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Final presentation of PepsiCo
Transcript of Final presentation of PepsiCo
Mission and Vision
Top management employees
Personnel and Labor
Employee data and demographics
Unions Executive Summary Overview of the Company -Elizabeth Keller
-Shin Jung Kim Globalization through PEPSICO PEPSICO is the world’s second largest food and beverage business, also global snack leader. -According to pepsico.com, PepsiCo Europe is one of the region’s leading food and beverage companies.
-Encompassing over 294,000 employees, almost 900 million consumers, 11 time zones and 45 countries, the business spans from Russia west to Portugal, and Turkey north to Norway. Marketing Initiatives of PepsiCo One technique PEPSICO uses to promote products is advertising campaigns to support the PEPSICO vision. PEPSICO's responsibility is to continually improve all aspects of the Pepsi marketing world. PepsiCo tends to use famous or attractive celebrities when marketing. History of PepsiCo -Donald M. Kendall
- late 1890s by Caleb Bradham, a pharmacist. -Founded by Elmer Doolin in 1932,
-H. W. Lay Company, founded by Herman W.Lay, also in 1932. PEPSICO's Vision and Misson Performance with a purpose PepsiCo is committed to :
-Achieving business and financial success
-Leaving positive imprint on society. PepsiCo drives shareholder value by:
-Addressing social and environmental issues.
-Delivering a purpose agenda, which consists of human, environmental, and talent sustainability. Products -World's premier consumer products company
-Focuses on convenient foods and beverages. -Production of financial rewards to investors
-Providing opportunities for growth and enrichment to our employees -Honesty
-Integrity PEPSICO is:
- Successful company that has many values - Social and environmental responsible PEPSICOS consumers:
- Are refreshed, rejuvenated, restored PEPSICO provides consumers:
-Affordable, aspirational, authentic food and beverages Management PEPSICO has a decentralized organization
-A flat structure, with operational decisions made within the separate business units while being governed by policies at the corporate level. CEO Indra Nooyi was born in Madras, India in 1955. She joined PepsiCo in 1994 and was named president and CFO in 2001, when she was also named to PepsiCo's Board of Directors.
Mrs. Nooyi was named CEO in 2006 and assumed the role of Chairman on May 2, 2007. Top Management Empoyees Zein Abdalla is president of PepsiCo. Aad Abdul-Latif is Chief Executive Officer of PepsiCo Asia, Middle East and Africa. Enderson Guimaraes is chief executive officer of PepsiCo Europe. Albert P. Carey is chief executive officer of PepsiCo Americas Beverages.
Health and insurance benefits
-Disability insurance Personnel and Labor Work/life benefits
-Employee Assistance Program (EAP)
-Auto and Home Insurance Program
-Ford & GM Car Discount Programs Sustainability Vision: -Regulatory Compliance
-Annual Review Conclusion: Layoff PEPSICO Inc. plans to:
-$600 million more on advertising and marketing this year(2012)
-Pepsico will lay off about 3% of its global work force to pay for its overhaul to try to catch up to its global rival Coca-Cola Co. PepsiCo's job cuts will affect some 8,700 employees in 30 countries, and are part of a broader productivity program to slice $1.5 billion in annual costs from the global drinks-and-snacks giant by 2014. Union Pepsi Products Frito Lay Tropicana Quaker Gatorade Objectives:
-Advance workers rights in PEPSICO.
-Combine union strength and build global union organization.
-Support organizing efforts in case of trade union rights violations.
-Develop joint positions on key issues in PEPSICO.
-Build and improve our global bargaining position. Global Initiatives
Market share and sales
Competitors for major products
Promotion and sales campaigns
Conclusions and recommendations Our four business units comprise six reportable segments (referred to as divisions), as follows:
1. Frito-Lay North America (FLNA)
2. Quaker Foods North America (QFNA)
3. Latin America Foods (LAF)
4. PepsiCo Americas Beverages (PAB)
6. Asia, Middle East & Africa (AMEA) Business segment Our Mission
we seek to produce financial rewards to investors as we provide opportunities for growth and enrichment to our employees, our business partners and the communities in which we operate. And in everything we do, we strive for honesty, fairness and integrity. Our Vision
"PepsiCo's responsibility is to continually improve all aspects of the world in which we operate - environment, social, economic - creating a better tomorrow than today." Main products summary:
-200 countries around the globe
- 22 brands that each generate
-There are five major brands Division within company
PepsiCo consists of three units:
PepsiCo Americas Foods - encompasses Frito-Lay North America, Quaker and all Latin American food and snack businesses
PepsiCo Americas Beverages - oversees Pepsi-Cola North America, Gatorade, Tropicana, and all Latin American beverage businesses.
PepsiCo International - responsible for PepsiCo business in Europe, Asia, and Africa. Employee Data & Demographics Board of Directors and Committees PepsiCo's business strategy and affairs are overseen by our Board of Directors, which is comprised of one executive director and twelve independent outside directors. Only independent outside directors make up our three standing Board Committees:
1) Nominating and Corporate Governance
• 3,100 cleaned, restored or constructed playgrounds and community recreation
• 6,500 remediated illegal dumpsites
• More than 266 collected million plastic (PET) bottles for recycling.
• 1.1 million collected tires for recycling, a 26 percent increase over 2009.
• Installing irrigational systems to enable developing countries to have safe water
• Providing programs to improve sanitation to Ghana, Brazil, Kenya and so on
http://www.pepsico.com/Purpose/Environmental-Sustainability/Partnerships-and-Community.html Environmental Initiatives Competitors for major products
PepsiCo’s leading soft drink, Pepsi-Cola, and its chief rival, Coke, have dominated the soft-drink market for decades, although Pepsi has traditionally remained behind Coke.
-In 1950 Coke outsold Pepsi by 500 percent worldwide. But Pepsi’s aggressive advertising campaigns aimed at young consumers and major bottling and marketing deals made Pepsi a close rival to Coke by the 1980s. Financial Data Based on risk and profit analysis in overall Coca Cola did better than PepsiCo in 2011. Current ratio was higher by $0.08 or 10% and debt to owners is equity is higher than Coca Cola by 100%. Investing in Coca Cola is less riskier than PepsiCo. Return on sales of Coca Cola is almost twice higher than PepsiCo. meaning that for every dollar of sales, 18 cents goes toward net income, for PepsiCo its 9.7 cents. But PepsiCo’s net income is 31.2 cents for every dollar invested in equity, which higher than its competitor by 4.2 cents. However, PepsiCo’s profit and net revenue has been growing steadily . The horizontal analysis of PepsiCo’s income statement demonstrates steady growth in company operations. Operating profit increased 15.6%, net income increased 1.9%, interest expense decreased by 47 million or 5.2%, but interest and other income decreased 16.1%.
Also over past 3 years their free cash flow has been positive. Free cash flow is important because it allows a company to pursue opportunities that enhance shareholder value. Without cash, it's tough to develop new products, make acquisitions, pay dividends and reduce debt. Cash Dividends Declared www.pepsico.com/annual_report_2011 Stock Performance
PepsiCo was formed through the 1965 merger of Pepsi-Cola Company and Frito-Lay, Inc. A $1,000 investment in our stock made on December 29, 2006 was worth about $1,218 on December 30, 2011, assuming the reinvestment of dividends into PepsiCo stock. This performance represents a com- pounded annual growth rate of 4.0 percent.
1.Respect for the dignity of associates
2.Ensure associates’ rights to personal security, a safe, clean and healthful workplace
3.Fairness and honesty with associates
4.No use of compulsory or child labor
5.Comply with applicable laws, regulations Human rights policy Organizational Structure (www.goingyesheji.net) -PepsiCo has also enjoyed great success with its canned and bottled Lipton brand iced teas, earning higher sales than the Coca-Cola Company’s Nestea products. Also, in the United States, Pepsi had virtually an even market share with Coke in the mid-1980s, when the Coca-Cola Company changed the formula for Coke. (It later reintroduced the original formula under a new name, Coke Classic.)
-However, as Coke regained popularity worldwide in the late 1980s and into the 1990s, it again became the global soft-drink leader. In 1996 Pepsi-Cola International, PepsiCo’s international beverage production and marketing division, suffered difficulties in Latin America, one of its most important markets. 2.) Fact of PepsiCo- 1) Fact of PepsiCo 3) Fact of Pepsico PepsiCo received numerous employer recognitions in 2010, including from the Great Places to Work Institute across the countries in which we operate. 4.) Final Fact of Pepsico Number of Employees Number of Employees
★★★★☆ Compensation $ Benefits Career Opportunities ★★★☆☆ Senior Leadership Work/Life Balance ★★★★★ Pros: Smart people, Real business Challenges, Good pay, Positive reputation.
Cons: Long business hours, Too much internal competition and politics. Net revenue up 14% to $66 billion
Core division operating profit rose 7%
Core earnings per share grew 7%
On a core basis achieved a net return on invested capital of 17% and return on equity of 31 percent
Management operating cash flow, excluding certain items, reached $6.1 billion
$5.6 billion was returned to our shareholders through share repurchases and dividents
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