On Thursday, September 9, 2021 P&G presented at the Barclays Global Consumer Staples Conference.
At this annual event hosted by Barclays and attended by institutional investors, CFO Andre Schulten reviewed our fiscal year 2021 results and our growth strategies. R. Alexandra (Alex) Keith, our Beauty Sector CEO and Executive Sponsor for Global Sustainability, discussed how our strategies have been driving strong results in our Beauty business. Finally, Chairman, President and CEO David Taylor shared his thoughts on P&G’s long-term prospects.
Fiscal 2021 was another strong year, as P&G delivered strong sales, share, earnings, and cash results in a challenging and volatile environment. As we’ve shared before, we are focused on delivering balanced growth on the top line, bottom line, and in cash. And our strategies to do this are working:
For example, under Alex Keith’s leadership, a focus on portfolio and superiority has enabled 23 consecutive quarters of organic sales growth in P&G Beauty – a more than $14 billion dollar business, with market-leading brands in Hair Care, Skin Care and Personal Care. P&G’s broad portfolio spans daily hygiene needs all the way to the demanding needs of the Prestige Skin Care consumer, and has consistently grown sales, profit and cash over the past four years.
And P&G Beauty is working to grow responsibly. Responsible Beauty is a platform that considers the inter-relationships between five core elements: Quality & Performance, Safety, Transparency, Sustainability, and Equality & Inclusion.
CEO David Taylor closed by noting his confidence in our strategies, our team, and the next generation of leadership that will take the reins of P&G later this year.
To learn more, you can download the presentation or listen to the replay at www.pginvestor.com/event.
To get more information from our 2021 Annual Report, visit https://us.pg.com/blogs/pg-2021-annual-report/.
See https://www.pginvestor.com/event for P&G's full Barclays Global Consumer Conference presentation issued September 9, 2021, the associated webcast presentation, definitions of non-GAAP measures and reconciliation to the most closely related GAAP measure, as well as cautionary information on forward-looking statements, which are based on current assumptions and subject to risks and uncertainties that may cause actual results to differ materially.