Revlon Inc. is back on the sales growth track in 2012, with U.S. sales advancing 4.6 percent and overall revenues up 1.7 percent in the second quarter.
“We’re focused on driving profitable growth, and that’s a combination of organic growth and acquisitions,” Alan Ennis, Revlon’s president and chief executive officer, told WWD following the company’s earnings conference call on Tuesday. “We’ve done some small deals that fit into Revlon’s sweet spot.” Ennis said the company will continue to look for opportunities to expand its portfolio and distribution — potentially beyond the mass market into the specialty channel.
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