P&G Recalibrates ‘Irresistible Superiority’ As Economy, Competition Tighten
Procter & Gamble R&D aims to answer demand for "instant gratification" while the firm works to educate consumers on proper use of products for better experiences and improved brand loyalty, among other tactics discussed in its 17 November Investor Day presentation.
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