Unilever Myanmar is a fast-moving consumer goods company with a strong presence in Myanmar for many years. We offer Myanmar consumers a wide range of leading brands in three categories:
- Home Care
- Personal Care
- and Foods Products.
Our brands include Knorr, Signal, ွSunsilk, Clear, Lux, Close-Up, Pond’s, Fair & lovely, Lifebuoy and Unilever Food Solutions.
Unilever's vision is to create a better future every day. We help our consumers feel good, look good and get more out of life with our brands and services that are good for them and good for others.
Join us... And be a part of a team who works to create a better future for Myanmar people every day!
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Story of Unilever in Myanmar...
Unilever is one of the biggest multinational consumer goods company in the world. It is a British-Dutch company co-headquartered in Rotterdam, Netherlands and London, United Kingdom. In 2012 it was measured as the third largest consumer goods company in terms of revenue, after Procter & Gamble and Nestle. It was founded in 1930 after the merger of Dutch margarine producer Margarine Unie and the British soapmaker Lever Brothers.
Unilever owns over 400 brands boasting an extensive range of products and enormous global coverage, offering these in as many as 190 countries. The company’s history in Myanmar is almost as old as the company, having had its first entry in Myanmar over 80 years ago. Unilever had to leave Myanmar after the revolution when the Military regime took over. After the regime fell Unilever re-entered the market in 2013. Bauke Rouwers, Chairman & CEO of Unilever Thailand and Indochina was given the responsibility of the Burmese market. With Unilever having had prior knowledge of the market, it is clear the past experience will play a major role in re-establishing the company in the market. So far this appears to have been the case, with Unilever and Coke so far the best performing Western consumer brands in the market. Thus in terms of future growth a career at Unilever Myanmar seems very promising.
How is it to work at Unilever Myanmar?
In Myanmar, Unilever is headquartered in Yangon. Being in the capital helps the company stay close to the political power. Such a move is essential for a company that is at an early stage in the market, as it helps them complete many bureaucratic formalities that are needed in the initial stage. Unilever is a combination of smart strategies with a strong financial base,making it clear that Unilever Myanmar jobs are a great place to experiment with your creative side. Such a work environment can be truly rewarding making it an excellent place to be a part of.
What do they do?
Unilever is a retail sector player in Myanmar. The company provides a range of consumer goods in the market. Among its products, the Sunsilk shampoo has been the star performer. Interestingly 80% of Sunsilk is sold in sachet, this is because the sample size packets makes it affordable. From such an approach it is clear that Unilever Myanmar jobs will give one the opportunity to really apply innovation at work.
Unilever only provides its top brands in Myanmar so far, with a plan to increase its offerings once it has further penetrated the market. The move is the logical one, as the company wants to create traction before it can bombard the market shelves with all its range of brands. It has divided its products into four categories – Foods, Refreshment, Home Care and Personal Care. As the company is at a nascent stage in Myanmar, it gives the opportunity for one to try various departments before the company can find the best department-employee fit.
Unilever has high expectations from the newly opened market and plans to invest over one billion USD in Myanmar in the coming decade giving the impression that there will be many Unilever job vacancies to come in the near future. If you’re looking for an exciting multinational company, driven by ambitious, innovative, and hands-on people and growing at a very fast rate, apply now to land your dream job at Unilever.