P&G Announces 'Irresistible Superiority' Strategy To Win In Global Slump
This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet
Firm's sales were down in all segments but health care in the third quarter, reflecting challenges it sees worldwide across consumer industries. In this environment, and facing the threat of commoditization in the categories where it competes, P&G is focused on delivering "irresistible superiority," a strategy that drew questions from analysts as to how exactly it will translate to wins in practice.
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