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Small actions, big difference
Small actions, big difference
Small actions, big difference
Small actions, big difference
Small actions, big difference
Small actions, big difference
Small actions, big difference
Small actions, big difference
Small actions, big difference
Small actions, big difference
Small actions, big difference
Small actions, big difference
Small actions, big difference
Small actions, big difference
Small actions, big difference
Small actions, big difference
Small actions, big difference
Small actions, big difference
Small actions, big difference
Small actions, big difference
Small actions, big difference
Small actions, big difference
Small actions, big difference
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  • 1.
    • Hindustan Unilever Limited
  • 2.
    • Presented By-
    • Bishnu Prasad Sharma 10DF004
    • Subhajit Bhattacharya 10DF005
    • Silvee Kamboj 10DF006
  • 3.
    • Brief Introduction of HUL
    • Products
    • Market Shares in Different Segments
    • Consumptive & Sustainable Growth
    • Favorable Factors
    • Bright Future Ahead
    • Conclusion
  • 4.
    • The journey began in 1888
    • India’s largest FMCG Company
    • Touching the lives of two out of three Indians with over 20 distinct categories in Home & Personal Care Products and Foods & Beverages
    • The company’s Turnover is Rs. 17,523 crores (for the financial year 2009 - 2010)
  • 5.
    • Works to create a better future everyday
    • To inspire people to take small everyday actions that can add up to a big difference for the world
    • Trying to develop new ways of doing business to double the size of the company while reducing the environmental impact
    • Value creation for the shareholders
  • 6.
    • Operates through five segments – Soaps & detergents, Personal products, Beverages & Foods & Ice creams, Exports and Other operations
    • Six brands i.e. Wheel, Surf Excel, Lifebuoy, Lux, Brooke Bond, Fair & Lovely with net sales more than INR 1000 Crores
    • Together Personal Products and Soaps and detergents which constitutes the HPC sector contribute 71% of net sales and 82% of operating profit
  • 7.
    • Personal wash:- Lux. Lifebuoy, Liril , Hamam, Breeze, Moti , Dove, Pears and Rexona Laundry:- Surf Excel, sun light, Rin ,Wheel & Ala bleech Dishwasher :- Vim Disinfectants:- Domex, cif
  • 8.
    • Foods:- Kissan(Jam,Ketchup,Squashes), Annapurna(Aata and salt), Knorr Soups, Modern Bread Ice-cream:- Kwality Wall's Bewerages:- Tea:- Brooke bond, Lipton, taj mahal
    • Coffee:- Brooke bond ,Bru
  • 9.
    • Oral-Care:- Pepsodent and Close-up
    • Deo spray :- Axe and Rexona
    • Water Purifier: - Pureit Ayurvedic Personal & health care:- Ayush
  • 10.
    • Soaps & Detergents
    • HUL commands 39% market share in this category
    • HUL is followed by 16% of P&G and 18% of Ghari brand detergent powder
  • 11.
    • Packaged Food Category
    • HUL has a market share of 60% in this category led by its Knorr brand
  • 12.
    • Branded Tea Segment
    • HUL commands 16-17% in this segment
    • Coming only second to Tata Global Beverages which occupies 20% market share
  • 13.
    • Toothpaste Segment
    • Colgate-Palmolive is the leader with 50% market share
    • HUL is second with around 28%
    • Close-Up has 17% and Pepsodent has 11% in this
  • 14.  
  • 15.
    • HUL has displayed its ability to effect price hikes and avoid the impact of inflation in major segments
    • It boosts the positive outlook on the stock
    • The recent moves to dispose its non core assets has given it a short term upside
    • According to the retail chains the acceptability of the products of HUL is much more than any of its rivals
  • 16.
    • In the recent past HUL has initiated a price increase in soap portfolio
    • 120 gm Lifebuoy – 6.7% hike
    • 75 gm Liril – 5.2% hike
    • 75 gm Dove – 3.3% hike
    • 80 gm Pears – 3.8% hike plus
    • Weight reduction on Lux from 110 gm to 100 gm
    • All these price increase has not played any deterrent role in the sales volume of the products
  • 17.
    • Growing markets responsibly
    • Ensuring sustainable practices in operations
    • Building a good reputation through responsible leadership
  • 18.
    • Monsoon is 4% higher than normal till September 2010
    • FMCG Companies will benefit from good harvesting that will cool down food inflation
    • The FMCG Sector has become more attractive after the global meltdown to the investors
  • 19.
    • HUL has not gone anywhere in terms of share price in the last ten years and given a CAGR return of 2.43% in that period
    • For the past one decade the return has not been exciting
    • In the present scenario HUL with its unique supply chain management and ability to penetrate deeper into the rural areas has given the company an edge over its competitors
  • 20.
    • The company is going to triple its outlets by 2012-13 to become the biggest rural player in the world
    • It has reported a topline growth of 7% for Q1FY11
  • 21.  
  • 22.
    • Sales 17,674.10
    • Operating Profits 2,482.62
    • Financial Expenses 7.47
    • Depreciation 191.94
    • Adjusted PAT 2156.63
    • Equity Capital 218.21
    • Promoter Holding (%) 52.01
    • Inst. Holding (%) 29.6
  • 23.
    • Though HUL is not considered an Wealth Creator anymore but its share price staged a comeback in the last few quarters
    • The dividend yield of the company is 2.10 % at present
    • Looking at the business volume and market shares, in the present situation adding HUL to your portfolio with a long term perspective is likely to provide it with stability
  • 24.  

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