According to news in Le Figaro newspaper, William Koeberle, CEO of the group, last Monday also took over direct responsibility for the leadership of the largest subsidiary of the group in France. With a market share of around 23 percent, and an annual turnover of about 1.1 billion euro, France is the most important market for the group. Koeberle, who has recently also taken over the presidency of the French Federation of Selective Perfumery, therefore follows the Belgian, Miek Vercouteren, who held the position until now. Vercouteren, who until now was general manager for the French market, has left the company for personal reasons.
The European Perfumery Retail Association Fédération Européenne des Parfumeurs Détaillants (FEPD) met last weekend for its annual general meeting. For the first time at the new location of the European Secretariat in Dusseldorf, Germany. Sorry […]
The New Year is beginning with a change of management at the Christmasworld and Hair and Beauty trade fairs. Now, with Eva Olbrich (52) and Christiane Walter (46), at the helm, the two consumer-goods fairs […]
L’Oréal first-half 2013 sales. Commenting on the figures, Mr Jean-Paul Agon, Chairman and CEO of L’Oréal, said: “Although market growth has been slightly slowing down, L’Oréal continued to demonstrate its good dynamics and recorded […]