By  on June 21, 2012

PARIS — Jacques Challes has been named L’Oréal’s chief innovation officer.

He is to succeed Nicolas Rosselli, who will retire on July 1.

Challes most recently served as L’Oréal’s managing director of India, a position he held since 2008. In 2000, he was appointed international general manager of Garnier. Challes first joined the French beauty giant in 1982.

He will report to Laurent Attal, executive vice president of research and innovation.

“The innovation department plays a central and major role within the R&I Department, in discovering and identifying new growth opportunities by the upstream development of major innovations and key breakthrough projects,” L’Oréal said in a statement.

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