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L’Oréal promotes Nadeau

This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet

Executive Summary

U.S. luxury products division President Luc Nadeau named to dual role as president of L'Oréal Canada luxury products division, as well as exec VP-corporate communications/external relations, L'Oréal reports June 26. Reporting to L'Oréal Canada President Jochen Zaumseil effective Sept. 1, Nadeau will be responsible for leading the strategic direction for the firm's luxury brand portfolio and developing a long-term strategy to build upon the division's corporate image, L'Oréal says. Kiehl's president Edgar Huber will succeed Nadeau, leading the U.S. division. Huber has served as the president of Kiehl's for just over a year. Exec will report to L'Oréal USA President and CEO Jean-Paul Agon. A new general manager for Kiehl's will be announced soon, firm notes...

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