Isabel Hochgesand, a German national, is an executive with extensive international experience in procurement, supply chain, and marketing of consumer goods, including in the personal hygiene sector. She currently is Chief Procurement Officer at Beiersdorf AG, a German multinational specialized in personal care products. Prior to that, Mrs. Hochgesand held various senior roles in various countries worldwide at Procter & Gamble, mostly of her 25 years of tenure in the personal hygiene sector. Mrs. Hochgesand was also the Managing Director for Supply Chain for P&G in Germany/Austria/Switzerland for all brands.
Dan Rajczak currently serves as the President and CEO of the totes-Isotoner Corporation, a private-equity backed company with commercial operations in North America and Europe as well as design, development and sourcing offices throughout Asia. Dan spent 26 years at P&G, progressing through roles in R&D, Marketing, and General Management. He ran P&G’s Fabric & Home Care business in Japan, later led the company’s Corporate New Business and Innovation group, and, finally, was Senior Vice President overseeing P&G’s global Pet Care and Snacks businesses.
This webinar is part of the P&G Alumni Enrichment Series Webinars.
Regardless of your age, income level, or goals in life, and even throughout retirement, there are some financial action steps everyone needs to consider. But statistics show that many of us have failed to take action, at great personal risk to our finances and family. And, many of these actions are universal in nature and across all demographics, including country borders. This session will take you through a very fast-paced look at the financial stats, risks, decisions, and action steps, many of which can be addressed immediately using your smartphone. We’ll end with a quick look at relevant personal U.S. tax legislation and tax law changes of interest.
This webinar is part of the P&G Alumni Enrichment Series Webinars. For more webinars please join the P&G Alumni Network on pgalums.com.
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Businesses come in all shapes, sizes, business models, and structures. There is no one way to run a business and no one set of approaches that works everywhere. This topic will address some of the considerations and approaches that can contribute to success in mid to smaller, more entrepreneurial business environments and considerations for people from larger, more “corporate” businesses. This webinar is part of the P&G Alumni Enrichment Series Webinars. For more webinars please join the P&G Alumni Network on pgalums.com.