‡ Presenting By:
± ± ± ± SIKANDAR ALI SYED 34 UM-E- HAANI FATIMA 39 MUHAMMAD IRFAN KHAN 21 WASEEM SIDDIQUI 29

‡ Presenting For:
± Mr. Shahood Alam (Course Incharge) ± KUBS MBA (eve) 4th SEMESTER

MISSION STATEMENT

US$ 83.P & G¶s PROFILE ‡ Started in 1837 by William Procter and James Gamble ‡ First products were soaps and candles ‡ Procter and Gamble has nearly 300 brands in more than160 countries ‡ Main Headquarter in Cincinnati.503 billion (2008) . Ohio Employ 138. they accumulated five billion consumers worldwide.000 people ‡ Since their expansion. ‡ Revenue .

President. G.‡ Net income .A.075 billion (2008) ‡ Key people . and Chief Executive.US$12. Chairman. . Lafley.

P&G GLOBAL RANKING ‡ 25th largest American company measured by revenues ‡ 8th largest corporation in the world by market capitalization ‡ 14th when measured by profits ‡ 6th on fortune¶s most admired companies ‡ 2nd ranking on Fortune¶s ³Top Companies for Leaders´ ‡ 3rd ranking on Barron¶s ³World¶s Most Respected Companies List.´ .

‡ 12th ranking on Business Week¶s list of ³World¶s Most Innovative Companies ‡ 2nd in the chief executive magazine¶s ³best companies for leaders´.62 billion . ‡ Advertiser of the Year by Cannes International Advertising Festival spending $2.

‡ 1879 ± The inexpensive. 1837 ± William Procter and James Gamble start making and selling their soap and candles.596. but high-quality Ivory soap is introduced . they formalize their business relationship by pledging $3.47 apiece.HISTORY ‡ On April 12. ‡ 1859 ± P&G sales reach $1 million. The formal partnership agreement is signed on October 31. On August 22. 1837.

is introduced ‡ 1961 ± Pampers is introduced and eventually replaces cloth diapers ‡ 1980 ± Sales reach $10 billion . the first toothpaste with fluoride clinically proven to fight cavities.‡ 1924 ± P&G is one of the first to create a market research department to study consumer preferences and buying habits ‡ 1955 ± Crest.

‡ 2003 ± P&G operates in 80 countries worldwide. Actonel is P&G's newest billiondollar brand. Iams. Pantene. and Pampers $43.3 billion in net sales in 2003. Bounty. Ariel. and the first pharmaceutical brand to reach this important milestone. ‡ 2004 ± P&G's Safe Drinking Water Program wins the World Business Award from the United Nations Development Program & International Chamber of Commerce in support of the UN's Millennium Development goals. Have 13 billion dollar brands in its portfolio: Charmin. Folgers.000. Downy. Olay. . Tide. Crest. employing 98. Pringles.

the Oral-B dental care line and Duracell batteries. placing Unilever into second place. .‡ 2005 ± P&G and Gillette ($53.4 billion including common stock) merge into one company and add five more Billion Dollar Brands to our product portfolio including Gillette and Braun's shaving and grooming products.

Our History in Pakistan ‡ Procter & Gamble Pakistan. commenced operations in Pakistan in 1991.000 jobs indirectly in Pakistan. P&G Pakistan. within the last 12 years. customs and excise duties. ‡ The company presently employs more than 300 people. . 99 percent of which are Pakistanis and creates more than 4. headquartered in Karachi. has reinvested over $100 million in Pakistan and has contributed close to seven billion rupees to the Pakistani government's revenues over the last 5 years in the form of sales tax. ‡ All this makes P&G a more locally focused company.

Q: How many times has Procter & Gamble touched YOU? Procter & Gamble touches people¶s lives over two billion times every day! .

Oral Care. Dish Soap.Family of Products ‡ Personal & Beauty ± Cosmetics. Health Care ‡ Baby & Family ‡ Pet Care & Nutrition . Hair Care ‡ House & Home ± Laundry care. Snacks & Coffee ‡ Health & Wellness ± Prescription drugs.

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‡ Purpose ± We will provide branded products and services of superior quality and value that improve the lives of the world's consumers. . our shareholders and the communities in which we live and work to prosper. ± As a result. allowing our people. profit and value creation. consumers will reward us with leadership sales.

‡ Core Values ± P&G is its people and the values by which we live: ‡ ‡ ‡ ‡ ‡ Leadership Ownership Integrity Passion for Winning Trust .

‡ Mutual interdependency is a way of life. ‡ The interests of the company and the individual are inseparable. ‡ We are externally focused. ‡ We seek to be the best. ‡ We value personal mastery. .‡ Principles ± These are the principles and supporting behaviors that flow from our Purpose and Values: ‡ We show respect for all individuals. ‡ Innovation is the cornerstone of our success. ‡ We are strategically focused in our work.

GLOBAL GROWTH STRATEGY .

Our five Sustainability strategies .

S.1 Since July 2007 11% 10% 30% 13% Since July 2002 48% 52% 53% 52% Since July 2007 135 million 930 million 39 million > 5.200 . LEARN AND THRIVE Number of Children Reached CHILDREN¶S SAFE DRINKING WATER Liters of Clean Water Delivered Days of Disease Prevented Lives Saved Cumulative Sales $13.PROGRESS (in billions of U. dollars) Cumulative sales of sustainable innovation products PROGRESS (percent reduction per unit production) Energy Usage CO2 Emissions Waste Disposal Water Usage PROGRESS LIVE.

SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY ‡ Pampers and UNICEF: ± Working Together for Healthy Babies ‡ Every year. . So for the fourth year running. some 4. Pampers is teaming up with UNICEF to deliver the vaccines that vulnerable women and their children need.000 people die from maternal and neonatal tetanus ² a completely preventable disease.000 children die as a result of not having clean drinking water. But a special collection of P&G Beauty Care products ² each with its own hydration benefit ² is helping fight this problem. ‡ P&G Beauty¶s Aqua Collection: ± Supporting Children¶s Safe Drinking Water ± Each day. 128.

‡ Safeguard: ± Building a Great Wall of Hygiene ‡ Establishing good hygiene habits early is essential to protecting children from disease. 2008 ² Global Hand Washing Day. . So Safeguard. launched the Safeguard Health Great Wall campaign on October 15. in partnership with the Red Cross and China¶s Ministry of Health.

Corporate Info Structure ‡ Four Pillars .

Global Business Units (GBU) ‡ Philosophy: ± Think Globally ‡ General Role: ± Create strong brand equities ± Robust strategies ongoing innovation in products ± Marketing to build major global brands ‡ Our GBU: ± ± ± ± ± Baby & Family Care Beauty & Feminine Care Fabric & Home Care Snacks & Beverages Health Care .

Market Development Organizations (MDO) ‡ Philosophy: ± Act Locally ‡ General Role: ± Interface with customers to ensure that marketing plans fully capitalize on local understanding ± To seek synergy across programs to leverage corporate scale ± To develop strong programs that change the game in our favor at point-of-purchase .

‡ Our MDO Regions: ± ± ± ± ± ± ± North America Asia/India/Australia Northeast Asia Greater China Central-Eastern Europe/Middle East/Africa Western Europe Latin America .

Global Business Services (GBS) ‡ Philosophy: ± Enabling P&G to win with Customers and Consumers ‡ General Role: ± Provide services and solutions that enable the company to operate efficiently around the world ± Collaborate effectively with business partners ± Help employees become more productive ‡ Our GBS Centers: ± GBS Americas located in Costa Rica ± GBS Asia located in Manila ± GBS Europe. England . Middle East and Africa/Newcastle.

Corporate Functions (CF) ‡ Philosophy: ± Be the Smartest and the Best ‡ General Role: ± Ensure that the functional capability integrated into the rest of the company remains on the cutting edge of the industry ± We want to be the thought leader within each CF .

‡ Our Corporate Functions: ± ± ± ± ± ± ± ± ± ± ± Customer Business Development External Relations Finance & Accounting Human Resources Information Technology Legal Marketing Consumer & Market Knowledge Product Supply Research & Development Workplace Services .

Target Markets ‡ Homeowners ‡ Stay-at-home parents ‡ Women ‡ B2B .

‡ Unilever Co. . ‡ Kimberly-Clark Co.Main Competitors ‡ Johnson & Johnson Co.

SWOT Analysis-Strengths ‡ Leading Market Position ‡ Diversified and innovative product Portfolio ‡ Strong Finances in past years .

SWOT analysis-Weaknesses ‡ Quality control Problem ‡ Decreased Revenues in their Northeast Asian Market .

SWOT analysis-Opportunities ‡ Developing Markets ‡ Demographic trends across the world .

SWOT analysis-Threats ‡ Competitors ‡ Rising cost of energy prices ‡ Economic slowdown in the US and Eurozone ‡ New Regulations .

WHAT THEY SELL ‡ Baby. Feminine and Family Care ‡ Fabric and Home Care ‡ Health Care ‡ Beauty Care ‡ Food and Beverage .

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GLOBAL PRESENCE .

TOP BRANDS IN PAKISTAN .

NET SALES BY BUSINESS SECTOR 47% Ba inin an a i Ca a i an H Ca H a 20% Ca 6% 13% 14% Ba Ca An Bv a .

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Growth Rate EPS (MRQ) vs Qrt.31 -4.14 6. Ago Sales (TTM) vs TTM 1 Yr.76 -4.78 Sector 6.54 7.35 S&P 500 11.80 -3. Growth Rate Company 7.61 10. Ago EPS (TTM) vs TTM 1 Yr.65 16.64 7.95 25.80 3. Ago EPS 5 Yr.37 6.39 23.25 28.60 10.09 6.GROWTH RATE RATIO Growth rates (%) Sales (MRQ) vs Qtr. 1 Yr.10 44.51 7.22 7.08 16. Growth Rate Capital Spending5 Yr.50 2.84 Proctor and Gamble¶s five-year growth rate is below the average compared to the industry average but it still holds strong due to the company¶s size. .49 3.17 25.61 65. 1 Yr.00 9.64 Industry 8. Ago Sales-5 Yr.

09 P&G is currently well leveraged compared to the rest of the industry. .53 Industry 0.26 1.66 1.53 times EBIT.57 16.06 12.91 13.49 Sector 0. Its total debt to equity is much lower than its sector and the rest of the industry.73 0.29 1.FINANCIAL CONDITION RATIOS Financial Strength Quick Ratio Current Ratio LT Debt to Equity Total Debt to Equity Interest Coverage Company 0. Interest coverage is 13.95 S & P 500 1.71 1.22 1.68 1.29 15.93 2.20 1.72 1.78 0.17 0.

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