P&G gets more marketing for less money

05/1/2009 | Advertising Age (tiered subscription model)

Procter & Gamble reported that it boosted advertising by 5% while spending $440 million less on marketing globally in the first quarter. The company benefited from declining media rates and its negotiating power as the biggest buyer in many markets.

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