How did the world’s leading tech companies get started?
Billions of dollars worth of well-known and successful companies are starting from scratch. Even the most famous brands have become famous in a way that no one knows about. Sometimes you may not even believe it when you hear where such successful companies start. Here are some of the ones I found to be amazing: (Includes technology and other combinations)
In the past, Sony was the first company to develop electric cookers.
LG is a modern Korean technology company that started with the production of toothpaste.
For many years Nokia was a company that made money by selling paper and rubber boots.
He started by making sewing machines. Still in production.
Ingvar Kamprad, founder of IKEA, started his business selling matches and other cheap toys.
The now-famous Sharp was originally one of the inventors of the ever-sharpened pencils.
One of the world’s leading aircraft manufacturers, it is a small company that once produced snowmobiles. At the time of the company’s inception, some people knew that its aircraft and aircraft engines used BMW’s core products.
When Nintendo was first founded, it was intended to make handmade Hanafuda decks.
Its founder is Richard Branson, who started as editor-in-chief of the youth nature magazine Student.
Samsung started out as a wholesaler.
He started mainly as a soap and vegetable oil company.
The success of Lipton (tea products) today began with a simple grocery store.
Philips & Co.
In the 1930s, Philips & Co was a company that made light bulbs and radio receivers, and it still does.
About 100 years ago, Bonduelle started a business producing alcohol. Now it’s shift to food.
The famous clothing brand Boss was a clothing company that started by making uniforms for the Nazi party.
IBM is now famous for its computers. In the past, tabulators, A company that makes cheese slicers and scales.