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HUL recognized with Porter Prize 2014

The Institute of Competitiveness, India, has recognized Hindustan Unilever Limited’s Project Shakti for ‘Creating Shared Value’ and bestowed upon the company the prestigious Porter Prize for 2014.

HUL receives Brand Builder Award

Ten brands of Hindustan Unilever Limited have featured in the first ever BrandZ ™ Top 50 Most Valuable Indian Brands ranking. In fact, HUL also received the Brand Builder Award for the most number of brand awards. The award ceremony was held in Mumbai on August 19 2014.

Kan Khajura Tesan sets world record

Kan Khajura Tesan, India’s first free and on-demand entertainment mobile radio channel, had undertaken a social initiative that took the fight against corruption to every Indian’s doorstep. Kan Khajura Tesan made an appeal to the people of India to pledge against corruption by giving a missed call on its toll free number 1800-30-000-123.

HUL recognised as most innovative company in India

Hindustan Unilever Limited (HUL) has been ranked No 1 in India on the Forbes list of Most Innovative Companies across the globe for 2014. HUL has been ranked at No 3 in Asia and is the only Indian company to find a place in the top ten. In the global list, HUL ranks 14th and is the only Indian company in the Top 50.

HUL ranks 3 on Fortune India’s Most Admired list

Hindustan Unilever is on No 3 of Fortune India’s list of India’s most admired companies. In the list compiled with the help of global management consultancy Hay Group, ITC was at the top spot and Larsen and Toubro followed at No 2.

Research on feasibility of non-pesticide methods for tea crop protection

As part of the Unilever Sustainable Living Plan, Unilever has committed that by 2020 all its agricultural raw materials will be produced using sustainable crop practices. This is why today, Unilever has announced that it will be initiating a major scientific research study to evaluate the environmental and economic feasibility of applying biological or non-pesticide methods for plant protection of tea crops in India.

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