By  on November 26, 2018

Forty years after joining L’Oréal, Jean-Paul Agon makes for an unlikely revolutionary.

Yet the chairman and chief executive officer of the world’s biggest beauty company is more bent on change than perhaps at any other time in his storied career, which has seen him methodically rise from product manager to strategic visionary. “I have tried to completely transform L’Oréal to adapt it to what I thought would be the world of tomorrow,” said Agon, whose key accomplishments include catching the digital wave early, pioneering record-producing programs in sustainability and social responsibility and driving growth in key emerging channels, including Asia and travel retail.

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