The johnson & johnson family of companies is: The world's sixth largest consumer products company, the world's most integrated medical device company, the world's sixth largest biotechnology company, and the world's fifth largest pharmaceutical company.
Established in 1962, audio-technica's global development team has been dedicated to the design, manufacture, marketing and distribution of audio equipment. Initially, audio-technica focused solely on the development of phonograph technology. Today, the company has been able to develop high-performance microphones, headphones, wireless systems, and even mixers and electronics for home and professional use.
Chanel is a French luxury brand founded by Coco Chanel (formerly Gabrielle Bonheur Chanel) in 1910 in France, with three main categories of products: fashion and accessories, perfume, make-up and skincare, and watches/ fine jewellery.
H&M is a Swedish clothing brand founded by Erling Persson in 1947. Today, H&M sells clothing, accessories and cosmetics in more than 1,500 shops worldwide. H&M is sweeping the streets of Europe thanks to the company's three-in-one philosophy of fashion, quality and price, as well as its aggressive expansion policy.
Over the years, the Kering group has grown to become the third largest luxury goods group in the world, with additional products in the sports and lifestyle sectors as well as in retail. Today, the Kering group has a wide range of brands in more than 120 countries and employs 35,000 people.
Google was founded on September 4, 1998 by Larry Page and Sergey Brin, and is recognized as the world's largest search engine company. Google is a multinational technology enterprise located in the United States. Its business includes Internet search, cloud computing, advertising technology, etc. At the same time, it develops and provides a large number of Internet based products and services. Its main profits come from services such as keyword advertising
Tesla is an electric vehicle and energy company in the United States, headquartered in Palo Alto, with a market value of US $210 billion, producing and selling electric vehicles, solar panels, and energy storage equipment. On July 1, 2003, the company was jointly founded by Martin Eberhard and Mark Tapenning. The founders named the company "Tesla Motors" in memory of physicist Nicola Tesla. Tesla strives to provide every ordinary consumer with pure electric vehicles within their consumption capacity; Tesla's vision is to "accelerate the global transformation to sustainable energy".
Wal Mart Department Store Co., Ltd. is a worldwide chain enterprise in the United States. It is the largest company in the world in terms of turnover. It has ranked first among Fortune Global 500 enterprises for seven consecutive years. Wal Mart has 8500 stores in 15 countries around the world. Wal Mart operates in 50 states and Puerto Rico. Wal Mart mainly has four business modes: Wal Mart Shopping Mall, Sam's Club, Wal Mart Stores and Wal Mart Community Stores.