After office hours though, Karsanbhai spent time, selling X door to door on his bike. X was a instant hit due to its low cost, and sold like hot cakes. Three years later, he quit his job, and set up a small unit in Ahmedabad,manufacturing X. Within a decade, it was the top selling brand in the market, beating out many prominent brands. One factor was the pricing; with its lower pricing, and a good quality, it quickly captured the Indian market.
  47. 47. NIRMA DETERGENT
  48. 48. 3. This company, named after a Greek alphabet started as a socks and undergarment manufacturer in Turin, Italy. It now specializes in sporting clothes and accessories. Its logo is called Omini
  49. 49. GiveT hme coemp anXy's? fo under Paul V. Galvin and investor Bill Lear created the brand name X. Galvin and Lear mulled over names for the product on a cross-country trip and came up with X which was a blend of Y and the then popular suffix – Z, used with audio equipment of the time. The product was such a success that Galvin changed the name of the company to X.
  50. 50. X- MOTOROLA Y- MOTOR Z- OLA
  51. 51. 5. Yes !! This is BIZ Q ;-) Mark Waugh when on a tour to the Subcontinent was highly unsuccessful in scoring runs and ended up with four consecutive ducks. What nickname, did he earn due to this incident?
  52. 52. 6. Indian Management Guru
  53. 53. CK PRAHALAD  In 1994, he was presented the Maurice Holland Award from the Industrial Research Institute for an article published in Research-Technology Management titled "The Role of Core Competencies in the Corporation."  In 2009, he was awarded Pravasi Bharatiya Sammaan.  In 2009, he was conferred Padma Bhushan 'third in the hierarchy of civilian awards' by the Government of India.  In 2009, he was named the world's most influential business thinker on the Thinkers50.com list, published by The Times.  In 2009, he was awarded the Herbert Simon Award by the Rajk László College for Advanced Studies (Corvinus University of Budapest).  In 2010, he was posthumously awarded the Viipuri International Prize in Strategic (Technology) Management and Business Economics by Lappeenranta University of Technology.  In 2011, the Southern Regional Headquarters of Confederation of Indian Industry (CII) was named as Prof C K Prahalad Center
  54. 54. 7. This is an American automobile manufacturer headquartered in Auburn Hills, Michigan and owned by Italian automaker Fiat. In 2014, this is the seventh biggest automaker in the world by production.
  55. 55. WALTER CHRYSLER
  56. 56. **8. ID (+40 /-20)
  57. 57. Dr. RANA KAPOOR Founder, MD and CEO of YES BANK
  58. 58. 9.   Gary Gilmore was a notorious murderer and committed two gruesome murders. He was executed by a firing squad on January 17,1977 in Utah. His last three words have made him a legend in the world of Business and Branding. What did his last words were ?
  59. 59. 10. Perfetti X is a privately held Italian global manufacturer of confectionery and gum. It was formed in 2001 with the acquisition of X of Netherlands by the Perfetti group of Italy. Its corporate headquarters is in Lainate (Milan), Italy. Perfetti X is the third largest confectionery manufacturer in the world after Mondelēz International and Mars, Incorporated. It employs 17,000 people via 30 subsidiary companies and distributes its products in over 130 countries.
  60. 60. 11. The name X means Chinese millet. In 2011, its CEO suggested there are more meanings than just the "millet and rice". He linked the "first part" to the Buddhist concept that "a single grain of rice of a Buddhist is as great as a mountain," suggesting X wants to work from the little things, instead of starting by striving for perfection, while "later part" is an acronym for Mobile Internet and also Mission Impossible, referring to the obstacles encountered in starting the company. In 2012 President of its originating country said that the name is about revolution and being able to bring innovation in the tech world.
  61. 61. 12. name will delight you !!! A company lays focus on managing teams well and for this, they ensure no teams have a large number of members. In fact, they also have a rule on how much food to bring for each team which would be sufficient for them. NAME THE RULE for such policy.
  62. 62. TWO PIZZA RULE Jeff Bezos came up with the notion of ‘two-pizza team’. If you can’t feed a team with two pizzas, it’s too large.
  63. 63. ROUND 4
  64. 64. 6 questions Infinite bounce +20 on direct Q, +10 on pass No negative !! :D :D QM’s decision is final  
  65. 65. 1. Yummy it is….  
  66. 66. HAVMOR ICECREAM LIMITED
  67. 67. **2. In the “It nhapepewneds in …Ind.ia.: (th+e S3tor0y o,f -15) Pantaloons, Big Bazaar, Central and the Great Indian Consumer”
  68. 68. FUTURE GROUP
  69. 69. 3. Don’t tell me Football clubs   EXHAUSTIVE LIST
  70. 70. Only football clubs in the world to have CO-BRANDED CREDIT CARDS
  71. 71. 4.
  72. 72. PHILLIPS - VAN HEUSEN ( PVH CORP )
  73. 73. 5. This should be sitter !!
  74. 74. State BANK of Indore BANK of India Vijaya BANK BANK of Baroda Punjab National BANK
  75. 75. 6. Branding is important !! CONNECT and ID the recent addition to the list.
  76. 76. BRAND AMBASSADOR for INTERPOL’S ‘Turn Back Crime’ Campaign
  77. 77. ROUND 5
  78. 78. 6 questions Write Bro !! Differential Scoring Correct ans fetches you (6-N)*5 points (N- No. of teams answering correctly) QM’s decision is final  
  79. 79. 1. ID X anTdhe stYory goes that X and Y were sharing the same villa with their wives during the World War II. X was hiding in the bunker below the house with his wife. There was an air raid on the town so naturally, Y also came down to the bunker with his wife to hide. Upon seeing Y, X commented "The bastards have come again!", actually referring to the ones air raiding the town. Y assumed that X had called him and his wife names and obviously got really offended. This specific incident impacted the world of business greatly.
  80. 80. Splitting of DASSLER SPORTS !! X- ADOLF DASSLER (founded ADIDAS) Y- RUDOLF DASSLER (founded PUMA)
  81. 81. 2. Where is this used ?? ;-) ;-)
  82. 82. EdgeRank is an algorithm developed by Facebook to govern what is displayed—and how high—on the News Feed.
  83. 83. 3. X vs Y   An AD war broke out between X and Y which includes the following sequences • X - “ Your move, Y ” • Y - “ Checkmate “ • X - “ Your Pawn is no match for our King “ • Y - “ Game over “ Gimme X and Y.
  84. 84. AUDI vs BMW
  85. 85. 4.    His name is Nicolas Loufrani and he is the CEO of a "unique" company which owns the trademark of a very well known thing we use regularly. ID the company.
  86. 86. The SMILEY COMPANY    It owns the trademark and copyright over the Smiley face and name in over 100 countries.
  87. 87. 5.You are right now doing this ;-) ;-) This term now widely used in the business community first appeared in Alex Osborn’s 1953 book Applied Imagination. It is a group or individual creativity technique by which efforts are made to find a conclusion for a specific problem by gathering a list of ideas generated spontaneously. This technique is considered more effective than individuals working alone in generating ideas. What am I talking about ??
  88. 88. BRAIN STORMING
  89. 89. **6. Give me X(+20/-10) X is an Indian entrepreneur and social philanthropist. He was the founder and CEO of Y Group, which was founded in the year 1990. In January 2014, X exited the company he founded and in the process he also exited media and entertainment sector. Credits to X include: • Named on Esquire's List of the 75 Most Influential People of the 21st Century (September 2008) • Ranked 78 among the 100 most influential people in the world on the Time 100 (complied by Time Magazine, 2009). • Listed amongst 25 Asia’s Most Powerful by Fortune Magazine • Titled the Jack Warner of India by Newsweek • Named Entrepreneur of the year by Ernst & Young.
  90. 90. RONNIE SCREWVALA
  91. 91. FINAL HINT FOR THE GRAND CONNECT(+10/-5)
  92. 92. AND THE CONNECT IS…….
  93. 93. OWNERS OF TEAMS IN PRO KABADDI LEAGUE  OWNER - TEAM NAME  KOSMIK GLOBAL MEDIA – BENGALURU BULLS  RADHA KAPOOR ,RANA KAPOOR– DABANG DELHI  FUTURE GROUP – BENGAL WARRIORS  UNILAZER VENTURES (FOUNDED BY RONNIE SCREWVALA) – U MUMBA  ABHISHEK BACHCHAN – JAIPUR PINK PANTHER
  94. 94. THANK YOU

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