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Unilever's Sustainability Plan Guides Supply Chain Policies, Sales Growth Efforts

May 19, 2012: 03:06 AM EST
Unilever CEO Paul Polman continues to promote Unilever Sustainable Living Plan, the consumer goods company's sustainability initiative, to company employees and business partners. Polman said Unilever's sustainability program has enabled the company to recruit idealistic young professionals seeking to "improve lives and save the world from climate change and resource depletion." Convincing almost 170,000 employees in 180 countries, especially those in the middle management ranks, poses some a serious challenge for Polman's campaign. Unilever aims to double sales to US$80 billion within 10 years, while reducing its impact on the environment.
Chuang Peck Ming, "A sustainable plan", The Business Times Singapore, May 19, 2012, © Singapore Press Holdings Ltd
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