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Winning 25 awards in a month!

Unilever Bangladesh Limited has been bestowed with 25 awards in the month of November by Commward 2014 and Best Brand Awards 2014.

Seeking young people with big ideas

Building on the success of last year’s inaugural Unilever Sustainable Living Young Entrepreneurs Awards, Unilever is once again inviting young people to enter who are working on practical and innovative solutions to some of the world’s biggest sustainability challenges.

Recognized for Driving Positive Change

Unilever Bangladesh Limited has been honoured with the Standard Chartered Bank – Financial Express CSR award for its innovative Project Laser Beam, which provides a holistic solution to tackle child malnutrition.

50 years of Doing Well by Doing Good

It all started with soap, that basic necessity to ensure hygiene. The production of Lux soap began in Bangladesh in 1963 in the Unilever Kalurghat Factory (KGF) in Chittagong. Back then KGF also housed the head office of the company which 50 years down the road would create great brands, great business leaders and a great place in the homes and hearts of the people of Bangladesh.

Unilever Bangladesh has emerged as the “Number 1 Employer of Choice”….

not only in the FMCG sector but also across industries in the 2013 AC Nielsen Campus Track Survey.

UBL Brands emerge as the Stars

8 Unilever Bangladesh brands featured in the “Top 20 Best Brand, 2013” list in a nationwide brand survey jointly conducted by Bangladesh Brand Forum (BBF) and Millward Brown Bangladesh.

Unilever looks to young entrepreneurs to help make sustainable living commonplace

New awards launched by Unilever in partnership with the Cambridge Programme for Sustainability Leadership to find next generation of sustainable living entrepreneurs

Pond’s “My 2nd Honeymoon” starts with a bang

"Aging is not lost youth but a new stage of opportunity and strength”- Betty Freidan, Writer, Women’s rights activist & the co-founder of the National Organization for Women had once pertinently quoted. She believed women with their inner strength are capable of taking on anything and everything with poise and grace, regardless of age.

Unilever Bangladesh pavilion receives special recognition at the DITF

Unilever Bangladesh Limited (UBL) marks a milestone this year after winning the Special Recognition Award at the Dhaka International Trade Fair (DITF). As one of the most renowned fairs in the country, DITF acknowledges its partakers by offering these awards based on criteria like architectural structure, safety, aesthetic beauty, pavilion operations etc.

Unilever Bangladesh Launches New Wheel variant: Wheel Lemon & Jasmine

9 July 2012: Wheel Washing Powder in Bangladesh has introduced a new variant - Wheel Lemon & Jasmine.

Lux Re-launched in Bangladesh

1 May 2012: Lux was re-launched in Bangladesh in April 2012. Lux is now in a new shape, new packaging and improved fragrance. For the first time, Lux is enriched with Silk Protein Extract which provides soft & smooth skin. And with all these changes, Lux is now the Best Ever Lux!

A company of influence

In December 2008, Business Week published its first ever annual list of 'the world's most influential companies'.

Combating unhealthy diets

The City University Foods Industry Report, widely covered by the UK media this week, claims that food companies have not taken significant action to improve diets.

Unilever Tea Kenya awarded for HIV/AIDS programme

Unilever Tea Kenya has received an award from the Global Business Coalition on HIV/AIDS (GBC) for its employee HIV/AIDS education, prevention and treatment programme.

Earthquake relief action in Asia

Unilever has contributed a total of 1 million Euros towards helping the victims of the earthquake that struck Northern Pakistan and North Western India on the morning of 8 October.

Unilever ranked 'most influential' in Asia-Pacific

7 July 2009: Asia-Pacific Food and Beverage Business Vitality Index ranks Unilever as the overall leader, ahead of 20 global food and beverage firms.

Keynya fuel wood

Kenya: Tree planting raises biodiversity profile

One of the main threats to the country's tea industry is deforestation - we have been working with local environmental groups to protect Kenya's delicate biodiversity.