A career in Britannia Industries requires courage and out-of-the-box thinking. If you have them, then there’s nothing to stop you from building an exciting career in the FMCG sector.
Career in Britannia Industries – For the DaredevilsPeople have to eat to live despite the global recession, economic mayhem, downsized businesses, pink slips, and retrenchments. In fact, depression aggravates hunger. What’s better than a healthy snack at affordable rates during such times? The FMCG sector is an evergreen industry and business keeps rolling, whatever the situation. Carve out a stable, secure and fast-paced career in this industry.
Company profileBrand ‘Britannia’ needs no introduction. It has traversed a long and arduous path since its humble beginnings in Kolkata in 1892 with an initial investment of INR 295 only. Britannia has been a pioneer and has dominated the biscuit market since its inception. It was the first to use imported gas ovens in this part of the world and was the official supplier of “service biscuits” to the army during WW II. Britannia’s revenue crossed INR 1 billion in 1983, and soon after that, it forayed into the dairy products market and firmly established its new corporate identity “Eat Healthy, Think Better”.
Why Britannia Industries?Britannia is amongst a select few Indian companies with a 100+ year history. With markets and stakeholders spread across multiple continents, its people have always been at the centre of its superlative performance trajectory. Its strategic, yet people-friendly policies are the backbone of some brilliant careers and the company’s overall performance. People are nurtured to become accountable and deliver their best. Britannians are trained to develop leadership qualities, fondly called Britannia Universal Leadership Behaviour (BULB), such as integrity, learning orientation, entrepreneurial spirit, team player, customer and quality focus, and more. Britannia has launched several innovative and successful products and marketing campaigns such as “Britannia Khao, World Cup Jao” in 1999 and the “Lagaan Match” in 2001. Some of its honours include:
- Forbes Global rated Britannia “One among the Top 200 Small Companies of the World”.
- Economic Times labelled it “India’s 2nd Most Trusted Brand”.
- Economic Times recognised Vinita Bali, the current Managing Director of Britannia, as “Businesswoman of the Year 2008-09”.
- Britannia’s Delhi unit was awarded the CII National Award for Food Safety 2011.
- It was awarded the IMC Ramkrishna Bajaj National Quality Award 2011 in the manufacturing category.
- On June 18 2012, it was awarded the “Global Performance Excellence Awards (GPEA)” by the Asia Pacific Quality Organization (APQO).
Work CultureThe work culture at Britannia emphasises strong performance and high results orientation. It encourages “Idea Leadership” and responsible decision-making for building high growth opportunities. It offers you varied learning experiences thus sharpening your ability to deal with a constantly changing business environment. You are offered the most essential ingredient in any work culture, FUN! All new employees are befriended and mentored by every Britannian that they encounter. Britannia’s family culture is the lifeblood of every employee with bonds strengthened over the century. Courageous people who can think beyond convention and carve out a niche of their own are welcomed here. Britannians are the best and expect the same from you. Are you the one?
Job profilesRecruitment is at two levels: 1. Entry level where the typical positions are:
- Management trainee
- Officer trainee