San Francisco, CA
Sales: $110 million
$110 million (estimated).
Drew Fraze, chief executive officer; Adam Lowry, co-founder and chief greenskeeper; Eric Rya… Read More »
$140 million (estimated).
Mark Landry, chief executive officer and president.
Detergents&mdas… Read More »
Sales: $150 million
$150 million (estimated).
Peter Graham, chairman; John Replogle, chief executive officer and president.
Cleanin… Read More »
Sales: $2.1 billion
$2.1 billion for household, personal care and oral care products. Corporate sales: $2.5 billion. Net income: $270 million.
James R. Craigie… Read More »
Sales: $2.6 billion
$2.6 billion (estimated) for household cleaning and personal care products. Corporate sales: $5.5 billion. Net income: $603 million for the year ended June 3… Read More »
Sales: $5.7 billion
$5.7 billion for personal care, nutrition and household products. Corporate sales: $9.2 billion for the year ended Aug. 31, 2010.
Ste… Read More »
Sales: $64.6 billion
$64.6 billion (estimated) for personal care, oral care and household products. Net sales: $78.9 billion. Net income: $12.7 billion for the year ended June 30, 2010.… Read More »
If marketers think that they can rework formulations and remove tried-and-true preservation systems, they face the prospect of contamination and, ultimately, backlash from consumers and health authorities. Read More »
The Consumer Specialty Products Association surveys the practices used to ensure microbiological quality of household and institutional products by focusing on raw material controls, finished product quality and process hygiene. Read More »
The recent announcement by Procter & Gamble (P&G) that it was raising prices on many of its consumer products should come as no surprise to anyone who’s been following the rise in commodity costs during the past year. Speaking at a Co… Read More »
A year after its transformation into the American Cleaning Institute, ACI executives tell members that the Institute remains dedicated to getting the job done in Washington, D.C. and around the world through an effective network of partners. Read More »
After surviving the recession, the laundry detergent category has been hurt by price wars and a dearth of innovation. But a few observers insist there are signs that things are beginning to improve. Read More »
The Seventh World Conference on Detergents (see p. 94 in this issue) was a huge success—every presentation was insightful and entertaining. I’ve been attending conferences, seminars and congresses around the world for more than 20 years a… Read More »
With a knowledgeable team in place, an ambitious growth strategy and a strong pipeline of products, Lubrizol is determined to become a billion dollar player in the personal care and home care space. Read More »
The Seventh World Conference on Detergents in Montreux looked at the biggest problems facing this $65 billion segment and offered some solutions on issues such as sustainability and innovation. Read More »
The new American frugality appears to be lingering. According to a new poll released today by Harris Interactive, almost two-thirds of U.S. adults say they are purchasing more generic brands to save money, slightly up from February when 63% said they… Read More »
Moen wants homeowners to put down the bottle of spray cleaner—or at least feel less pressure to use it everyday. The North Olmsted, OH fixtures maker has introduced Spot Resist Finish, which resists fingerprints and water spots.
Moen said it d… Read More »
While many consumers have embraced reusable grocery bags, these eco-friendly options can serve as a breeding ground for dangerous food-borne bacteria and pose a serious risk to public health, according to a joint food safety research report by resear… Read More »
By Ken Wasik, Managing Director, Stephens Investment Banking, Stephens Inc.
Published July 2, 2010
Looking to get a foothold in the competitive personal care and household product space? Consider direct marketing channels where there are still plenty of brands and companies out there that deserve attention. Read More »