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P&G (Procter & Gamble)  Your official behind-the-scenes look at what’s happening at P&G and our family of trusted brands. #proctergamble

P&G Nigeria won’t soon forget their 25th Anniversary spent at Adeife Primary School. Employees beautified the school’s environment, led crafts and taught hygiene practice to the youngsters. #Milestones #25YearsinNigeria

Consumption rates are outpacing our planet’s natural resources. That’s why we’re launching Ambition 2030, our new environmental sustainability goals aimed at driving positive impact. Click the link in our bio to learn more. #PG2030 #EarthWeek

Our Mason, OH site’s new lot is breaking ‘green’ ground with extended paving, redesign and repurposing 83% of materials. This sustainable renovation has been recognized by US Green Buildings Council as the standard in parking lots. #CreativeSustainability

Our @Olay Brand challenges the belief that the older women get, the fewer choices they have—encouraging them to have #NoFearofAge. The latest “break up with age” video challenges the view held by many in China that women are supposed to be younger than males in a relationship.

Our @Always_brand Crailsheim Plant in #Germany recently wowed college students and their families with guided tours showcasing the plant’s design, technology and safety first-hand.

Tiny tots remind parents at Gillette's Shanghai Plant to “Please Work Safe for Me.” An interactive day educated kids on their parent’s work and reminded them of the greatest motivation to be safe at work: their family.

As Bali’s Mt. Agung, became more active, lava and tremors forced residents to relocate. P&G Indonesia in partnership with World Vision helped these families to stay healthy and experience the comforts of home with our brands including Vicks, Oral-B, Rejoice and Head & Shoulders.

The Warsaw Planning Center in Poland hosted an eye-catching ‘Happiness Week’ to inspire meaningful, healthy living. #bestplacetowork #vibrantliving

Today marks the 215th birthday of founder James Gamble. Like many of us today, James was not born into prominence and had to work for everything he earned. Brought to the United States as an immigrant boy of 16, James found himself in Cincinnati fighting for his life during a cholera epidemic. Overcoming his illness, he did what any young adult would do next and went to work. At his first job, an apprentice to a soapmaker, James spent tireless hours carrying buckets up steps to huge, boiling iron kettles making the soap. His initial pay was simply his room and board, but as he proved himself and his work ethic he was paid an additional $9.00 a month. With his apprenticeship completed, he worked a few years with another company building his soap making skills. In 1828 feeding his entrepreneurial spirit, James took a chance by entering into a partnership with friend, opening their own soap and candle shop. Meeting with moderate success, he married Elizabeth Norris 9 years later and became close with his brother-in-law, William Procter. The two decided to go into business together a few years later after their father-in-law suggested they would be great together. In 1837, William Procter and James Gamble signed their partnership agreement that marked the founding of the Procter & Gamble Company. Always a student of his trade, James spent 20 years working toward mastery. His strong will and determination to better himself always carried him through whatever challenges he met along the way.

Betty Duncan graduated as valedictorian from her Danville, IL high school in 1943 and then received a B.S. in Chemical Engineering from Purdue University. In 1946 she started with P&G becoming our first female chemical engineer. #WomensHistoryMonth #WeSeeEqual

P&G's #BlackHistoryMonth celebration was amazing! We wrapped up the month long celebration by taking local school children to a private screening of "Black Panther". 🙅🏽‍♂️🙅🏾‍♀️🙅🏿‍♂️🙅🏽‍♀️

“So, when I got here, a lot of what I could tell you that I did, was very independent. It was because I didn't think like the guys. I was a wife, I was a mother, I thought very differently." - Peg Wyant, P&G's 1st Female Brand Manager #WomensHistoryMonth #WeSeeEqual

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