Unilever Revenue by geographical Segments

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Revenue of Unilever by Geographical segment 2010-2017.

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The following table shows the revenue of Unilever by Geographical segments from 2010-2017. The sums are in million euros.

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The company’s operations are divided into three main operational segments on a  geographic basis. the first is Asia/AMET/RUB (Asia, Africa, Middle East, Turkey, Russia, Ukraine and Belarus), the Americas and Europe.  Asia/AMET/RUB accounted for 23.3 Billion Euros, Americas for 17.5 Billion Euros and  Europe accounted for 12.9 Billion Euros.

About Unilever:

Unilever is one of the leading consumer goods companies of the world with around 400 brands in its portfolio. The company sells its products in around 190 countries. Around 2.5  Billion people around the world use its products daily. Some of the brands by Unilever that have become household names are Lipton, Knorr, Dove, Axe, Hellmann’s and Omo. Unilever also owns 13 Billion Euro brands and 13 of the top 50 brands of the world.  The company operates across four categories of which the largest is Personal Care, followed by Foods, Home Care and Refreshment. It invests a large sum in research and development as well as marketing each year. Its extensive global presence is a major advantage. The company generates around 58% of its revenue from the emerging markets.

Sources:

Unilever Annual reports

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