Fueled by ingenuity, creativity, and an understanding of people’s most essential needs, Kimberly-Clark’s 46,000 employees around the world create products that help individuals experience more of what’s essential to them.
Our well-known global brands, including Andrex®, Cottonelle®, Depend®, Huggies®, Kleenex®, Plenitude®, Poise®, Scott® and U by Kotex®, are an indispensable part of life for people in more than 175 countries, and we hold the No. 1 or No. 2 brand share in 80 countries.
We also understand our responsibility to make a positive contribution to the people we serve around the globe. Our sustainable practices support a healthy planet and build stronger communities to ensure our business thrives for decades to come. In all that we do, we’re building a legacy of positive impact.
For nearly 150 years, we’ve had the foresight to find new ways to make lives better. From creating new categories to starting new conversations, we are constantly innovating our products and our practices to serve and care for the ever-changing needs of the people we touch at all stages.
In this TEDxOshkosh talk, Kimberly-Clark’s chief scientist Pete Dulcamara discusses how a new focus on humanity-centric innovation can help solve the most significant problems facing society and the environment in an economically viable way, open doors to new business opportunities, and give us all the opportunity to build a better world. As part of this focus, Pete shares why he redefined the word “billionaire” to mean a person helping a billion people – not a person accumulating a billion dollars.