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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

Name

Title

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

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  • 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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