Plastics have changed the world. However, the rapid growth of middle-class and industrial economies has drastically increased the world's plastic consumption in recent decades – and infrastructure development has not kept pace. The result is a dramatic increase in plastic waste.
Procter & Gamble’s chief brand officer says nothing is more important than workplace diversity and inclusion.
CMOs in Conversation is a series created from interviews with today’s marketing leaders to get their perspective on the topics that matter most to the industry—from the importance diversity and inclusion, to the limits of technology, to the process of developing an authentic brand voice.
A leading US Treasurer, Kurt Summers, City of Chicago will share the stage with the Mayors of Hoboken and New Bedford to discuss the role of cities in the fight against climate change. Treasurer Summers runs 100% of Chicago’s corporate investments through an ESG filter and will be providing valuable insight on how to deliver the city of the future.
The CPG giant featured new connected items from SK-II, Olay, Gillette, Oral-B and more.
"We’re living in a time of mass disruption, where the exponential power of technology combined with shifting societal and environmental forces are transforming consumer experiences every day," said Chief Brand Officer Marc Pritchard in a statement. "P&G is integrating cutting-edge technologies into everyday products and services to improve people’s lives. We’re combining what’s needed with what’s possible. By answering the question, ‘what if,’ we’re delivering irresistibly superior consumer experiences."
A new ranking places Procter & Gamble Co. among the most effectively managed companies in the nation.
The Cincinnati-based consumer goods manufacturer (NYSE: PG) tied with Microsoft Corp. at No. 6 among Fortune 500, S&P 500 and other large-cap companies on a new list created by the Drucker Institute designed to evaluate overall corporate effectiveness.