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 Swiss fashion and lifestyle brand Strellson has won the prestigious international iF packaging award 2011 for Strellson N°1, the brand’s first fragrance for men. The minimalist concept, the resource-friendly use of material and the […]
Jean-Paul Agon, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, has announced two changes to the Group’s Executive Committee, effective from the 1st October 2011: the creation of the position of Managing Director, Africa, Middle East Zone, entrusted […]
L’Oréal Germany’s growth outstrips the market for the third year in succession – Against the backdrop of a market which saw only slight growth, the L’Oréal Group increased its sales by 2.3 per cent to […]