Nine Cincinnati Companies are on the Fortune 500 List for 2016

Cincinnati_Skyline_Panoramic.jpgNine Cincinnati-based companies made the Fortune 500 list for 2016, showcasing our region’s world-wide corporate clout:

Per Fortune, the 500 companies on this year’s list represent two-thirds of the US GDP. This is the 62nd year that the magazine has created its rankings.

See the entire Fortune 500 list here.

Four Cincinnati Brands Are Most Valuable Per Forbes

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rated the world’s most valuable brands and several Cincinnati-based businesses made it to their list for 2014:

  • General Electric was #7 on the list with a brand value of $37.1 billion. GE is based in Evendale with plans for an operations center coming to the Banks.
  • Toyota (with engineering and manufacturing in Erlanger for the next three years) ranked #9 with a brand value of $31.3 billion.
  • Procter & Gamble‘s Gillette was ranked #27 with a revenue of $19.1 billion. That is a lot of disposable razors.
  • Pamper’s (another Procter & Gamble brand) ranked #40 with a revenue of $10.3 billion. P&G is located in downtown Cincinnati.

What brand topped the list? Apple. See the top 100 list here.

Although real estate did not make the list, we all know what local brand is tops in our region – Sibcy Cline!

What is your favorite local brand?

 

Best Cincinnati Brands

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Several Cincinnati-area brands have been ranked among the best in the world. The ranking was created by Interbrand and included:

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  • Gillette (#18)
  • Pampers (#30)
  • Duracell (#84)

General Electric (#6)

What brand was #1? Apple! (Followed by Google and CocaCola) See the list here.

No real estate companies were on the top 100 list, but we all know who the best branded real estate company is for our region – Sibcy Cline.

 

Procter and Gamble Is Named on the List of the World’s Top 100 Most Innovative Organizations

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Cincinnati-based Procter and Gamble was named by media company, Thomas Reuters, as one of the World’s Top 100 Most Innovative Organizations for a third time. Per the report, Procter and Gamble has produced 1,494 unique inventions from 2010 and 2012.

See the entire report here.

This blogger enjoys using this P&G Invention: Tide Plus Febreze Freshness Sport. If you sweat a lot when working out, this detergent is great at eliminating odors and keeping clothes smelling fresh.

Procter and Gamble’s Brands Among the World’s Best for 2013

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Cincinnati-based Procter & Gamble had three of their brands named to be among the best  in the world for 2013 by Interbrand (a branding management company):

  • Gillette – #16
  • Pampers – #29
  • Duracell – #85

Rankings were based upon financial success, how the brand influences consumers and the strength of the brand to command a higher price.

What brand made the top of this list? Surprise, surprise. It was Apple. (Google came in at number two.) See the Best Global Brands 2013 here.

Let’s Toot Our Horn
What real estate company is the best branded in our region? Sibcy Cline Realtors, of course! Read about Sibcy Cline’s honor as a top area brand in 2011 here.

Procter and Gamble Co. Is Ranked Number One in the World For Leadership

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The Procter & Gamble Co. was been named the #1 company in the world for leadership by the Hay Group (a global management consulting firm) that conducts an annual leadership survey.

What an honor for this Cincinnati-based firm. The consulting company cited P&G’s focus on developing the careers for their employees as a large factor in its choice.

Rankings were based upon surveys of more than 18,000 employees from 2,200 businesses.

What other companies ranked high? Microsoft ranked #2 and General Electric was ranked #3.

See the Hay Group list of top leadership companies here.

Cincinnati’s Procter & Gamble Co. and TriHealth Make the 100 Best U.S. Companies for Working Moms

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Working moms, heads up, Cincinnati-based companies, Procter & Gamble and TriHealth made it on the list of the Top 100 Working Mothers Best U.S. Companies.

The survey was conducted by Working Mother magazine and included information about women’s issues and advancement, flexible work arrangements, parental leave and company culture.

Read more in a Business Courier article about the work philosophy of Proctor & Gamble and Tri Health here. See the Working Mother magazine article here.

Need flexibility in your career?
Think about real estate sales. You set your own hours to fit your schedule. Contact Sibcy Cline Recruiter/Career Specialist Amanda Dole at 513-985-1221 or adole@sibcycline.com.

Cincinnati’s Kroger, Procter and Gamble and Macy’s Make the List of Top Worldwide Companies

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Three Cincinnati-based companies, Kroger, Proctor & Gamble and Macy’s, made it onto the Fortune Global 500 list published on July 8, 2013. The list showcases the largest businesses across the world.

Number one on this world-wide list? Royal Dutch Shell. See the entire ranking list of companies here.

Forbes Has Procter & Gamble on its Most Innovative Companies List

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Cincinnati-based Procter & Gamble has been named to the Forbes World’s Most Innovative Companies list. The #27 ranking was based on expectations of future innovations and how much investors have bid up stock prices.

Keeping brushing your teeth with Crest, shampooing your hair with Pantene or Herbal Essences and bathing with Ivory or Safeguard soaps! Oh, and if need be, please use Scope, Old Spice, Secret or Christina Aguilera Perfumes.

Other notable companies that made this list: Amazon.com, Starbucks, Google, Apple,  L’Oreal, and Hershey, Colgate-Palmolive, General Mills, Kellogg and General Electric.