At P&G, everything we do starts by winning with consumers and shoppers. Our aspiration is to serve the world’s consumers better than our best competitors, in every category and every country where we choose to compete — creating superior shareholder value in the process.
The characteristics that define P&G have stood the test of time — since P&G’s founding in
1837 by a candle maker and a soap maker who believed that everyday products could and should be of the highest quality, and that the only way to run a business long-term was with honesty and fair dealings.
P&G is committed to being a good corporate citizen and always doing the right thing. We are and want to be known as a company that is governed responsibly and behaves ethically, that is transparent in its business dealings, that supports good causes and protects the environment, and that provides an appealing place to work where our employees are treated well and are given the opportunity to be all they can be.