How Johnson & Johnson became the world's largest healthcare company


Almost everyone must have experienced it even before they understood the world.

- 1886

The story begins in 1886, when three brothers decided to create a line of ready-to-use sterile surgical dressings

They founded Johnson & Johnson in New Brunswick, New Jersey, with 14 employees and a vision to improve public health

The company soon expanded its product range to include Bandages, Baby Powder, Dental floss, and Sanitary napkins

In 1943, Robert Wood Johnson II wrote the company's Credo, a set of values that guides its business decisions and social responsibility

Over the years, Johnson & Johnson acquired several innovative companies and developed breakthrough medicines and technologies.

Today, Johnson & Johnson is the world's largest healthcare company, with over 155,000 employees and products sold in over 175 countries