Web Desk: Almost everyone wants fame and wants to be seen on newspaper, magazines etc. But here are also some people who prefer to stay out of spotlight. Their impressive success stories everyone loves to know.
Here are 6 brand founders who don’t show their faces.
Nike – Phil Knight
In the 60’s the quality of shoes was not so good, so Phil and Bill decides to create their own brand of sneakers. Bowerman and waffle-like design were created.
In 1978, the company got its official name, Nike and their famous logo.
Starbucks – Hooward Schultz
In 1971, Starbucks was opened a store that sold coffee beans and equipment in Seattle. Later on, in 1987, the company was bought by Howard Schultz and turned it into a real coffee shop.
As Howard was inspired by Italian espresso bars, so he made the espresso-based beverages popular in the US.
ZARA – Amancio Ortega
In the 70’s, Amancio and his wife made nightgowns and bathrobes. Once, their German partner declined a huge order and the spouses decided to sell clothes on their own and opened their first store in Spain.
Ferrero – Michele Ferrero
In 1957, Michele inherited a family business creating a chocolate paste with nuts. He created Kinder Surprise chocolate eggs and created Ferrero Rocher and Raffaello sweets and famous chocolate spread Nutella.
He made Tic Tac which has only 2 calories for the women cared more about weight.
Google – Larry Page and Sergey Brin
The company was created by two students from Stanford University, Larry Page and Sergey Brin. They founded google.com in 1998, which is used as a search engine.
Instagram – Kevin Systrom
This was also made by the student of Standford University, Kevin Systrom. He was a lover of photography, so he started developing his own photo service. He was inspired by filters, so he made first filter X-Pro II.
After two years, Facebook bought it for $1billion. Now, Instagram is something more than an application.