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This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet

Executive Summary

Laura Klauberg appointed senior VP Marketing of Unilever Cosmetics International, overseeing marketing initiatives for company's three designer prestige fragrance divisions: Calvin Klein Cosmetics, Unilever Prestige and European Designer Parfums. Klauberg, a 20-year veteran of Unilever who most recently worked as skin care brand development VP in North America, will succeed three global marketing heads - Unilever Prestige President Laura Lee Miller, Calvin Klein President Hilary Dart and European Designer Parfums President Gabrielle Pungerscheg, who have left the company. New structure will unite the global marketing efforts for all three divisions under one head and create a more focused program, Unilever says. Klauberg will report directly to UCI President and CEO Kevin Boyce...

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