Where is Procter & Gamble Corporate office Headquarters

Procter & Gamble Headquarters Address and Contact

  • Address: P&G Plaza, #1, Cincinnati, OH 45202, USA
  • Phone Number: +1 513-983-1100
  • Fax Number: 123
  • Email: dialog@daimler.com
  • Number of Employees: 95000
  • Established: October 31, 1837
  • Founder: William Procter & James Gamble
  • Key People: David S. Taylor

Procter & Gamble Headquarters Location & Directions

Procter & Gamble Headquarters Executive Team



David S. Taylor

Chairman, CEO & President

Jon R. Moeller

CFO & Vice Chairman

Madhusudan Gopalan

CEO of India Market

Stephen D. Bishop

Group President of Global Health Care

Giovanni Ciserani

Group President of Global Fabric & Home Care and Global Baby & Feminine Care

Gary A. Coombe

President of Global Grooming

Mary Lynn Ferguson-McHugh

Group President of Global Family Care and P&G Ventures

Thomas M. Finn

President of Global Personal Health Care

Fama V. Francisco

President of Global Feminine Care

William P. Gipson

Chief Diversity Officer and President of End-to-End Packaging Transformation

About Procter & Gamble, History and Headquarters Information


Procter Gamble Co was founded in the year 1837. The company has been operational for almost 181 years now. The founders of the company were James Gamble and William Procter. Both of the co-founders of the company immigrants and tradespeople, when they married sisters of the same family in Cincinnati, Ohio, USA. The co-founders' father-in-law, known as Alexander Norris, convinced the two in order to become business partners. And thus Procter & Gamble or P&G was established in the year 1837. During the American Civil War, the company co-founders had contracts in order to supply the Union army with soap and candles.

During the 1880s, the company began to market a new product - which was a soap that floated in the water, known as Ivory. During that time, the company had started to build factories and facilities all over the USA as the demand had outgrown the capacity of the original Cincinnati facilities as well. Then in the year 1911, the company had introduced Crisco- which was a shortening made from vegetable oils and were very much an alternative to lard. During the year 1930, the company had taken over Thomas Hedley. As of the 1940s, the company started to branch out into new areas and introduced Tide detergent and also Prell shampoo as well. Then in the year 1955, the company had introduced Crest toothpaste and also Charmin in the year 1957. In the year 1961, the company had released Pampers which went on to become the first successful disposable diaper ever manufactured. The company was the pioneer of disposable diapers with the Pampers brand during that time. The other acquisitions by the company included Folgers Coffee, Pepto Bismol, Old Spice, and Lams. As of the year 2005, the company had announced its acquisition of Gillette. This had formed the largest consumer goods company in the world, thereby placing Unilever in second place. In the year 2014, the company had announced that it was streamlining the company, dropping around 100 brands in total and concentrating on the remaining 65, which were producing almost 95 per cent of the company's profits. By the year 2015, the company had announced the sale of 43 of its beauty brands to Coty - which was a beauty-product manufacturer, in a $13 billion deal as well. Then in the year 2016, the company had completed the transfer of Duracell to Berkshire Hathaway, through an exchange of shares. Finally, in the year 2018, Reuters had reported that the company would be purchasing the consumer health division of Merck Group for 3.4 billion Euros. The headquarters of the company is based in 1 Procter & Gamble Plaza. The name of the place is Cincinnati, while the name of the state is Ohio, USA. The pin code of the area is 45202.


Procter Gamble Co is an American company that focuses on the manufacturing, marketing and selling of various kinds of consumer goods, all around the world. The current chairman, CEO and president of the company is David S Taylor. As of the year 2018, the total revenue generated by the company is more than $66.8 billion. The total number of employees working in the company, is more than 95,000, as of the year 2018.


The primary services provided by the company include allowing customers to purchase various kinds of household and consumer products, that are manufactured and sold by the company itself. The products of the company include cleaning agents, beauty care products, personal care products, personal healthcare products, diagnostics, etcetera.

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  • Nancy says:

    I am tired of your over packaging…have been tired of it for decades. Example: the omeprazole you make for Target has 3 individual bottles packed in virgin cardboard when the contents of all 3 could fit into one bottle with room to spare.
    I have already quit buying your toilet paper. Charmin with its adorable bears that use virgin wood pulp from old growth trees to make something to wipe your backside with. According to the toilet score card by an environmental group, your product receives an F environmentally.
    Get a clue! There is only one earth and your overpacking and cutting down old growth trees are not sustainable and is KILLING our planet!

  • Darrell Laurant says:

    I have an invention, that will put Pampers back on top, my name is Darrell Laurant, 585-704-1821, I need information on how to get this idea to you, it will involve another company to design the packaging, and a new line of baby tops, this is more billions for the company,🤔💯☝🏾

  • Henry Stiffler says:

    I purchased several Old Spice Bearglove deodorants. One of them will not advance the plastic screw is broken. I called your Rep. the only way to get a refund is to have a receipt for the product. Who keeps receipts for deodorant for six months incase they don’t work. I am very disappointed in your product and even more so in your service.

  • pota says:

    purchase charmin soft and it clogged our Kohler toilette. So much for no clog gurantee. The customer relations team was rude and refused to take ownership

  • Paul W. Rohrer, ESQ. says:

    Why??? why??? Did you have to single out transgender in your ads? That is probably an infinitesimal part of your products. Stay out of the culture wars. I’m discarding your products that I have used for 65 years. Just advertise your product, don’t make it political.

  • Guest says:

    I purchased original Tide and the scent has changed and it’s awful smelling. I will no longer buy this detergent, the smell is so strong and nauseating. Had to rewash all my clothing to get the smell out. What has happened?

  • Robert Nowosielski says:

    I purchased old spice deodorant stick#8312tnk2 it was 1/4 gone when I opened bought from Wallgreens

  • Sandra Comeau says:

    I am writing to voice my opinion about your commercials on television. They are the most insulting, degrading commercials I have ever seen. You show a young man out on a date with a girl & he is wearing a tee shirt that is poor fitting & wrinkled, something he would wear at home while watching football. Your other commercial shows a gentleman in a (obvious important) meeting & his shirt is a big wrinkle. No body & I mean no body would show up for an important presentation dressed like that. You have made men, both young & older look stupid & pathetic, like they don’t know how to dress, or that they even care what they look like.

    Every time I’m shopping & I see your product, I simply cannot make a purchase of it as I refuse to support a company that belittles people as much as you have in your commercials.

    Sandra Comeau

    • Dennis Hawn says:

      Sandra, I absolutely agree with you. The advertisements are “IGNORANT”. The marketing department who created these ads are out of touch with society, use a washer and dryer, but they do own a laundry basket. Besides, it would be a miracle if any product could take out so many wrinkles in a dress shirt and the t-shirt that they guy is wearing at the restaurant is best used for checking the oil in my car.

    • Robert Nowosielski says:

      You both should calm down I shower & clean. I love to dress down when I was a kid I hated dressing up

    • Robert Nowosielski says:

      By the way who’s dressing for prom night

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