Estée Lauder has appointed French make-up artist Violette – who goes only by her first name – as its new Global Beauty Director.
Unilever Japan has unveiled a new hiring procedure for college students, giving them an incentive to return and work for the company following a gap period.
L’Oréal has announced the launch of a new app Pocket Coach dedicated to assisting new members of staff in learning the company culture.
Korean boy band BTS has lent its popularity to a new beauty collection, according to a report published by Korea Portal.
An African-Australian beauty blogger is calling for beauty brands and retailers to usher in greater diversity on mainstream make-up shelves, according to a report published by The Sydney Morning Herald.
Personal care giant Procter & Gamble has called for greater media transparency in Japan following a decline on its return on investment (ROI) into media, according to a report in The Drum.
Estée Lauder Companies saw sales soar 20 percent in China over the last quarter as millennials rush to mirror the lifestyles and make-up techniques touted by popular fashion bloggers, according to a report published by Bloomberg.
Reckitt Benckiser has appointed Dec PR to handle public relations for the company in the Australian market after RB was handed the largest fine in Australian consumer law history for a Nurofen campaign, according to a report published by Mumbrella.
Gillette has announced EDward Gaming (EDG), the top Chinese League of Legends team in the world, as the brand’s first global e-sports partner. Gillette’s latest move is a sign that the brand is becoming increasingly immersed in the gaming world since entering the e-sports arena earlier this year as partners with ESL.
Nivea India has announced the appointment of Neil George as Managing Director, taking over from Rakshit Hargrave, who has been promoted to Senior Vice President, India, Sub Sahara Africa & Head Sales Beiersdorf Near East.