Emami completes half a century in business, unveils celebratory logo

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Diversified business conglomerate Emami has completed a half century of business in India. The business has expanded to have a retail presence in 70 countries and has unveiled a special logo to celebrate the 50th anniversary milestone. 

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“We are extremely proud to celebrate this landmark year of Emami,” said Emami Group promoters and directors Aditya V Agarwal and Mohan Goenka in a press release on December 15. “This achievement reflects our journey of delivering happiness and consumer delight through our exceptional products and services. It also highlights our commitment to India and its growth. We are grateful for the trust and support all our stakeholders including customers, partners, and employees have placed on us over the years, and we look forward to many more years of this home-grown success story to continue. Our commitment to deliver innovative and effective products at competitive prices has been a driving force for Emami throughout its five-decades of journey.”
The business has launched a logo to exemplify its philosophy of ‘Making Lives Happier’, which was the vision of its founders, according to Emami’s press release. The business also commissioned a sculpture titled ‘The Earth Keeper’ at HIDCO ECO Park in Kolkata. The bronze installation was crafted by artist and sculptor Jagannath Panda.

Emami Group was established by R S Agarwal and R S Goenka in 1974 in Kolkata and today employs 25,000 people across the world. The Rs 30,000 crore business retails a wide range of personal care and healthcare products with brands including Navratna, BoroPlus, Zandu Balm, Fair & Handsome, and Kesh King. Emami also retails a broad selection of food products. 

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