Oakland Innovation has been formally recognised by Proctor and Gamble (P&G) for its contribution to P&G’s global business development achievements.
(Left to right) Jeff Weedman, P&G Senior VP of Global Business Development, Kate Bendall and Nigel Bailey, Senior Consultants from Oakland Innovation, Michael Zeitlyn, Managing Director of Oakland Innovation, Bruce Brown, P&G’s CTO and Bob McDonald, P&G’s CEO.
Each year, P&G presents companies, which have made a significant contribution to its business success, with an award at a glittering ceremony held near P&G’s headquarters in Cincinnati, USA.
At the ceremony, which was hosted by P&G’s Senior VP of Global Business Development Jeff Weedman, Oakland Innovation’s managing director Michael Zeitlyn received the P&G External Enabling Partner of the Year award from P&G’s CEO Bob McDonald and CTO Bruce Brown. The award recognises the company’s work with P&G in the areas of business and product development.
Commenting, Michael said: “This award ceremony is an opportunity for P&G to bring together key business partners and formally recognise and reward those companies which have made a significant contribution to the development of P&G and I am delighted that Oakland Innovation was among this year’s winners of this prestigious award.”
Oakland Innovation is a specialist research company and works with global corporations particularly in the fields of consumer products, personal care, food and beverage, and healthcare, providing solid market and technology intelligence to assist with product and business innovation.
P&G looks to build long-term relationships with its external partners and Oakland Innovation has been working closely with the company since 1992.
October 25th - 2011 Oakland
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