Tata Crucible Campus Edition 2017 – Singapore – Regional Round Questions
- WINNER: National University of Singapore (NUS) – Rohan Naidu and Shivam Bhardwaj
- RUNNER UP: Nanyang Technological University (NTU) – Arvind Ramesh and Anshuman Anand
Regional Round Questions:
Q.1. Considered one of the most simplistic designs in the world. It became an iconic identity as a logo or a symbol. Created and designed by Frazer Brunner in 1964 on the request of a Tourism Board of a country. What design or symbol are we talking about?
Ans. Singapore Merlion
Q.2. He’s a fashion mogul. He built his second breast cancer research center as a tribute to his close friend Nina Hyde who died in 1990 after a long battle. Who is this great designer whose brands today contribute exclusively and in large measure to breast cancer foundations?
Ans. Ralph Lauren
Q.3. What in the modern world of media is a kill fee? A lot of media houses have legalized this. What do you pay the fee for?
Ans. A kill fee is a payment on a magazine or newspaper article made to the freelancer when his assigned article is “killed” or cancelled
Q.4. He is an American racing driver turned entrepreneur. He took a pretty British sports car the Ace, and added a powerful Ford V8. The result was a fearsomely fast car that terrified roads. What are we talking about from the world of brands? He named the brand after a venomous snake.
Ans. Shelby Cobra
Q.5. Ratan Tata of the Tata Group, in partnership with this particular University is setting up a venture capital fund with about a hundred and fifty million US dollars. It is one of those universities which has contributed immensely from noble to various other inventions in the world of science and so on. Which famous American University is this?
Ans. University of California
Q.6. Which brand from Asia after long deliberations came up with a name which is a combination of two words that essentially meant we provide sound for all? Therefore the brand name.
Q.7. Which country banned this campaign? ‘Absolute _____, the future is yours to create’ was a campaign which they said is outrageous. It was in the context of the famous presidential battle that happened.
Ans. South Korea
Q.8. This created an uproar across the world. What was this innovation?
Ans. Freezing fishes in the rink of a Japanese theme park
Q.9. What is happening here?
Ans. Kopi Luwak
Q.10. How does the world know these beautiful go downs?
Ans. Clarke Quay
Q.11. What is named after her?
Ans. Marie Biscuit
Q.12. Identify the brand from this royalty? A famous brand is named after this great King.
Ans. Louis Philippe
Q.13. This is a famous Prime Minister of Britain. He is credited for?
Ans. Earl Grey Tea
Q.14. This is the famous Earl after whom something we can eat is named?
Ans. Auction Houses
Q.17.Identify. He is associated with?
Ans. Pokemon Go
Q.18. It was one of the most commercially successful airports in Asia. Which airport?
Q.19. What is he credited for?
Ans. Singapore Sling