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Click to edit Master subtitle style 5/20/10 Analysis of Proctor & Gamble By Walid Matariyeh and Lena Ashkar
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5/20/10 History of Innovation and Growth In 1837 William Proctor and James Gamble formed a family operated soap and candle business. In 1859 Proctor & Gamble were granted Civil War contracts. 1911 was when Proctor & Gamble began
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5/20/10 History of Innovation and Growth continued In the 1920s and 1930s Proctor & Gamble began sponsoring different radio programs. In 1946 Proctor & Gamble introduced Tide. In 1961 Pampers was introduced.
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5/20/10 Products Manufactured by Proctor & Gamble
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5/20/10 2008 Letter to Shareholders Information Net Sales increased by 9% to $83.5 Billion dollars from $76.6 Billion Dollars in 2007. 2008 Marked the 7th consecutive year of growth for Proctor & Gamble. Over 1/3 of total company growth was due to developing markets. On June 4,2008 Proctor & Gamble merged with JM Smuckers.
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5/20/10 Managements Analysis and Discussion Products are sold in over 180 countries. Proctor & Gamble consists of 3 Global Business Units.
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