P&G Hygiene Annual Report - Strong Topline Growth; Ad Spends To Stabilise At Lower Levels: Motilal Oswal
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Here are the key takeaways from Procter and Gamble Hygiene and Healthcare Ltd.’s FY21 Annual Report:
P&G continued to strengthen its brand fundamentals with innovation, product launches, distribution expansion, and superior communication and execution. Sales grew 19.1% YoY in FY21, led by the feminine hygiene (66% of sales; up 16.7% YoY) and healthcare (33.1% of sales; up 24.1% YoY) segments. The company does not share segmental data as a part of its quarterly results.
Since 1995, the Whisper school program has educated more than 25 million girls across India on menstrual hygiene. P&G supported 40,000 schools, educating ~6 million adolescent girls on the importance of menstrual hygiene in FY21 – despite the pandemic – via digital means. It plans to reach over eight million girls annually within the next three years.
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