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  • 1.  
  • 2. INTRODUCTION
    • Dabur India Limited (DIL)
    • The fourth largest FMCG Company
    • Turnover of more than Rs. 2,233 crores.
    • It operates under three business categories namely
    • Consumer Care Division (CCD),
    • Consumer Healthcare Division (CHD) and
    • International bussiness division
    • 350+ products
    • 4200 employee
    • 17 manufacturing unit
  • 3. HISTORY
    • Dr. S.K Burman started Dabur in 1884 as a small pharmacy
    • Initially, he prepared Ayurvedic medicines to treat diseases like malaria, plague
    • The real mass production started in 1896.
    • Early 1900’s saw Dabur emerge as the first company to provide health care
    • It achieved significant improvements after setting up Research and Development centers and manufacturing automation.
    • The launch of Dabur’s Amla hairoil and Chyawanprash was a boon to the expanding business.
    • Dabur computerized its operations in 1957.
    •   It became a public limited company in 1986 followed by diversification in Spain in 1992.
    • A major change came when Dabur came up with its IPO in 1994.
    • In 1998,for the first time in the history of Dabur, a non-family member took charge.
  • 4. MISSION AND VISION MISSION: “ Popularizing a natural lifestyle transcends national boundaries.” VISION: “ Dedicated to the health and well-being of every house-hold.”
  • 5. PRINCIPLES
    • Ownership.
    • Passion for winning.
    • People Development.
    • Consumer Focus.
    • Team work.
    • Innovation.
    • Integrity.
  • 6. DABUR WORLDWIDE
  • 7.  
  • 8. VARIOUS PRODUCTS
    • Dabur amla hair oil
    • Red tooth powder
    • Dabur anmol hair oil
    • Dabur heena cream
    • Dabur gulabari
    • Pudin hara
    • Hajmola
    • Bhasma
    • Churan
    • Janam ghunti
  • 9. ISO CERTIFICATION
    • Dabur became the first ayurvedic products company to get ISO 9002 certification.
    • In Dabur India Ltd. Knowledge and technology are key resources, which have helped the company to achieve higher level of excellence and efficiency.
    • Dabur completed its 100 years in the year 1984 and became a Public Co Ltd
  • 10. CHANGES AFTER ISO CERTIFICATION
    • FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE:
    • The Company’s revenue have grown at a CAGR of 33%.
    • Introduction of new products and variants has enhanced its leadership position and revenue growth.
    • This growth has been supported by sector growth which attracts good demand both from rural and urban India.
  • 11.
    • GLOBAL EXPANSION:
    • The revenues from International Business Division grew by 52.9%.
    • It is spending Rs 10 billion for acquisition of Sub- Saharan African countries.
    • Company is capable of funding from internal accruals with minimal borrowings.
    • It has increased its presence in the US markets.
    • It has built proper global distribution network.
  • 12.
    • RETAIL BUSINESS:
    • It adopted a revenue sharing model with the land owners instead of paying rents.
    • This model is less risky which will ensure faster break-even.
    • The Company operates in retail business through its subsidiary H&B stores.
    • It also operates its retail chain under the brand name “NEW U”.
  • 13.
    • MILESTONES/EVENTS:
    • Demerges Pharmaceutical business.
    • Acquires Balsara’s Hygiene and home products businesses, a leading provider of Oral Care and Household Care products in the Indian market.
    • Crosses $2 bn market cap.
    • Adopts US GAAP.
    • Foray into organized retail.
    • Dabur Food merges with Dabur India.
  • 14.