Products that instantly impress and brand communication that helps shape beauty and personal care usage will be key to driving superiority growth for Procter & Gamble, says its chief financial officer (CFO).
Consumer goods giant Procter & Gamble is launching a new version of its virtual shopping experience on South East Asian e-commerce marketplace Shopee in bid to keep up with today’s rapidly evolving consumers and keep them excited about its host of...
Personal care major Procter & Gamble (P&G) has developed water-soluble pouches containing dissolvable hair care pellets for a user-friendly, sustainable alternative to existing bottled and solid formats.
Health and beauty retailer A.S. Watson says it has taken another step forward in sustainability by co-creating a skin care brand with Procter & Gamble that aligns with its Sustainable Choices product range.
Personal care giant Procter & Gamble (P&G) has reported a net sales rise for the first quarter (Q1) of fiscal 2022, though profits suffered due to a challenging cost environment – an ongoing issue it plans to overcome with price hikes.
International personal care major Procter & Gamble (P&G) has published a climate transition plan outlining its ambition to be net zero on greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions by 2040 and signed up to Amazon co-founded The Climate Pledge.
Personal care giant Procter & Gamble (P&G) has reported a net sales rise for its fourth quarter (Q4) and full fiscal year of 2021, also unveiling a CEO and COO change designed to continue future growth in years to come.
Procter & Gamble will continue to prioritise superior product design, packaging, and retail execution because it is a far-reaching opportunity that can strengthen long-term competitiveness, says its vice chairman, COO and CFO.
The move by France to provide a government platform enabling beauty manufacturers to qualify for exemptions when exporting general-use cosmetics to China should carve out a path for other countries to follow, says a Procter & Gamble executive.
Personal care giant Procter & Gamble (P&G) has reported a net sales rise for its second quarter (Q2) of fiscal 2021, continuing its upwards trajectory globally despite challenges associated with the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.
Procter & Gamble, Unilever, L’Oréal and Avon are among signatories of an open statement claiming the European Chemicals Agency (ECHA) and its Board of Appeal is undermining the EU animal testing ban on cosmetics - a claim the agency refutes.
The ongoing coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic has changed the face of beauty business as we know it, and a dig into the financials shows some majors and categories have weathered the storm better than others.
A study carried out by researchers in Germany, The Netherlands and Belgium has found that pre-treatment of the skin with ascorbic acid could reduce elicitation reaction to hair dye component p-phenylenediamine (PPD) in sensitised individuals.
Procter & Gamble, consumer goods multinational, has filed a lawsuit against competitors in China, claiming that the organisations in question are breaching the company’s intellectual property rights with their rival at-home teeth whitening products.
David Taylor, recently-appointed new CEO of consumer goods giant P&G, has used his first investor presentation to comment on the company’s strategic missteps in China, and how he intends to turn things around.
Henkel and Coty have made billion dollar bids to buy separate parts of Procter & Gamble’s beauty businesses, as the consumer goods giant looks to divest some of its cosmetics brands as it looks to better align its portfolio.
Procter & Gamble has reportedly published sale documents for its’ Wella hair care brand, and although the company has yet to comment on the speculation, Japanese giant Kao is among those tipped to be a potential buyer.
Last month, Procter & Gamble opened its new offices at the Metropolis in Singapore, marking the beginning of a new chapter in the growth of the company in the country as it renews its commitment to 800 million consumers in Asia-Pacific. Here we take...
Following a financial year where Procter & Gamble has seen its sales continue to slide, the company has announced that it will slash the size of its product portfolio by more than half in an effort to make the business more efficient.
Consumer goods multinational, Procter & Gamble, has lost out to a competitor in South Korea, as the Supreme Court rules against its claim that fellow beauty brand Missha has damaged its reputation in the region.
Manufacturers with a beauty focus, such as L’Oréal and Estée Lauder, are better placed to drive growth than those with a cross-industry presence such as Procter and Gamble and Unilever, according to Euromonitor.
Market analyst Euromonitor believes that if Procter and Gamble and Beiersdorf were to strike a deal it would benefit both parties as the former’s skin care would receive a boost, and the latter would become more competitive.
The tactic employed by ingredients suppliers in order to stay one step ahead has developed a much more consumer-led theme in recent years and this is relevant when observing the big players’ approach to Asia.
For the third year in succession the Brazilian hair care market has displayed the strongest incremental growth globally and shows no signs of letting up, as some of the industry’s key players take an active interest in the market.
Procter & Gamble head of beauty Virginia Drosos has confirmed that she is retiring from her role in the company, while the division is set to be relocated from the global headquarters in Cincinnati to Singapore.