BOOTS CHANGES: Boots International North America has officially named Kevan Quantock as the company's chief executive officer. He replaces Martin Waters, who recently joined Limited Brands Inc. as executive vice president and head of international. Quantock, who has led Boots' team in North America since Waters' departure in February, has a 15-year history at the U.K.-based health and beauty retailer. Quantock is credited with aiding the company's international development over the last eight years, and in the U.S. he helped establish Boots' relationship with both Target and CVS. The company also made several additional management changes in sales and marketing. Effective immediately, Steve Lloyd, Boots' vice president of operations, will also oversee sales as senior vice president, sales and operations. Former vice president of marketing, Dave Robinson has been named vice president of product and business development. Sandra Gabriele, previously director of communications, has been promoted to vice president of communications.
CLARINS APPOINTMENTS: Clarins Group USA has promoted two executives within its Clarins Brand Division and Clarins Fragrance Group business units. Caroline Pieper-Vogt, senior vice president of marketing for the firm's Clarins Brand Division, has been named senior vice president of sales and marketing for My Blend by Olivier Courtin, M.D. In addition to her responsibilities with the Clarins brand, Pieper-Vogt now also oversees sales, marketing, public relations and training for the My Blend skin care brand. Additionally, Danyelle Boilard-Paul has been named senior vice president of sales and marketing for Clarins Fragrance Group. She was formerly senior vice president of sales for the fragrance group. While Boilard-Paul will continue to oversee sales and training, she is also now responsible for the fragrance group's marketing, creative and public relations operations.
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