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  • later Unilever). The next milestone in Procter & Gamble's development was the creation of its first perfumed beauty soap, designed to compete with established brands Lux (from Lever Brothers) and Cashmere
  • while a string of purchases by Unilever had pushed P&G back into 3rd place again by 2013. Fixing those problems became the single most most important goal for reinstated group CEO AG Lafley. However,
  • and partnerships with Unilever's Lipton and Starbucks have helped to counter its rival's strength in restaurant "fountain sales". However, PepsiCo has struggled in recent years to maintain growth, especially
  • Unilever, on the basis that any enemy of Procter & Gamble was a friend of Kimberly-Clark. Unilever's Indian subsidiary, that country's biggest manufacturer, became the distribution partner for the launch
  • in the US, overtaking stablemate Pert Plus and Unilever's Suave to become the #1 shampoo. By year-end global sales had grown to $550m in almost 40 countries. It became the world's best-selling haircare
  • IBM, Unilever and Nestle. A separate global network offering sales promotion and activation was known until 2013 as Ogilvy Action. That year the business was merged with sister network G2 to create what
  • aggressive competitor since the mid-1990s has been Unilever's Dove. Until 1995, Dove was the US's leading soap brand, and Olay the best-selling moisturizer; but since then both products have launched
  • Nestlé lost its lead in 2015 to arch-rival Unilever. Nestle's main subsidiary is Dreyer's (pronounced "dryers"), with six factories spread across the country. Nestlé acquired a 67% stake in Dreyer's
  • 2 brand behind Unilever's Wall's. The two companies have been at war for years over Unilever's attempts to shut Mars out of many retail outlets by supplying retailers with Wall's-branded freezer cabinets
  • where L'Oreal is one of three leaders alongside Unilever and P&G. According to IRI figures (ye Aug 2014 in GHQ) it was the out-and-out leader in women's hair coloring with 51.6% share of the market (from

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