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  • 1. BUSINESS SUSTAINIBILITY Presenting Group:Arvind Uppala- 123 Dasari Pradeep- 126 Sangam Lalsivaraju- 138 Rajesh- 151
  • 2. Hindustan Unilever Limited     India's largest Fast Moving Consumer Goods company, touches the lives of two out of three Indians. With over 35 brands spanning 20 distinct categories The Company has over 16,000 employees, with turnover of around Rs.25,206 cr 2012-13 HUL is a subsidiary of Unilever, strong local roots in more than 100 countries across the globe with annual sales of €51 billion in 2012
  • 3. FACET’S OF SUSTAINABILITY
  • 4. REASON TO THINK FOR SUSTAINABILITY           Cost Savings Consumer Demand Risk Mitigation Leadership Tax Incentives Employee Retention Brand Reputation and Publicity Resource Limitation Keeping up with the Competition New Revenue Opportunities
  • 5. INDIAN FMCG SECTOR      FMCG industry is characterized by low margins. Mainly classified into premium segment and popular segment. FMCG industry represents nearly 2.5% of the country’s GDP. Industry has tripled in size in past 10 years, 17% CAGR in the last 5 years. Rural India accounts for more than 700 million consumers. Major concerns lies with high inflation, rising cost of input, rupee depreciation, infra bottlenecks.
  • 6. PESTEL ANALYSIS FOR INDIAN FMCG INDUSTRY Political Factors:  Political stability higher the stability better the business.  Taxation policy is closely watched by the players.  Norms related to subsidies and trade focusing on the import and export of goods.  labor law protecting the work force, child labor. Economic factors:  Interest rate directly impact the profit and growth.  For the tax rate and exchange rate the relation is directly correlated.
  • 7. National income with more growth of income amount spend increases and organization grows.  Similar goes with economy a strong developing economy helps the market grow. Social Factors: Demography helps to better segment according to race, gender, age, family, religion.  Distribution of income in particular region.  Changes in life style with time.  Education and awareness among the consumer for the product and their 
  • 8. Technology Factors: Advancement in technology helps in economies of scale.  Discoveries and innovation open new frontiers.  To overcome the issue of obsoleteness.  Research and development for the market and what all steps required to survive. Environment Factors: Awareness of the environment you are working.  Global warming, water sewage and the air
  • 9. Legal Factors: To have fair employment law into practice.  Laws which would protect the consumers.  Industry-specific rules as what all required to run your process.
  • 10. HINDUSTAN UNILEVER SUSTAINABILITY  To have sustained growth, lower environmental impact and positive social impact. Promoting hand washing, ensuring safe drinking water, project express where by reaching to rural India.  Reaching more customer, product in each category, last mile reach has helped the business. 