This week:
Brands Are People, Too:
Products Named After Inventors

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This week, we explore famous products named after their inventors. Some products are so cemented in our minds we forget their names once belonged to people. Shrapnel was invented by Henry Shrapnel, nachos were invented by Nachos Anaya and the leotard was invented by a Jules Leotard.
We’ll even look at some inventors who wish their names had been forgotten…

Tune in Thursdays and Saturdays at 11:30 on CBC Radio One or subscribe to our podcast.

Hope you’ll join us.

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