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General Electric (GE)

  1. 1. There are 24 hours in a day, and you can use all of them<br />General Electric<br />Imagination at work<br />
  2. 2. Overview<br />
  3. 3. 1876 - Thomas Alva Edison opened a laboratory in Menlo Park, New Jersey.<br />The greatest invention of the age - an incandescent electric lamp.<br />1890 - Edison established the Edison General Electric Company<br />GE-Thomas-Houston Company merger<br />In 1892, the two companies combined. They called the new organization the General Electric Company.<br />GE Research lab started in a barn in 1900<br />
  4. 4. Geography <br />Northern Asia<br />With its accelerated growth rate and migration of population to urban areas, China is a market of tremendous opportunity for GE - particularly for our infrastructure businesses. GE's "Company to Country" strategy for China means localizing our business to China, building on local capabilities and developing local resources.<br />Southeast Asia<br />GE has long been a vital part of the Southeast Asian economies. Today GE is supplying cutting-edge technology to hospitals in Malaysia; helping to build the infrastructure of Indonesia; providing clean energy and water solutions to the Philippines; building aircraft engines in Vietnam; and much more.<br />
  5. 5. Europe<br />Eastern Europe is growing at three times the global rate. GE has been a part of that growth, providing new technologies to build the region's infrastructure, and investing $52 million to build a Global Research Center in Munich, Germany.<br />Middle East / Africa<br />The Middle East is diversifying beyond its oil-based economy with explosive development.<br />North America<br />GE's North American presence will exercise its leadership and innovation on an ever-broader scale as we seek to create jobs and opportunity everywhere we serve.<br />Latin America<br />Building Latin America's transportation, healthcare and infrastructure needs. <br />
  6. 6. FinanceBusiness& Consumer<br />Products<br />ConsumerElectronics<br />Energy<br />Appliances<br />ElectricalDistribution<br />Aviation<br />
  7. 7. Products<br />Healthcare<br />Lighting<br />Media & Entertainment<br />Oil & Gas<br />Rail<br />Software & Services<br />Water<br />
  8. 8. Innovations:<br />Virgin Atlantic and GE –biofuel in aviation<br />The worlds first hi-definition CT scanner<br />GE’s first compact ECG device – designed, developed and manufactured in India <br />The worlds first zero carbon city at Masdar, Abu Dhabi.<br />Contactless transmission of Electricity<br />
  9. 9. Profit and Loss<br />
  10. 10. Annual Trend<br />
  11. 11. Future Ahead…<br />Healthcare Products – reduce costs improve quality and increase access, <br />General Electric Co expects to record flat profit across its big industrial units next year, as a sluggish global economy crimps sales for jet engines, electric turbines and other heavy equipment.<br />At $180 billion in revenue, it's both hard to manage such a large and complex organization, and it's hard to grow that top line by a substantial percentage.<br />The company expects operating profit at NBC to decline next year due to the high cost of broadcasting the Olympics.<br />Jack Immelt: "If we do inorganic growth in the future, it's going to be in the key domains <br />

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