Part of the company's endeavour to drive equal opportunities for women and girls in education, at home, and in the workplace
Procter & Gamble's annual ad expenditure has dropped 1.7 percent to $7.12 billion, the lowest level since 2006, after it abruptly cut its digital adspend.
Company eyes $500 million in additional savings from reduced agency fees and ad production costs, and the same amount for in-store costs, direct-to-consumer and sampling.
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