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Proctor and Gamble
Transcript of Proctor and Gamble
Production starts at Ivorydale, a factory that used the latest technical advances, and had a pleasant work environment for employees
first detergent-based shampoo.
William Proctor(left) James Gamble (right)
Gillette Company is formed. The first disposable razor.
Tide, a washing detergent is introduced. Its superior cleaning performance, for an affordable price, makes it the country's leading product
P&G introduces Pampers, the first affordable, successful, disposable diaper.
Crest, the first toothpaste clinically proven to fight cavities.
In 1879, Ivory soap is launched. P&G's first branded product
William Procter a candle maker, and James Gamble a soap maker started a partnership, and established the Proctor and Gamble Company in 1837
P&G introduces Crisco, the
first vegetable shortening. It was a healthy alternative than butter.
Dreft, the first synthetic
detergent for household use, is introduced.
Noxell and its Cover Girl and
Noxzema products, were acquired by P&G
Crest WhiteStrips launches
in the U.S.
P&G and Gillette merge into one company and add five more
billion dollar brands to their product portfolio, including Gillette
and Braun, the Oral-B dental
care line and Duracell batteries.
Pringle’s, with its unique
stackable shape and resealable
can, is introduced into the
HeadQuarters: Cincinnati, Ohio
Full-Time Employees: 121,000
Manufactures and sells consumer goods.
Provides goods, such as personal care.
The company markets its products through mass merchandisers, grocery stores, membership club stores, drug stores, department stores, and salons.
Operations in: About 70 countries
Sales & Revenues
Total Sales/Revenue: June 30, 2013: $84,167,000
Gross Profit: $41,739,000
Market Cap: $212.94B
Mr. Alan George Lafley :CEO Pay: $2.04M
Mr. Jon R. Moeller: Chief Financial Officer: Pay: $1.98M
Vice Chairman of Global Operations: Pay:$2.43M
How P&G effects the economy
"PG produces need based products and not luxury items, which keep the company in good standings through most economic down falls. "
"The increase in the global population means that the client base for P&G’s products is expanding and hence future prospects are good."
"Stock Analysis Of Proctor and Gamble." 123HelpMe.com. 07 Sep 2013
The company markets over 300 branded products, and operates through three global business units: beauty, health and well-being, and household care. The company’s products are sold primarily through, massive merchandisers, grocery stores, drug stores and sales to Wal-Mart.
Sharholders and Dividends