Eventually you will find all the answers for Level 7, 8 and 9 in Logos Quiz (Atico mobile) by yourself but it’s matter of time to get them immediately, so that here you have them. In those stages you’ll see brands from manufacturers countries such as Brazil, France, Canada, China, Spain, Saudi Arabian and Japan.
One interesting insignia is the big letter “Z” and one small letter “i” with a red flame which they all together represents Zippo. In 1932 George G. Blaisdell founded the Zippo Manufacturing Company (located in Bradford, Pennsylvania) and produced the first lighter Zippo at the beginning of 1933, being inspired in an Austrian lighter of similar design.
The name Zippo comes from the sound of the word “zipper” since its creator, Blaisdell, liked the sound of the word. Later that word was the sound the lighter is producing when it was closing. On March 3, 1936, the product was patent.
A red square with a white oval shaped logo identifies KitKat, the most important chocolate brand of Nestlé on global scale. KitKat was first created by the company Rowntree Limited in York (England, United Kingdom) in 1935, however, later Nestlé bought part of the multinational corporation in 1988.