Corporate Structure

Strength in Structure

We have made P&G’s organization structure an important part of our capability to grow. It combines global scale benefits with a local focus to win with consumers and retail customers in each country where P&G products are sold.

P&G's corporate structure. Selling and Market Operations. Global Business Units: Global Beauty, Global Health & Grooming, Global Fabric & Home Care, Global Baby, Feminine & Family Care.

P&G'S four industry-based sectors are focused on common consumer benefits, share common technologies, and face common competitors.

  • Baby, Feminine and Family Care
  • Beauty, Hair and Personal Care
  • Fabric and Home Care
  • Health and Grooming

We’ve changed the name of our go-to-market organizations from Market Development Organizations to Selling and Market Operations (SMOs). This is more than a name change. It clarifies the work SMOs need to do and the work they do best — superior, effective and efficient selling, distribution, shelving, pricing execution and merchandising — every day, every week — in every store. The SMOs are focused on the consumers, channels, customers and markets we serve:

  • Asia
  • Europe
  • India, the Middle East, and Africa (IMEA)
  • Latin America
  • North America

Global Business Services (GBS) utilizes P&G talent and expert partners to provide best-in-class business support services at the lowest possible costs to leverage P&G’s scale for a winning advantage.

Lean Corporate Functions ensure ongoing functional innovation and capability improvement.