• 22/04/2013 12:00 pm BST

    EMEA SABRE Awards has announced that the two cases “Alex & Henke” for Head & Shoulders and “Gillette Master Your Style”, both from Procter & Gamble Nordic, are nominees from more than 2400 entries. The two campaigns are competing against each other in the same category as both their communications have won many consumers’ hearts in Nordic countries.

  • 03/04/2013 08:53 pm BST

    Procter & Gamble (NYSE: PG), the Company behind consumer brands including Gillette®, Ariel®, Tide® and Pampers® today announced that 45 of their facilities have now achieved zero manufacturing waste to landfill, which marks a major step towards the Company’s long-term vision of sending zero manufacturing and consumer waste to landfills. Over the past 5 years, P&G's work to find worth in waste has created over $1 billion in value for the company.

  • 20/12/2012 07:48 pm GMT

    This week, over 200 Stockholm based employees attending this year's P&G Christmas lottery voted to give almost 50 000SEK to Barncancerfonden (Cancer foundation for Children).

    All Christmas gifts given to P&G employees from suppliers or external organisations are donated to a site-wide employee lottery which, along with P&G products, were raffled off this week. P&G employees contributed nearly 50,000SEK in the buying of raffle tickets giving them the chance to win prizes ranging

  • 30/11/2012 06:53 pm GMT

    P&G's Head&Shoulders (H&S) brand scooped the 100W prize (1st place) in the Consumer category at the 100 Wattaren Awards held last night in Stockholm. The innovative campaign firmly establishes H&S as modern and fun through an association with hockey star, Henke Lundqvist along with famous journalist Alexander Schulman.

  • 19/11/2012 07:54 pm GMT

    Calling it an innovation “beyond inspiration,” a panel of global judges named the P&G Children’s Safe Drinking Water Program one of the world’s most impactful developments, presenting it with the 2012 Economist Social Innovation Award.

    “As a Company, we are both honored by the recognition and inspired by our employees and global partners who have worked to deliver more than 5 billion liters of clean drinking water to families in developing countries, helping save nearly 30,000 lives,” said

  • 19/11/2012 11:00 am GMT

    Alina Devecerski, the Swedish singer and songwriter behind super hit “Flytta på dej”, has become the newest Sister for Education – the campaign from Always and UNESCO to help girls and women in Senegal fight illiteracy. Alina has been visiting Senegal to learn more about the education program and to meet girls and women already helped by the campaign. Upon her return, she will hold a concert as a thank you to all the Nordic girls who have got involved in the cause and raised awareness about