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Unilever reports 49% rise in ecommerce sales as shoppers changed buying habits during Covid-19 lockdowns

Unilever today reported ecommerce sales growth of 49%, while overall turnover fell by 1.6%, as shopping habits changed during the Covid-19 lockdown. Unilever says its performance during the Covid-19 lockdown showed its strength and agility.   The organisation, whose brands include PG Tips, Dove, Hellmann’s and Magnum, said that the markets it sells in had …

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‘Coronavirus is not good news for Unilever,’ says CEO Alan Jope

Unilever, the London-based consumer products giant, is not benefiting overall from the coronavirus crisis even though many of its soap and hand-washing brands are seeing increased demand, CEO Alan Jope told CNBC on Tuesday. “Coronavirus is not good news for Unilever. We’re seeing shift in demand for sure,” he said in a “Squawk on the …

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Hindustan Unilever partners with UNICEF to support India’s fight against COVID-19

Fast-moving consumer goods (FMCG) major Hindustan Unilever on Wednesday said it has collaborated with the United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) for a mass communication campaign to inform and empower the general public against the COVID-19 pandemic. The campaign brings together the marketing expertise and scale of HUL and the technical knowledge of UNICEF to create …

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Labour won’t win economic credibility by attacking easy targets | Nils Pratley | Business

It’s the knockabout stage of the general election campaign, so there’s no real harm in the leader of the Labour party summoning a few business villains for the crowd to boo. But let’s hope the manifesto will offer a more nuanced analysis of business in the UK. If business, in all its variety, ends up …

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