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P & G is one of the major players in the industry of consumer goods,its one of the most valued company globally,i have disclosed many details like history,key …

P & G is one of the major players in the industry of consumer goods,its one of the most valued company globally,i have disclosed many details like history,key people,products,strategies,awards,controversies,statistics,founders,logo evolution etc,hope efforts of mine vl b useful to u

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  • 1. COMPANY FACTS PRESENTATION RAVI KEERTHI TOUCHING LIVES,IMPROVING LIFE
  • 2. REGISTERED HEAD OFFICE HEAD QUARTERS: The Procter & Gamble Company Procter & Gamble Plaza Cincinnati, OH 45202 OH Tel. 513-983-1100 Fax 513-983-93 Website: www.pg.com
  • 3. Head Quarters of P&G,Downtown,Cincinnati
  • 4. EVOLUTION OF LOGO
  • 5. • SECTOR:CONSUMER GOODS • INDUSTRY:PERSONAL PRODUCTS Procter and gamble divided its business into two units: • BEAUTY AND GROOMING • HOUSEHOLD CARE SECTOR AND INDUSTRY
  • 6. IN NUMBERS • No.of Brands:300 • Countries its brands are serving:180 . • No.of people it is serving:4.8 billion • No.of brands in Leadership in their respective product grp:50 • Percentage of sales of House hold goods in Total sales: 90% • Invested money for Advertising in FY 2013:$9.7 billion • Employees :126,000 • No.of TV Serials P & G is sponsoring :14 • No.of Company Destination WEBSITES:200(Around)
  • 7. HISTORY • Procter and Gamble was founded by William Procter (Candle maker From England) & James Gamble (Soap maker From Ireland) in 1837, its Company Headquarters is in Cincinnati. • 1851: Company's famous moon-and-stars symbol is created. • 1878: P&G introduces White Soap, soon renamed Ivory. • 1890: The Procter & Gamble Company is incorporated. • 1963: Company acquires the Folgers coffee brand. • 1992: Pantene Pro-V shampoo is introduced.
  • 8. • 1999: Premium pet food maker Iams Company is purchased. • 2001: P&G acquires the Clairol hair-care business from Bristol-Myers Squibb Company. • 2003: Company acquires a controlling interest in German hair- care firm Wella AG • 2005: P&G announced an acquisition of Gillette, forming the largest consumer goods company and placing Unilever into second place • 2013: Robert McDonald announced his retirement and was replaced by A.G. Lafley who returned as Chairman, President, and CEO
  • 9. FOUNDERS OF P&G
  • 10. VISION AND MISSION • Vision: To be recognized as, the best consumer products and Services Company in the world. • Mission: We will provide branded products and services of superior quality and value that improve the lives of the world's consumers. As a result, consumers will reward us with leadership sales, profit, and value creation, allowing our people, our shareholders, and the communities in which we live and work to prosper.
  • 11. KEY PEOPLE • A.G Lafley (Current CEO,Chairman,President) • Robert A. McDonald (CEO till MAY 2013) Board Of Directors(Total 11): o Norman Augustine o Lynn m martin o John f martin jr o Ernesto zedillo o Scott Cook
  • 12. GLOBAL PRESENCE P&G has operations in about 80 countries. P&G's well-known, trusted brands touch the lives of consumers in more than 180 countries. Asia----China, Japan, Korea, Hong Kong, India, Indonesia, Philippines, Singapore, Taiwan, Sri Lanka, Malaysia, Bangladesh North America Western Europe Latin America Australia
  • 13. OPERATIONS & PRODUCTS • Beauty segment • Grooming segment • Health Care segment • Snacks & Pet Care segment • Fabric Care & Home Care segment • Baby Care & Family Home Care segment
  • 14. THE 10 PILLARS OF P&G(GLOBALLY) • Ariel • Downy • Head & Shoulders • Joy • Olay • Pampers • Pantene • Safeguard • Tide • Whisper
  • 15. Laundry, personal care, and hair care • Ariel • Ascend • Bonus • Nice 'n Easy • Olay • Old Spice • Pampers • Pantene • Mr. Clean • Rejoice • Safeguard • Secret • Tide • Vidal Sassoon • Wash & Go • Wella • Whisper • Bonux • Camay • Clairol • Crest • DariCreme • Gain • Ivory • Lava • Max Factor
  • 16. Coconut-based cleaning & food products • Agro • Camay • Fresco • Perla • Purico • Star • Sunshine • Victor Dishwashing and fabric • Dawn • Downy • Joy Health care • Fibresure • Metamucil • Pepto-Bismol • Thermacare • Vicks
  • 17. COMPETITORS
  • 18. SWOT ANALYSIS Strengths • Powerful collection of well-known brands. • Massive world-wide distribution network. • Impressive and historically successful R&D efforts. Weaknesses • Focus on high-end of the market. • Growth hard to achieve for such a large and diversified portfolio, particularly in mature product categories.
  • 19. OPPORTUNITIES AND THREATS Opportunities • Growth of the middle class in developing markets. Threats • Fierce competitive landscape, with well-heeled participants like DABUR AND HUL. • Often unstable economies and political structures in emerging markets. • Consumer price sensitivity, particularly in emerging markets. • Raw material cost increases.
  • 20. STATISTICS OF P & G
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  • 22. CONNECT + DEVELOP • Through Connect + Develop, P & G shares its R&D, consumer understanding, marketing expertise, and brand equity with their partners, bringing great innovations to market and into the lives of consumers faster. • P&G's open innovation strategy has enabled us to establish more than 2,000 successful agreements with innovation partners around the world.
  • 23. AWARDS Fortune: • Ranked #2 among “Top Companies for Leaders” • Consistent #1 ranking within industry on “Most Admired” list for 25 of 26 total years and for 13 years in a row Barron's: • Ranked #3 on the “World’s Most Respected Companies List” Bloomberg Businessweek: • Ranked #12 among the “World’s Most Innovative Companies” Dow Jones Sustainability Indexes: • Named to list of the Global 100 Most Sustainable Corporations in the World, with top rankings from 2000–10
  • 24. CONTROVERSIES • Price fixing • Toxic shock syndrome and tampons • Animal testing • Logo controversy