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L’Oréal Brasil names new president

After five years leading L’Oréal Brazil, Didier Tisserand will leave the country to head new important responsibilities within the L’Oréal Group. Starting January 01, 2017, An Verhulst-Santos will be the new President of the company.

An Verhulst-Santos is appointed as L'Oréal new president, effective 01 (...)

An Verhulst-Santos is appointed as L’Oréal new president, effective 01 Janaury 2017

An Verhulst began her career at L’Oréal in 1991 with L’Oréal Professional Products Division (DPP) in Belgium. In 2005, she successfully managed the same division in Brazil, and then in the United States from 2009. In January 2011, she joined L’Oréal’s Executive Committee as President Professional Products Division reporting directly to CEO and Chairman Jean-Paul Agon.

"Since 2012, Didier Tisserand has led a major transformation in a particularly difficult economic context. He modernized the infrastructures of the Brazilian branch, paved the way for the makeup business and prepared the move to L’Oréal new headquarters in the country, which will be inaugurated in 2017, in Porto Maravilha (Rio), and to the new Research & Innovation Centre, on the Island of Bom Jesus (Rio). Didier also led the strategic acquisition of Niely, the integration of which has brought good results in terms of growth,” said the company.

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