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Bic (company)
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Bic

Type
Traded as
Industry
Founded
Founder
Headquarters
Area served
Key people
Revenue
Operating income
Net income
Total assets
Total equity
Number of employees
Website

Bic Cristal pen

Socit Anonyme
Euronext: BB
Consumer Goods
Clichy, France (1945)
Marcel Bich
Edouard Buffard
Clichy, France
Worldwide
Bruno Bich, Chairman
Mario Guevara, CEO
1.5627 billion (2009)[1]
216.0 million (2009)[1]
151.7 million (2009)[1]
2.0291 billion (2009)[1]
1.3040 billion (2009)[1]
10,449 (2009)[1]
BICWorld.com

A Bic cigarette lighter


Socit Bic (commonly referred to just as Bic) is a company based in Clichy, France.[2] It is
best known for making ballpoint pens. It was founded in 1945 by Baron Marcel Bich and has
become known for making disposable consumer products such as lighters, razors, and printed
paper products[3]

Contents

1 Products
2 Ownership
3 United States subsidiary
4 Sponsorship
5 See also
6 Notes and references
7 External links

Products
In 1970 Gillette purchased S. T. Dupont Paris whose principal product was luxury cigarette
lighters. During this time Dupont explored the possibilities of marketing a disposable lighter,
developing an inexpensive disposable lighter called Cricket, which it introduced in the United
States in 1972. Later that year Bic was test marketing a disposable lighter that could provide
3,000 lights before wearing out; Bic introduced this lighter in 1973.[4]
They, as well as the Bic Cristal ballpoint pen, are easily recognizable as a result of their
importance in pop culture. As such, they are represented in the design collection of the
Museum Of Modern Art in New York. The company competes in most markets against FaberCastell, Global Gillette, Newell Rubbermaid and Schwan-Stabilo.[5] The Bic pen, more
specifically the Bic Cristal, was the company's first product.[6][7]

Ownership
The company went public in 1958 with a reverse merger into the older Waterman Pen
Company of Seymour, Connecticut, in the United States, and later sold off the older

operation.[8] The Bich family owns about 40 percent of Bic stock and controls 55% of its
voting power.
In June 2010, Bic sold its funeral products division to Prairie Capital, a Chicago based private
equity firm.[9]

United States subsidiary


After buying the Waterman Pen Company in Seymour, Connecticut in 1958, Bic needed a
larger space for its U.S. headquarters and manufacturing operation, so the headquarters was
moved to nearby Milford, Connecticut, where it remained on a road eventually renamed "Bic
Drive" until 2008, when the headquarters moved to Shelton, Connecticut. A cigarette lighter
factory remains on the Milford site.[10]
The company's U.S. subsidiary, BIC Corporation, accounts for more than half of the
worldwide company's sales. Both Bruno Bich, the current chairman of the board, who rose
through the ranks in the U.S. organization, and Mario Guevara, the current chief executive
officer, worked in the American subsidiary for several years.[11]

Sponsorship
Bic sponsored a professional cycling team in the 1960s led by Tour de France winners
Jacques Anquetil and Luis Ocaa.[12] The company began sponsoring the Tour again in 2011
as an "official supporter",[13] which they have continued to do to the present day.[14]
Bic also sponsored the Alain Prostled Prost Grand Prix team in Formula One from 1997 to
2000.

See also

Paris portal
Companies portal

Notes and references


1.
Consolidated financial statements for the year ended December 31, 2009. Notes to the
consolidated financial statements. Auditors opinion. Pages 34, 50, 5253.
"Legal Notice." Bic. Retrieved on 7 February 2011. "Head office : 14, rue Jeanne
dAsnires 92611 Clichy cedex, France."
"Bic Graphic Website". BIC Graphic Company. Retrieved 16 January 2013.
http://www.fundinguniverse.com/company-histories/bic-corporation-history/
http://www.bicworld.com/en/press/press-detail/77/bic-lighter-on-show-at-moma
"BIC Corporation - Company History". Fundinguniverse.com. Retrieved 2011-08-17.
"History". Bicworld.com. Retrieved 2011-08-17.

Friday, Mar. 17, 1967 (1967-03-17). "Corporations: Mightier than the Pencil". TIME.
Retrieved 2011-08-17.
"SmartMoney News". SmartMoney.com. 2002-10-03. Retrieved 2011-08-17.
Web page titled "Milford Chamber Through the Years, 1954-2004", at the Milford
Chamber of Commerce website, retrieved October 21, 2010; Dolan, Ryan, "BIC moves 350 to
Shelton", Fairfield County Business Journal, March 3, 2008, retrieved October 27, 2010
Web page titled "Directors biographies" at the Bic World website, retrieved October 21,
2010
"Historic Overview Jacques Anquetil". www.CyclingRanking.com. 1934-01-08.
Retrieved 2011-08-17.
"BIC Official Supporter of the Tour de France". bicworld.com. 2012-06-15. Retrieved
2014-08-19.
1.
"Bic: official supplier of le Tour de France". Facebook. 2012-07-04.
Retrieved 2014-08-19.

External links
Wikimedia Commons has media related to BIC.

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Bic (company)
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Bic

Type
Traded as
Industry
Founded
Founder
Headquarters
Area served
Key people
Revenue
Operating income
Net income
Total assets
Total equity
Number of employees
Website

Bic Cristal pen

A Bic cigarette lighter

Socit Anonyme
Euronext: BB
Consumer Goods
Clichy, France (1945)
Marcel Bich
Edouard Buffard
Clichy, France
Worldwide
Bruno Bich, Chairman
Mario Guevara, CEO
1.5627 billion (2009)[1]
216.0 million (2009)[1]
151.7 million (2009)[1]
2.0291 billion (2009)[1]
1.3040 billion (2009)[1]
10,449 (2009)[1]
BICWorld.com

Socit Bic (commonly referred to just as Bic) is a company based in Clichy, France.[2] It is
best known for making ballpoint pens. It was founded in 1945 by Baron Marcel Bich and has
become known for making disposable consumer products such as lighters, razors, and printed
paper products[3]

Contents

1 Products
2 Ownership
3 United States subsidiary
4 Sponsorship
5 See also
6 Notes and references
7 External links

Products
In 1970 Gillette purchased S. T. Dupont Paris whose principal product was luxury cigarette
lighters. During this time Dupont explored the possibilities of marketing a disposable lighter,
developing an inexpensive disposable lighter called Cricket, which it introduced in the United
States in 1972. Later that year Bic was test marketing a disposable lighter that could provide
3,000 lights before wearing out; Bic introduced this lighter in 1973.[4]
They, as well as the Bic Cristal ballpoint pen, are easily recognizable as a result of their
importance in pop culture. As such, they are represented in the design collection of the
Museum Of Modern Art in New York. The company competes in most markets against FaberCastell, Global Gillette, Newell Rubbermaid and Schwan-Stabilo.[5] The Bic pen, more
specifically the Bic Cristal, was the company's first product.[6][7]

Ownership
The company went public in 1958 with a reverse merger into the older Waterman Pen
Company of Seymour, Connecticut, in the United States, and later sold off the older
operation.[8] The Bich family owns about 40 percent of Bic stock and controls 55% of its
voting power.
In June 2010, Bic sold its funeral products division to Prairie Capital, a Chicago based private
equity firm.[9]

United States subsidiary


After buying the Waterman Pen Company in Seymour, Connecticut in 1958, Bic needed a
larger space for its U.S. headquarters and manufacturing operation, so the headquarters was
moved to nearby Milford, Connecticut, where it remained on a road eventually renamed "Bic
Drive" until 2008, when the headquarters moved to Shelton, Connecticut. A cigarette lighter
factory remains on the Milford site.[10]

The company's U.S. subsidiary, BIC Corporation, accounts for more than half of the
worldwide company's sales. Both Bruno Bich, the current chairman of the board, who rose
through the ranks in the U.S. organization, and Mario Guevara, the current chief executive
officer, worked in the American subsidiary for several years.[11]

Sponsorship
Bic sponsored a professional cycling team in the 1960s led by Tour de France winners
Jacques Anquetil and Luis Ocaa.[12] The company began sponsoring the Tour again in 2011
as an "official supporter",[13] which they have continued to do to the present day.[14]
Bic also sponsored the Alain Prostled Prost Grand Prix team in Formula One from 1997 to
2000.

See also

Paris portal
Companies portal

Notes and references


1.
Consolidated financial statements for the year ended December 31, 2009. Notes to the
consolidated financial statements. Auditors opinion. Pages 34, 50, 5253.
"Legal Notice." Bic. Retrieved on 7 February 2011. "Head office : 14, rue Jeanne
dAsnires 92611 Clichy cedex, France."
"Bic Graphic Website". BIC Graphic Company. Retrieved 16 January 2013.
http://www.fundinguniverse.com/company-histories/bic-corporation-history/
http://www.bicworld.com/en/press/press-detail/77/bic-lighter-on-show-at-moma
"BIC Corporation - Company History". Fundinguniverse.com. Retrieved 2011-08-17.
"History". Bicworld.com. Retrieved 2011-08-17.
Friday, Mar. 17, 1967 (1967-03-17). "Corporations: Mightier than the Pencil". TIME.
Retrieved 2011-08-17.
"SmartMoney News". SmartMoney.com. 2002-10-03. Retrieved 2011-08-17.
Web page titled "Milford Chamber Through the Years, 1954-2004", at the Milford
Chamber of Commerce website, retrieved October 21, 2010; Dolan, Ryan, "BIC moves 350 to
Shelton", Fairfield County Business Journal, March 3, 2008, retrieved October 27, 2010
Web page titled "Directors biographies" at the Bic World website, retrieved October 21,
2010
"Historic Overview Jacques Anquetil". www.CyclingRanking.com. 1934-01-08.
Retrieved 2011-08-17.
"BIC Official Supporter of the Tour de France". bicworld.com. 2012-06-15. Retrieved
2014-08-19.
1.
"Bic: official supplier of le Tour de France". Facebook. 2012-07-04.
Retrieved 2014-08-19.

External links
Wikimedia Commons has media related to BIC.

BIC WorldCompany website


Socit BIC Company ProfileYahoo! Finance
BICSurf
BIC watersports
BIC Everyday website for students, teachers and parents
BIC Graphic USA
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Bic (company)
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Bic

Type
Traded as
Industry
Founded
Founder
Headquarters
Area served

Socit Anonyme
Euronext: BB
Consumer Goods
Clichy, France (1945)
Marcel Bich
Edouard Buffard
Clichy, France
Worldwide

Key people
Revenue
Operating income
Net income
Total assets
Total equity
Number of employees
Website

Bruno Bich, Chairman


Mario Guevara, CEO
1.5627 billion (2009)[1]
216.0 million (2009)[1]
151.7 million (2009)[1]
2.0291 billion (2009)[1]
1.3040 billion (2009)[1]
10,449 (2009)[1]
BICWorld.com

Bic Cristal pen

A Bic cigarette lighter


Socit Bic (commonly referred to just as Bic) is a company based in Clichy, France.[2] It is
best known for making ballpoint pens. It was founded in 1945 by Baron Marcel Bich and has
become known for making disposable consumer products such as lighters, razors, and printed
paper products[3]

Contents

1 Products
2 Ownership
3 United States subsidiary
4 Sponsorship
5 See also
6 Notes and references

7 External links

Products
In 1970 Gillette purchased S. T. Dupont Paris whose principal product was luxury cigarette
lighters. During this time Dupont explored the possibilities of marketing a disposable lighter,
developing an inexpensive disposable lighter called Cricket, which it introduced in the United
States in 1972. Later that year Bic was test marketing a disposable lighter that could provide
3,000 lights before wearing out; Bic introduced this lighter in 1973.[4]
They, as well as the Bic Cristal ballpoint pen, are easily recognizable as a result of their
importance in pop culture. As such, they are represented in the design collection of the
Museum Of Modern Art in New York. The company competes in most markets against FaberCastell, Global Gillette, Newell Rubbermaid and Schwan-Stabilo.[5] The Bic pen, more
specifically the Bic Cristal, was the company's first product.[6][7]

Ownership
The company went public in 1958 with a reverse merger into the older Waterman Pen
Company of Seymour, Connecticut, in the United States, and later sold off the older
operation.[8] The Bich family owns about 40 percent of Bic stock and controls 55% of its
voting power.
In June 2010, Bic sold its funeral products division to Prairie Capital, a Chicago based private
equity firm.[9]

United States subsidiary


After buying the Waterman Pen Company in Seymour, Connecticut in 1958, Bic needed a
larger space for its U.S. headquarters and manufacturing operation, so the headquarters was
moved to nearby Milford, Connecticut, where it remained on a road eventually renamed "Bic
Drive" until 2008, when the headquarters moved to Shelton, Connecticut. A cigarette lighter
factory remains on the Milford site.[10]
The company's U.S. subsidiary, BIC Corporation, accounts for more than half of the
worldwide company's sales. Both Bruno Bich, the current chairman of the board, who rose
through the ranks in the U.S. organization, and Mario Guevara, the current chief executive
officer, worked in the American subsidiary for several years.[11]

Sponsorship
Bic sponsored a professional cycling team in the 1960s led by Tour de France winners
Jacques Anquetil and Luis Ocaa.[12] The company began sponsoring the Tour again in 2011
as an "official supporter",[13] which they have continued to do to the present day.[14]
Bic also sponsored the Alain Prostled Prost Grand Prix team in Formula One from 1997 to
2000.

See also
Paris portal

Companies portal

Notes and references


1.
Consolidated financial statements for the year ended December 31, 2009. Notes to the
consolidated financial statements. Auditors opinion. Pages 34, 50, 5253.
"Legal Notice." Bic. Retrieved on 7 February 2011. "Head office : 14, rue Jeanne
dAsnires 92611 Clichy cedex, France."
"Bic Graphic Website". BIC Graphic Company. Retrieved 16 January 2013.
http://www.fundinguniverse.com/company-histories/bic-corporation-history/
http://www.bicworld.com/en/press/press-detail/77/bic-lighter-on-show-at-moma
"BIC Corporation - Company History". Fundinguniverse.com. Retrieved 2011-08-17.
"History". Bicworld.com. Retrieved 2011-08-17.
Friday, Mar. 17, 1967 (1967-03-17). "Corporations: Mightier than the Pencil". TIME.
Retrieved 2011-08-17.
"SmartMoney News". SmartMoney.com. 2002-10-03. Retrieved 2011-08-17.
Web page titled "Milford Chamber Through the Years, 1954-2004", at the Milford
Chamber of Commerce website, retrieved October 21, 2010; Dolan, Ryan, "BIC moves 350 to
Shelton", Fairfield County Business Journal, March 3, 2008, retrieved October 27, 2010
Web page titled "Directors biographies" at the Bic World website, retrieved October 21,
2010
"Historic Overview Jacques Anquetil". www.CyclingRanking.com. 1934-01-08.
Retrieved 2011-08-17.
"BIC Official Supporter of the Tour de France". bicworld.com. 2012-06-15. Retrieved
2014-08-19.
1.
"Bic: official supplier of le Tour de France". Facebook. 2012-07-04.
Retrieved 2014-08-19.

External links
Wikimedia Commons has media related to BIC.

BIC WorldCompany website


Socit BIC Company ProfileYahoo! Finance
BICSurf
BIC watersports
BIC Everyday website for students, teachers and parents
BIC Graphic USA
[show]
v

t
e

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[show]
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Bic (company)
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Bic

Type
Traded as
Industry
Founded
Founder
Headquarters
Area served
Key people
Revenue
Operating income
Net income
Total assets
Total equity
Number of employees
Website

Socit Anonyme
Euronext: BB
Consumer Goods
Clichy, France (1945)
Marcel Bich
Edouard Buffard
Clichy, France
Worldwide
Bruno Bich, Chairman
Mario Guevara, CEO
1.5627 billion (2009)[1]
216.0 million (2009)[1]
151.7 million (2009)[1]
2.0291 billion (2009)[1]
1.3040 billion (2009)[1]
10,449 (2009)[1]
BICWorld.com

Bic Cristal pen

A Bic cigarette lighter


Socit Bic (commonly referred to just as Bic) is a company based in Clichy, France.[2] It is
best known for making ballpoint pens. It was founded in 1945 by Baron Marcel Bich and has
become known for making disposable consumer products such as lighters, razors, and printed
paper products[3]

Contents

1 Products
2 Ownership
3 United States subsidiary
4 Sponsorship
5 See also
6 Notes and references
7 External links

Products
In 1970 Gillette purchased S. T. Dupont Paris whose principal product was luxury cigarette
lighters. During this time Dupont explored the possibilities of marketing a disposable lighter,
developing an inexpensive disposable lighter called Cricket, which it introduced in the United
States in 1972. Later that year Bic was test marketing a disposable lighter that could provide
3,000 lights before wearing out; Bic introduced this lighter in 1973.[4]

They, as well as the Bic Cristal ballpoint pen, are easily recognizable as a result of their
importance in pop culture. As such, they are represented in the design collection of the
Museum Of Modern Art in New York. The company competes in most markets against FaberCastell, Global Gillette, Newell Rubbermaid and Schwan-Stabilo.[5] The Bic pen, more
specifically the Bic Cristal, was the company's first product.[6][7]

Ownership
The company went public in 1958 with a reverse merger into the older Waterman Pen
Company of Seymour, Connecticut, in the United States, and later sold off the older
operation.[8] The Bich family owns about 40 percent of Bic stock and controls 55% of its
voting power.
In June 2010, Bic sold its funeral products division to Prairie Capital, a Chicago based private
equity firm.[9]

United States subsidiary


After buying the Waterman Pen Company in Seymour, Connecticut in 1958, Bic needed a
larger space for its U.S. headquarters and manufacturing operation, so the headquarters was
moved to nearby Milford, Connecticut, where it remained on a road eventually renamed "Bic
Drive" until 2008, when the headquarters moved to Shelton, Connecticut. A cigarette lighter
factory remains on the Milford site.[10]
The company's U.S. subsidiary, BIC Corporation, accounts for more than half of the
worldwide company's sales. Both Bruno Bich, the current chairman of the board, who rose
through the ranks in the U.S. organization, and Mario Guevara, the current chief executive
officer, worked in the American subsidiary for several years.[11]

Sponsorship
Bic sponsored a professional cycling team in the 1960s led by Tour de France winners
Jacques Anquetil and Luis Ocaa.[12] The company began sponsoring the Tour again in 2011
as an "official supporter",[13] which they have continued to do to the present day.[14]
Bic also sponsored the Alain Prostled Prost Grand Prix team in Formula One from 1997 to
2000.

See also

Paris portal
Companies portal

Notes and references


1.

Consolidated financial statements for the year ended December 31, 2009. Notes to the
consolidated financial statements. Auditors opinion. Pages 34, 50, 5253.
"Legal Notice." Bic. Retrieved on 7 February 2011. "Head office : 14, rue Jeanne
dAsnires 92611 Clichy cedex, France."
"Bic Graphic Website". BIC Graphic Company. Retrieved 16 January 2013.
http://www.fundinguniverse.com/company-histories/bic-corporation-history/
http://www.bicworld.com/en/press/press-detail/77/bic-lighter-on-show-at-moma
"BIC Corporation - Company History". Fundinguniverse.com. Retrieved 2011-08-17.
"History". Bicworld.com. Retrieved 2011-08-17.
Friday, Mar. 17, 1967 (1967-03-17). "Corporations: Mightier than the Pencil". TIME.
Retrieved 2011-08-17.
"SmartMoney News". SmartMoney.com. 2002-10-03. Retrieved 2011-08-17.
Web page titled "Milford Chamber Through the Years, 1954-2004", at the Milford
Chamber of Commerce website, retrieved October 21, 2010; Dolan, Ryan, "BIC moves 350 to
Shelton", Fairfield County Business Journal, March 3, 2008, retrieved October 27, 2010
Web page titled "Directors biographies" at the Bic World website, retrieved October 21,
2010
"Historic Overview Jacques Anquetil". www.CyclingRanking.com. 1934-01-08.
Retrieved 2011-08-17.
"BIC Official Supporter of the Tour de France". bicworld.com. 2012-06-15. Retrieved
2014-08-19.
1.
"Bic: official supplier of le Tour de France". Facebook. 2012-07-04.
Retrieved 2014-08-19.

External links
Wikimedia Commons has media related to BIC.

BIC WorldCompany website


Socit BIC Company ProfileYahoo! Finance
BICSurf
BIC watersports
BIC Everyday website for students, teachers and parents
BIC Graphic USA
[show]
v
t
e

CAC Mid 60 companies of France (June 2012)


[show]
v
t
e

Fountain pen manufacturers by country


Categories:

CAC Mid 60
Cigarette lighter brands
Companies established in 1945
Companies of France
Fountain pen and ink manufacturers
French brands
Manufacturing companies
Writing implements

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Article
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