NEW YORK — Julia Goldin, global chief marketing officer and senior vice president at Revlon Inc., left the company on Jan. 31, according to a company spokeswoman.
Goldin’s exit follows a series of tough moments for the company, most recently its December statement that Revlon would be exiting China. That move was the first major strategy change since Lorenzo Delpani took over as chief executive officer in October, after Revlon acquired The Colomer Group, and resulted in the layoffs of about 1,100 employees. When Goldin joined Revlon in September 2010, she told WWD that building Revlon’s business in Asia was a top priority for her, saying that China, Hong Kong, Japan, Taiwan and India were “ripe for expansion.” Prior to joining Revlon, she spent 13 years with the Coca-Cola Co., serving last as deputy chief marketing officer for Coca-Cola Japan.
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