In June the streets of Geneva, Switzerland, are anything but boring. 34 street pianos that have been installed around Geneva are filling the city with music.
Business Fondue asked 10 people from 10 different countries to name a national dish that best represents their country. Here is what they chose.
Vileda is used to describe kitchen wipes of any brand in Hungary, Fairy is a common name for washing-up liquid in Spain, while Maggi is frequently referred to as a bouillon cube in Nigeria. Some consumers’ brands not only became household names but also are used as synonymous with products.
“A strike. Think of carpooling”, suggest electronic signs along the highway to France’s city Lyon. Photo: Jurgita Simeleviciene
While France’s state-owned railway company’s SNCF workers are on the major strike, French are transforming their commuting habits and showing more support to government’s plans to reform the company.
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Warburtons bread is the most loved shopping brand in the UK, Coca-Cola ranked number one in the US, bakery brand Dr.Oetker leads Germany’s ranking, while Maggi products are the most popular in Malaysia.
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Supervised children play area, double shopping carts, self-order kiosks, smart mirrors and even a free airport lounge access to all passengers. Companies around the world come up with brilliant ideas how to satisfy customers.