Q&A: Marc Pritchard, P&G

With just one day to go until the Olympics Opening Ceremony in London, Marketing Week catches up with P&G’s global marketing and brand building officer Marc Pritchard about what Olympic legacy means to P&G, its plans for Rio 2016 and its biggest Olympic marketing challenges so far.

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