ITC Ltd is one the leading conglomerates founded in 1910 and currently headquartered in Kolkata, West Bengal.
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ITC has presence in five major sectors for last 3 decades and one will find ITC in FMCG, hotels, information technology, Lifestyle and agricultural business. ITC surprises everyone with their product line breadth when one finds ITC logo on apparels, notebooks, biscuits, candies etc.
ITC’s food products include Ashirvad atta, which has become leader in flour segment, Sunfeast, Mint-O, Bingo, Yippee etc. ITC sells its apparels under brand name Wills lifestyle and John Players. Personal care product portfolio comprises of perfumes, skincare and hair care categories. It has top brands such as Vivel, Engage, Fiama Di Wills etc.
India’s largest notebook brand classmate is also there under ITC’s brand umbrella. ITC infotech focuses on delivering value through 5D’s viz., data, domain, digital, design and differentiated delivery for service industries and supply chain based industries. Company’s business strategy is not only to drive every business towards international competitiveness but also to enhance the competitiveness of whole value chain of which ITC is a part.
Hence, company’s chairman once said that ITC believes that its aspiration to create enduring value for the nation provides the motive force to sustain growing shareholder value. ITC’s production facilities and hotels are awarded many times for their quality, safety and productivity. Company was known to seek corporate governance voluntarily for first time in India. Company is going to launch Fabelle- exquisite luxury chocolates from luxury in food category. ITC’s strategy of creating synergies and blending the diverse pool of competencies from various businesses to explore future opportunities makes them leader in FMCG sector.
Revenue: INR 36837 Crores
Net Income: INR 9845 Crores
1.19 companies from the FMCG sector in India were considered.
2.The revenues and profits were considered and a weighted average was taken with weights of 60% and 40% respectively
3.The final score is calculated and the list of top ten are evaluated