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    • 1. Group Members: Catina Claassen, Tyron Donte Javis, Bryant Filter, Jennifer Gaddy and Harvey Gibson
    • 2.
      • Introduction:
      • An industry which envelops practically every item an individual can purchase
      • Encompasses mainly areas of toiletries and cosmetics, appliances, beverages and food, and other household items
      • Divided into durable and non-durable products
      • Staple and less discretionary products
    • 3.
      • Contribution:
      • Accounts for more than two-thirds of the total volume of trade in the world economy.
      • Plays an important role in the growth and development of the global economy.
      • Source of a significant portion of the gross domestic product (GDP) of many countries.
      • Acts as a driver for other industries, such as advertising and retail.
      • Source: globalEDGE. Consumer Products: Background.
    • 4.
      • Trends
      • Modern technology for growth and expansion
      • Utilization of interactive qualities of internet for:
          • Customer Relationship Management (CRM)
          • Radio-Frequency Identification (RFID)
        • Mergers, acquisitions and alliances to increase the competitive advantage
        • American and European markets becoming increasing competitive
        • Manufacturers turning towards emerging markets
        • There are risks involved with expanding internationally
    • 5.
      • Key players:
      • Johnson & Johnson, Colgate-Palmolive, Eastman Kodak, Whirlpool, Procter & Gamble, Nike, Gillette and Unilever.
    • 6.
      • Business sector: Household and personal care products.
      • Revenue: $83,503 million
      • Profits: $11.13
      • Assets: $144.4
      • Market Value: $203.67
      • Merged with Gillette in 2005.
      • Focuses on emerging markets for growth and expansion.
      • Source: PG 2008 Annual Report
    • 7.
      • Major segments: Oral, Personal, Home Care Products; and Pet Nutrition Products.
      • Net Sales: 3.7 billion
      • Operating Profits: $ 0.8 billion for FY2008
      • Assets: $10.11
      • Market Value: $38.79
      • Has a great business model and better fundamentals than most of its competitors
      • Source: Colgate-Palmolive FY 2008
    • 8.
      • Business sector: Foods and Home & Personal Care.
      • Total Revenue: $58,085.9 M
      • Revenue increase: 1.4%
      • Operating Profit: $7,189.5 million in FY 2007(3% decrease).
      • 0.5% profit margin decrease in 2007 due to higher raw materials prices and charges for restructuring.
      • Source: UL 2007 Annual Report
    • 9. Company Revenue in $M Net income $M Operating margin % R&D spending $M R&D as % of total revenue % revenue growth from 2006 P&G 83,503 12,075 20.46 2,226 2.67 9.00 Unilever 58,508 6,022 13.05 1,264 2.16 1.37 Colgate 13,790 1,737 19.24 247 1.79 12.68
    • 10.
      • Macroeconomic dynamics:
        • A flat and declining retail environment
        • Changing consumer behavior
        • Global economic recession
      • Key strategic imperatives:
        • Delivering Innovation Driven By Consumer Insight
        • Driving Profitable Growth Through Improved Value Chain Collaboration
        • Operating Responsibly and Profitably With Full Supply Chain Visibility
        • Building Brand Awareness and Loyalty
      • Grand strategies:  Low Cost Leadership
        • Concentrated Growth and diversification
        • Market Development
      • Differentiation
        • Product Development
        • Innovation
    • 11.
      • Colgate 2007 Annual Report
      • Colgate Palmolive: http://www.colgate.com/nonflash.html
      • Ezine Articles: A Financial Analysis of Colgate-Palmolive
      • globalEDGE. Consumer Products: Background
      • globalEDGE. Consumer products Corporations
      • PG 2008 Annual Report
      • Procter and Gamble: http://www.pg.com/main.jhtml
      • UL 2007 Annual Report
      • Unilever Homepage: http://www.unilever.com/home
      •