Shareholders of Hindustan Unilever enjoyed substantial growth in their investment as the share price of the company more than doubled in the past three years.The scrip rose 106.4 percent from Rs 859.80 on June 27, 2016, to Rs 1774.75, on the same day of 2019. In comparison, the BSE Sensex rose 50 percent during the same period while the Nifty50 soared 46 percent.Let's put the surge in HUL's share price in perspective. Your investment of Rs 10,000 in the company three years ago would be now worth Rs 20,640.Close Analysts at Motilal Oswal expect the stock to rally further to reach Rs 2,070 on multiple moats such as rapidly improving adaptability to market requirements, recognition and strong execution on Naturals and other evolving categories, continuous strong premiumisation trend and extensive use of technology, creating further entry barriers. related news Delhi-NCR pollution: Ola and Microsoft to collect air quality data PFRDA studies proposal to allow pension fund … [Read more...] about HUL shareholders’ wealth doubled in 3 years. Are the best days behind it?
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Anyone working in or observing the marketing world (and reading Co.Create) can predict a few of the bigger themes and issues that will be of increased relevance in the coming year. The continued growth of mobile, the explosion of data, the evolution of content marketing–all factors that will shape the marketing landscape in 2013 and beyond. advertisement advertisement But how will these issues actually play out in the industry and what impact will they have on brand creativity? And what are the other big trends that will define marketing this year? We asked several advertising players from different disciplines and creative companies to weigh in on what they thought would have the biggest impact on their job in the coming year. Part one, below, we include responses from ad “creatives” and marketers. In part two, we’ll reveal insights from strategists–the people looking at the broader cultural and media trends and consumer behaviors that shape the … [Read more...] about Creative Forecast: How Marketing Will Change In 2013
Every career has ups and down. If you’ve been working for a while, you can often look back on your work and recognize the moment it began to hit a steady stride—a major opportunity, maybe, or a job that offered enough financial stability to let you go off on your own. A lucky few find that big break in their first job, and keep following a relatively straightforward trajectory from there. But for many others, the path is more meandering. At some point, unexpectedly, the pieces start to fall into place. advertisement advertisement It can be hard to identify that inflection point in your own career, but we asked 10 well-known designers to try. In our latest installation of Co.Design’s series about designers’ firsts (check out first job and first rejection as well), they recall the jobs, projects, and events that became formative in their careers, from working with Apple in the 1980s, to joining the team that would define a new … [Read more...] about Is The Big Break A Myth? 10 Designers On How One Job Can Shape Your Career
Though Trader Joe’s masquerades as a neighborhood store, it boasts $8 billion in annual profits. Its stores carry 4,000 different products, compared to typical grocery stores’ 50,000. This meticulous stocking helps it sell $1,750 per square foot–twice as much as Whole Foods. Trader Joe’s brand-name products offer low prices and “pizzazz beyond plain old corn flakes,” says analyst Bob Goldin. It’s a company that manages to borrow from the best of its competitors, with more than 350 stores compared to Whole Foods’ 300. advertisement advertisement advertisement … [Read more...] about 11_Trader Joe’s
For more than 10 years, Food52 has brought James Beard award-winning recipes to the web, sold New York Times best-selling cookbooks, and grown an online community of foodies to more than 13 million people. Last October, after selling other people’s products, the company launched Five Two, its own line of kitchen tools that are designed with the team’s food expertise and the direct input of its community of users. The endeavor resulted in ingenious products such as an apron with built-in pot holders ($45) and practical, perfect staples like this cutting board ($60) with deep grooves, a corner spout to collect and pour juices, and a built-in smartphone stand. advertisement advertisement Now Five Two is back with its second in-house collection: cookware. “From the beginning we knew we wanted to do cookware, but it’s a long development process from the engineering and designing,” says Kristina Wasserman, director of Five Two. The result is … [Read more...] about This ingenious saucepan is a pot, measuring cup, and colander all in one