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  • Proctor & Gamble

    1. 1. Proctor & Gamble 10 Things to know about the company that makes more than just soap By: Xiomar Senior
    2. 2. In 1837 William Procter and James Gamble formed what started out as a soap and candle company that eventually became the global corporation that we now know as Proctor & Gamble.
    3. 3. In the 1880’s Procter & Gamble began to market a new product, an inexpensive soap that floated in water. The company called the soap IVORY .
    4. 4. Proctor & Gamble P&G Beauty and Health Unit P&G Household Care Unit Gillette Unit
    5. 5. P&G Pharmaceuticals is Procter & Gamble’s venture into the health care businesses, which develops and markets many different Prescription drugs.
    6. 6. The Iams® Pet Imaging Center is a first-of-its-kind facility that applies state-of-the-art MRI technology to the early diagnosis and treatment of pets
    7. 7. In 1915 the founder's son, James N. Gamble, helps create the first coordinated community campaign for charities.
    8. 8. Proctor & Gamble has teamed up with Project Runway’s Tim Gunn in their new campaign for Tide Total Care.
    9. 9. Proctor & Gamble sends the P&G Brandsaver every weekend in the Sunday edition of most national newspapers.
    10. 10. P&G operates in over 80 countries worldwide. The US headquarters are located in Cincinnati, Ohio.
    11. 11. P&G was one of the first companies to: -develop a patented, score able online application form -create the multi-function school team campus concept -recognize the importance of a paperless, Web-based recruiting structure Our success is because of our people. We attract and recruit the finest people in the world.              
    12. 12. Proctor & Gamble uses creative recruiting methods to give potential employees an idea of what it’s like to work for them.

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