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Twinings of London (04:05)

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Thomas Twining bought a London coffee house in 1706 and added tea to the menu. In 1837, Queen Victoria granted the company a royal warrant; in 1956, it introduced teabags. The business established the world’s oldest in-use company logo and developed 400 varieties.

Jim Beam (04:26)

Jacob Beam sold his first barrel of whiskey in 1795; in 1920, his operation closed due to Prohibition. In 1934, the distillery was rebuilt and the company branded. In 1988, Booker Noe started aging product, triggering premium standards.

McIlhenny Company (05:32)

Edmund McIlhenny registered the Tabasco trademark in 1906; in 1927, his company redesigned the bottle. In 1994, the company expanded its product line and opened a museum in 2016.

Nikon (04:06)

Japan Optical Industries formed in 1917; in 1935, the JOICO microscope revolutionized optics technologies. Nikon released its first camera in 1948, renaming the company shortly after. It shifted focus to digital devices in 1997.

Citizen Watch (04:48)

Kamekichi Yamazaki founded the Shokosha Watch Research Institute in 1919; it produced its first timepiece in 1924. In 1930, the institution adopted the pocket watch’s name and became a commercial company. Citizen launched the world’s first shock proof wristwatch and the first electronic watch.

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In this episode, we tell the stories of some of the world’s greatest centurion companies as they reflect on their past, present, and the path they are taking for future success.

Length: 24 minutes

Item#: BVL187435

ISBN: 978-1-64623-329-8

Copyright date: ©2018

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