Coty Inc., the leading global beauty company behind such brands as Calvin Klein, Chloé, Davidoff, Marc Jacobs and philosophy, is accelerating faster than ever. At CEW’s Newsmaker Forum event, Coty Prestige: Accelerating Growth top executives revealed how they’re transitioning Coty into one of the beauty industry’s most creative and entrepreneurial companies.
Panelists Steve Mormoris, Senior Vice President of Global Marketing, American Fragrances; Jean Mortier, President; Marc Rey, President, U.S. and Regional Vice President, North America and Jill Scalamandre SVP, Philosophy Brand and Coty Prestige Skincare, discussed how the company’s creative culture has enabled Coty to bring constant innovation to the beauty industry.
They spoke about creating partnerships that change the pop culture landscape, how they define a power brand and what emerging technologies will have a major impact in the beauty industry in the next five years.
“Coty is a recognized leader in global beauty and shows no signs of slowing down,” says
Carlotta Jacobson, President of CEW. “We are thrilled to hear insights from Coty Prestige’s new leadership team who have extensive experience in the beauty industry.”
CEW’s Newsmaker Forums feature prominent business leaders who demonstrate thought leadership and address newsworthy topics of interest to the beauty industry. For information about CEW membership, visit cew.org.
The event was sponsored by WWD; Firmenich; Arcade Marketing; 24 Seven Inc; QVC; Grace Beauty; HYFN; Havas PR; Retail Access; Beauty Inc; RG3.0 LLC and Kaplow Communications.
Cosmetic Executive Women, Inc. (CEW) is a nonprofit professional organization with more than 6,000 members, both men and women, from over 1,500 companies in the beauty and related industries. CEW advances the professional growth and leadership potential of its members through networking, industry insights, access to leaders, professional development programs and recognition of achievement and innovation. CEW’s membership is multi-generational and equally representative of entry level, mid-career level and senior level executives. CEW is based in New York City, and it also hosts events for the beauty community in Los Angeles. Additionally, CEW has associated organizations in France and the United Kingdom. The CEW Foundation supports Cancer and Careers, a resource for employees balancing work and cancer treatment. For more information, log on to cew.org.
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