Dabur India Limited has marked its presence with significant achievements and today commands a market leadership status. They have a strong financials year on year. Compare to last year some financials facts about dabur : Total sales were recorded as INR 7073 crores and up by 5.1%. Net profit INR 913.9 crores up 19.7%
Market capitalisation us $5 billion
Following chart shows net sales over years (in INR crores )
These stats shows that Dabur is financially very strong and doing well in all of their campaigns. Moreover net profit shows that management running all operations quite efficiently.
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At the same time, Dabur like any other enterprise having national as well as international is exposed to external and internal risks. Some of the key risks faced by the company today are volatility in exchange rate and continued inflationary trend which is not only increasing cost pressures but, may also lead to low levels of demand for FMCG products. Also increase of fake products and brands can hamper Dabur’s growth.
A slowdown in overall economic growth can lead to pressure on disposable income and spending power of the people. Dabur's well-diversified product mix provides a steady revenue stream that is less vulnerable to seasonal swings. However, Dabur is rapidly expanding into segments where it will compete straight up with large foreign firms. While it’s herbal niche should allow it to...
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