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Jahanbakhsh joined CLEAR to kick out dandruff

CLEAR the World’s number 1 men shampoo has partnered with the # 1 player to kick out dandruff. A press conference was held with the presence of Jahanbakhsh Iran’s national team star and Mr. Ozgur Kolukfaki Unilever Iran Managing Director. After welcoming the media Mr. Kolukfaki said “Unilever began importing products into Iran in 2001. In...

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Building the Unilever of the Future

London/Rotterdam, 15 March 2018 - Today we are announcing the next steps in the transformation of Unilever into a simpler, more agile and more focused business. The changes will further drive long-term performance and shareholder value, and build upon our Connected 4 Growth programme. Firstly, we are evolving our structure to be based on three Divisions:


Tehran, Dec 10 - Unilever Iran and Golestan Co. signed a joint venture partnership agreement on Wednesday Nov 29th whose mission is to locally manufacture and sell foods products in the country. The new joint venture company will develop, manufacture, market and sell new brands and line of food products in Iran market as part of this partnership....

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Improving the nutrition and hygiene of smallholder farmers

From India to Kenya and Malawi, and beyond

The Seeds of Prosperity programme is a partnership between Unilever, the Global Alliance for Improved Nutrition (GAIN) and the Sustainable Trade Initiative (IDH). Together, we are working through commodity supply chains to improve the diets and hygiene of smallholder farmers.A successful...

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Helping attract more top female engineers to the FMCG sector

Working towards gender balance

The idea is to excite and educate students about jobs in the FMCG industry, in particular bringing alive the differentiators – such as the ability to positively impact the environment – of being an engineer at Unilever. We started this series of events in October in Latin America, at our Tultitlán factory...

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We’re driving a new approach to sustainable palm oil. Here's how

Big improvement opportunities

Smallholders contribute 40% of Indonesia’s palm oil production. But with average productivity 32% lower than that of private plantation companies, there are big opportunities for improvement. However, increasing productivity of smallholders is often constrained by issues such as lack of farmer groups...

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