Amazon, Sony, Apple, IKEA,….. and all other world-famous brands all have interesting and remarkable development histories.

Currently, these famous brands all have a place in the market and their representative products are extremely famous.

Sony – Rice cooker (1946)

After World War II, Sony founder Masaru Ibuka invented a product with the hope of serving millions of families in Japan and launched this rice cooker.

At that time, rice cookers were just a few aluminum electrodes on the bottom of a wooden crate.

Amazon – Online Bookstore (1994)

As a famous online sales website, few people know that Amazon was initially just an online bookstore founded by Jeff Bezos in 1994. At this time, Jeff called the bookstore `Cadabra`, then he

Be amazed by the series of products from the 'early days' of world famous brands

LEGO – Wooden toys (1923)

As a toy brand famous for its plastic blocks that fit together, few people know that Lego was founded by carpenter Ole Kirk Kristiansen.

Some of LEGO’s first products included toy trains, cars, and wooden ducks with wheels that squeaked when pulled.

Be amazed by the series of products from the 'early days' of world famous brands

IKEA – Door-to-door delivery service (1943)

Since he was 5 years old, Ingvar Kamprad – the founder of IKEA – started his idea of ​​making money when he started buying matches in large quantities from Stockholm and selling them to neighbors to make a profit and gradually diversifying his products.

In 1943, at the age of 17, Kamprad founded IKEA from his uncle’s kitchen table and began as a mail-order business, selling a variety of items such as socks, jewelry, watches, pens and

A few years later, Kamprad added the first piece of furniture to the company’s product portfolio.

Be amazed by the series of products from the 'early days' of world famous brands

Apple I Computer (1976)

Be amazed by the series of products from the 'early days' of world famous brands

Macbook, iPhone, iPad are all popular products of the Apple corporation.

The basic machine, Wozniak said, was `the first time in history that someone typed a character on a keyboard and saw it displayed on a computer screen right in front of them.`

Another member of the group, Steve Jobs, later won 50 orders for the Apple I at $500 each.

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