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About the most famous company over the world . I represented in Warsaw School of Economics

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Who is P&G?

A leading consumer goods company with 39 billion dollars of sales, of more than 170 years

marketing approximately 300 brands

in over 140 countries.

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P&G-the world’s most innovative company

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A leader of top companies

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P&G – Logos

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P&G BrandsFabric & Home care

Ariel

Tide

Fairy

Dash

Bonux

Lenor

MR Clean

Food & Beverages

Nutristar

Sunny Delight

Pringles

Crisco

Jif

Olean

Folgers

Health care

Actonel

Didronel

Metamucil

Peptobismol

Vicks

Crest

Blend-a-mend

PUR

Baby care

Pampers

Dodot

Luvs

Feminine care

Always

Alldays

Tampax

Whisper

Beauty care

Olay

Safeguard

Pantene

Pert Plus

Max Factor

Cover Girl

Camay

Zest

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Global business Units • Beauty care Beauty segment

Grooming segment

• Household careBaby Care and Family Care segment

Fabric Care and House Care segment

• Health and Well-BeingHealth Care segment

Snacks,Coffee and Pet segment

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The Headquater in Cincinnati, Ohio, U.S.

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Manufacturing operations

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Mission

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“Сonsumer is Boss”

Health & NutritionHygieneEducation

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Consumer needs

P&GOsteoporosis

Women’s Health Education

Water Purification

Hand washing campaigns

Waterless Cleaning

“Nutri-Delight”

ConsumerConcerns

Aging Women’s Health Food and Water

Born Disease Water scarcity Child Nutrition &

Development

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P&G cooperation

Local governments in education programs (ministry of health, of education, of welfare)

Local and International NGO’s

UN organizations: UNICEF

Professional associations :

pediatric, dermatologist, midwives,nurses associations

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P&G initiativesDevelopment of a breakthrough nutrient drink that has been clinically proven, in a Tanzanian study, to improve the growth and development of children; New cleaning methods that use less water, cold water, non-potable water, and even salt water; Disinfectant soaps, cleaners and detergents to improve sanitation; An osteoporosis drug to improve bone health and the lives of the elderly; Crest dental hygiene training; The Pampers Parenting Institute;

Education on women's health issues;

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Programs we have in place

South Africa: Hands-On pregnancy programEgypt: building washing clubs in Beheira to reduce the rate of infection from bilhazia and fasciola diseases, building 50 new schools in 10 years, five of which are already finishedSyria: health program to improve mother and child health in health centers with the DoHPhilippines, Pakistan & Mexico: hand wash campaign to prevent infectious disease contaminationMiddle East: girls education about puberty and self esteem, a taboo subjectGuatemala: water purification campaign

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