HENRY HEINZ. “To do a common thing uncommonly well brings success .”. Made By: Taylor Mayers. Childhood. Born on October 11, 1844 in Pittsburgh. Started to sell veggies as a teenager. Worked with his father. As a child….
“To do a common thing uncommonly well brings success.”
Made By: Taylor Mayers
Started to sell veggies as a teenager
Worked with his father
As a child…
He helped his father grind spices for his mother’s pickles as a child
His mother enrolled him in Allegheny Seminary
But his inspiration for business was clear
He went to Duff’s Business College where he took several bookkeeping classes
To many families, “If it isn’t Heinz, it isn’t ketchup.”
Sell 650 million bottles every year! Ranked 1st ketchup in the U.S.!
After joining Clarence Noble and making Heinz and Noble to produce horseradish, they went bankrupt.
He wanted to use vinegar as cleaning substance. His idea never made it out of the U.S.
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