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  • Procter and Gamble

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    PROCTER AND GAMBLE. INC SCOPE ( MOUTH-WASH BRAND IN CANADA) Procter & Gamble is one of the most successful consumer goods companies in the world. There are many brand names found under the name of P&G INC . Scope, a mouth-wash brand, is a part of P&G. Scope was introduced as part of oral hygiene industry in the year 1967, in Canada. Scope had the highest market growth in Canada. 1. What significant

  • Procter And Gamble Essay

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    Introduction The current assignment, is trying to examine the acquisition of Gillete by Procter and Gamble. Both companies were competing in the FMCG sector, but they were not direct competitors. The deal was made in January of 2005 and it was finalized in July of 2006. Procter & Gamble bought Gillete in 57 billion $ deal, making in that way the biggest acquisition of its history. Expanding in that way its brand portfolio, by adding other famous firms, resulting into a total amount of 22 billion

  • The Significance Of Procter And Gamble

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    Procter & Gamble (P&G) serves individuals around the world with one of the most influential portfolios of trusted, quality, leadership brands. To appreciate the importance of the P&G corporate philanthropy movement, one needs to acknowledge its scope. Procter and Gamble's corporate philanthropy is not just limited to monetary donations made by corporations. The P&G supports projects to benefit the global communities in which the company operates with operations in 90 countries, serves nearly 5 billion

  • The Ceo Of Procter And Gamble

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    1) Identify the CEO and characterize his leadership style. The CEO of Procter and Gamble is Alan G. Lafley. Mr. Lafley had recently retired from the company in 2009 after being CEO for 10 years. After only three years, P&G’s new CEO Robert McDonald resigned because of declining sales and the complaints of investors. Thus, bringing back Alan Lafley to try and bring the company back to stability. His type of leadership style is one with high expectations of everyone within the company. He is a leader

  • Csr of Procter and Gamble

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    CSR of Procter and Gamble Procter and Gamble thinks: That Sustainable development is a very simple idea. It is about ensuring a better quality of life for everyone, now and for generations to come. In that sense they work hard to make this values, policies, principle and statement of purpose part of live of its employees…. Using this graph as a conciliator and a stheirce of unity among its values, laws, codes of conduct and international (by line of business) and ultimately concerned with what

  • Essay On Procter And Gamble

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    History of Procter & Gamble In the year 1837, William Procter and James Gamble create a new company: Procter & Gamble. In this year Procter & Gamble starts to sell only soap and candles. This is first objects which P&C sells. After 22 years, P&C employs 80 employees and made a turnover of $ 1 million. In the year 1890 P&C is selling more than 30 different types of soap and William A. Procter assumes the leadership of the enterprise. 1907, the son of William A. Procter, William Cooper Procter became

  • The Case Of Procter & Gamble

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    THE ISSUES OF THE CASE In 1990, Procter & Gamble ( P & G) faced some difficulties in selling their products globally. This is due the inability to produce new products and response to the consumer’s changing needs. The company’s products in market sold less than expected sales and getting reduced for several years. Most of the products are unnoticed by customers. The company practice dictated a multibrand strategy. P & G offer a new brand for every product in each category. This method looks like

  • William Procter And Gamble

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    materials, its processing and the sale of the finished product itself. P&G was a company formed out of competition. Established in 1837 in Cincinnati, Ohio William Procter and James Gamble, had the doting father-in-law who convinced both of them to establish a partnership. Alexander Norris noticed that Procter, an established candle maker, and Gamble, a soap-maker’s apprentice, both made a product that consisted of the same raw material, which was wax. Little did they know that this innovative partnership

  • Procter and Gamble Research

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    IB Dream Company PROJECT – P&G March 1, 2012 Group 21 1 IB Dream Company PROJECT – P&G March 1, 2012 Group 21 2 A Humble Beginning . . . roctor & Gamble was born in 1837 by the collaboration or William Proctor, a candle maker and James Gamble, a soap maker. They started this partnership at the suggestion of their common father-in-law Alexander Norris. After 175 years, P&G is one of the consumer goods company in the world. It features in the Fortune 500 list and recorded sales of $82.6 billion

  • The Value Of Procter And Gamble

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    Procter & Gamble (P&G) serves individuals around the world with the most influential collections of entrusted, superiority, leadership brands. To recognize the value of P&G corporate philanthropy movement, you need to recognize its opportunities. Procter and Gamble's philanthropy is not limited to financial donations made by corporation and employees. The P&G supports projects to benefit the global communities in which the company operates with operations in over 90 countries, serves nearly 5 billion