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Procter & Gamble's "first" direct-to-consumer service lets consumers text to order their blades.
Mars, Inc. took a unique tack in direct-to-consumer efforts this month by launching The Cocoa Exchange, an in-home party platform for chocolate lovers.
A new design from Ball Corp. reduces the carbon footprint by 18% while also making the can 20% lighter.
Using the upgraded solution, P&G hopes to accelerate and improve its packaging and product design, along with its requirements and program management.
Procter & Gamble confirmed media reports that Javier Polit has been appointed its new CIO to replace the retiring Linda Clement-Holmes.
The beauty brand expects AI-enabled conversational marketing and commerce to bring new opportunities to engage in continuous, personalized dialogues with consumers.
Colin Hutchison, vice president of commercial international, has been appointed to the newly created role of chief operating officer.
Larry Allgaier will lead Kimberly-Clark's $8 billion North American consumer business, which encompasses brands such as Huggies, Cottonelle, and Depend.