By  on February 15, 2007

PARIS —For the first time in his tenure as L’Oréal chief executive officer, Jean-Paul Agon reviewed the company’s full-year turnout, for 2006, and outlined its vision that continues to stretch both far and wide.

In a meeting at company headquarters in the Paris suburb of Clichy, Agon — who became ceo in late April 2006 — and L’Oréal’s divisional managers discussed key topics for the firm.

Among them, 2006 was a year of some firsts. Last year marked the first time L’Oreal’s skin care (including sun care) category rang up the most business in the company. On a geographic basis, it was a banner year for L’Oreal in emerging markets, since its sales in the “rest of the world” zone overtook North America’s.

For complete coverage see tomorrow's issue of WWD.

To continue reading this article...

load comments
blog comments powered by Disqus