2019 Vault Rankings
At a Glance
Subsidiary of the world’s largest beer company, Anheuser-Busch InBev
Produces and sells the world’s largest selling beers: Budweiser and Bud Light
Utilization of contractors limits opportunities for advancement to full-time positions within the company
Anheuser-Busch is the leading producer and seller of beer in the U.S. and brews the world’s largest selling beers in Budweiser and Bud Light.
About Anheuser-Busch Companies, LLC
Anheuser-Busch (A-B) has brewed up a billion-dollar business with its Buds. The company is best known for brewing Budweiser, one of the world's largest-selling beers by volume. Other A-B labels include Bud Light, Busch, Michelob, Stella Artois, and Budweiser. Offering more than 100 brands, Brewers Collective, the company's craft business unit, is advancing the beer category by bringing quality, communities and innovation with a mission to energize how people consume and experience beer. Such business unit works with 10 Barrel Brewing Co, AMB, Golden Road, Goose Island, Four Peaks, and Red Hook.
Anheuser-Busch offers a portfolio of amazing brands, from flavored extension like Bud light Lime and orange, to Michelob ULTRA Pure Gold, the first major beer to be USDA certified. In addition to Goose Island, LQD, Wicked Weed, Widmer Brothers, and Karbach, the company's Beyond Beer roster includes FMBs, hard seltzers, canned wines and more.
St. Louis-based Anheuser-Busch does all its trade in the US, where it has nearly two dozen breweries. The company has more than 10 flagship breweries facilities across the US such including in Baldwinsville, NY; Cartersville, GA; Columbus, OH; and Los Angeles, CA; and Newark, NJ.
Sales and Marketing
Anheuser-Busch markets its brands through websites.
The company had a revenue of $13.3 billion, a 3% growth from the previous year.
For the year ended 2019, the company had a net income of $2.8 billion, a 23% decrease from the previous year.
The company's cash for the year ended 2019 was $7.2 billion. Operating activities generated $13.4 billion, while investing activities used $5.1 billion, mainly for capital expenditures. Financing activities used another $8.5 billion, primarily for payments on borrowings.
The company's strategy is developed in response to its operating environment and represents the highest value choices we will make in order to achieve its ambition.
In 2019 the company combined its growth and transformation agenda with its commercial priorities to create one clear strategy across the company. Overall, the company's commercial strategies remain consistent with 2018, focusing primarily on premiumization, differentiating the core and growth via adjacencies. In parallel the company is transforming its business to ensure it is well positioned for future growth. Its commercial strategy is underpinned by three interlocking frameworks: the market maturity model, category expansion framework and growth champions. The company utilizes these frameworks to lead and shape the beer category across all occasions and price points and develop the right portfolio for every market.
1 Busch Pl
Saint Louis, MO 63118-1852
Phone: 1 (314) 632-6777
Employer Type: Privately Owned
President: João Castro Neves
VP Finance: Nelson José Jamel
Vp Logistics Procurement: Ties Soeters
Employees (This Location): 1,000
Employees (All Locations): 30,236
Saint Louis, MO
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