Britain's Most Admired Companies 2011: No. 8 - Unilever

With Q3 sales up 7.8%, the Pot Noodle to Persil FMCG multinational is growing at its fastest rate for three years

by MT Staff
Last Updated: 09 Oct 2013

That stratospheric growth is largely thanks to the emerging markets. The ambitious 2020 environmental targets of Unilever (last year’s overall winner) are progressing despite City wobbles. If CEO Paul Polman can deliver improved growth plus sustainability, the sky’s the limit for Unilever.

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