Brand Names Quiz

Brand Names Quiz

Jun 28, 2023

IT’S ALL IN THE NAME 
…or perhaps the logo!

Brand names are no longer simply the name of the creator of the company as modern times call for creativity, brand and logo recognition, and value as part of their core requirements. How many brands/logos can you identify in this quiz?

QUESTIONS

1. The Red Cross is an iconic emblem which has stood the test of time as a humanitarian movement, but what TWO other symbols are used by the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) to signify volunteers and workers who give assistance in wars, civil crisis and natural disasters all over the world? ONE POINT FOR EACH

2. Which Korean electronics company founded in 1938 has a wide range of products which include smartphones, PC monitors, laptops and TV’s to name just a few, whose name is literally translated as ‘Three-Star’ into English, but means ‘something big or powerful’ in its native language?

3. What country is home to Sony, which got its brand name from the nickname for smart young men, which was ‘Sonny Boys’?

4. Adolf Dassler created which iconic sportswear company in 1924, but only chose the famous brand name in 1949?

5. Which skin care cream company chose its name from the Latin for ‘Snow White’, with the purity of this image reflected in the colour of skin cream?

6. The most popular condom brand in the USA is named after which warrior race which were part of perhaps the most told story of Ancient Greece, and were said to be most virile?

7. Which alcoholic drink’s name is a literal translation of ‘Master of Hunters’ into German?

8. George Eastman created which photographic company?

9. AMD is a global brand which specialises in computer micro-chips and high end graphic cards, but what does AMD stand for?

10. The Dutch grocery company Door Eendrachtig Samenwerken Profiteren Allen Regelmatig, is better known by what name which is much less of a mouthful?

 

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ANSWERS

1. The Red Cross is an iconic emblem which has stood the test of time as a humanitarian movement, but what TWO other symbols are used by the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) to signify volunteers and workers who give assistance in wars, civil crisis and natural disasters all over the world? ONE POINT FOR EACH
RED CRESCENT & RED CRYSTAL

2. Which Korean electronics company founded in 1938 has a wide range of products which include smartphones, PC monitors, laptops and TV’s to name just a few, whose name is literally translated as ‘Three-Star’ into English, but means ‘something big or powerful’ in its native language?
SAMSUNG

3. What country is home to Sony., which got its brand name from the nickname for smart, young men, which was ‘Sonny Boys’?
JAPAN

4. Adolf Dassler created which iconic sportswear company in 1924, but only chose the famous brand name in 1949?
ADIDAS

5. Which skin care cream company chose its name from the Latin for ‘Snow White’, with the purity of this image reflected in the colour of skin cream?
NIVEA (Niveus is latin for ‘snow white’)

6. The most popular condom brand in the USA is named after which warrior race which were part of perhaps the most told story of Ancient Greece, and were said to be most virile?
TROJAN

7. Which alcoholic drink’s name is a literal translation of ‘Master of Hunters’ into German?
JAGERMEISTER

8. George Eastman created which photographic company?
KODAK

9. AMD is a global brand which specialises in computer micro-chips and high end graphic cards, but what does AMD stand for?
ADVANCED MICRO DEVICES

10. The Dutch grocery company Door Eendrachtig Samenwerken Profiteren Allen Regelmatig, is better known by what name which is much less of a mouthful?
SPAR (DE SPAR is the original Dutch name)

 

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