The South Korean arm of South East Asian e-commerce platform Shopee has inked a deal with the Korean SMEs and Startups Agency (KOSME) to form a logistics service to facilitate the entry of Korean products to Poland.
Sephora’s partnership with e-commerce fashion major Zalando will capitalise on the online momentum built up by the German player over the past 18 months and may inspire other cross-sector collaborations, but is there a risk it could compromise the beauty...
Bulgarian online retailer Undone Store has added South Korean skin care brand Boutijour into its portfolio in January 2021 as it looks to double the number of brands on the store by the end of this year.
In the second part of our interview with Vivienne Rudd, Director of Global Innovation and Insight, Beauty & Personal Care, at Mintel, we look at whether comparisons can be drawn between Asia and Europe, and what’s missing from the European anti-pollution...
Beiersdorf has continued on its positive growth path thanks to the weak euro’s current situation, lower costs, and rising sales of Nivea and Eucerin products; although it remains cautious after business slowed in the first half of the year in the Western...
Although the brand is present in the Czech Republic and Slovakia, Missha is now concentrating its efforts on Western Europe, particularly Germany, where cosmetics account for the largest share of the European market.
L'Oréal first quarter sales dropped 2.2% as demand for mass market products and brands such as Garnier and Maybelline slows, but company CEO Jean-Paul Agon is confident that the French firm will bounce back as quickly as next quarter.
The world’s biggest cosmetics company, L’Oreal, has recorded continued growth at well above market average rates for its second quarter and first half financial results, although southern European revenues decline.
L’Oréal CEO Jean-Paul Agon has announced a series of key executive appointments, all of which will take effect from 1st of July, this year. The appointments all include key executives who all have a significant history in the company, including Nicolas...
That expert is Philippe Milazzo, global cosmetic & perfumes marketing manager at packaging specialist DuPont, who tells this publication that the notion that Asia’s sustainable goals not being as high up on the list as Europe’s packaging brands for...
L’Oréal CEO Jean-Paul Agon has stated that he does not expect any change in the next twelve months for the global cosmetics market after the French firm posted its third-quarter sales in which growth has slowed.
The unstable economic environment, particularly in Europe, has taken its toll on the consumer packaging business, with beauty packaging being one of the worst hit, according to global packaging supplier MWV.
A number of the most significant players in the European natural personal care market are lining up strategies to expand into new geographic markets and tap into a market that should reach a value of €2bn this year.
L'Oreal has met its targets for 2006 after reporting a strong
fourth quarter results, driven by renewed vigour in the Western
European markets and a continued strong performance in new markets
such as Russia and China.