Beauty Industry Diversity And Inclusion News: Latest From L’Oreal, Ulta, Edgewell, Fragrance Creators
From Black-owned business investments to corporate board diversity commitments and civil rights advocacy on Capitol Hill, leading beauty and personal-care companies, retailers and trade associations are finding ways to advance social responsibility initiatives and shine in today’s progressive political climate.
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