Top management changes at
Estée Lauder Companies
Change is afoot at Estée Lauder top management. The group announced today that Chris Good has been promoted to president for United Kingdom and Ireland, and Sandra Main has been promoted to global brand president at La Mer. Their new roles became effective on January 1, 2014.
Good was previously managing director of the group in the UK and Ireland, the company’s biggest market outside of the United States. He has been with the company for over 20 years and has held various senior level global positions.
Mr. Good will continue to report to Cedric Prouvé, group president at Estée Lauder Companies. “Chris has been instrumental in recognizing huge areas of growth for the U.K. and Ireland, helping to expand our business in this very important heritage market,” said Prouvé. “His widely respected intelligence, strong understanding of the landscape and his strategic and inspiring leadership will help take the U.K. and Ireland to its next level of growth.”
His successor, Sandra Main, joined the group in 1995 as Hong Kong brand manager for MAC and most recently held the position of senior vice president and general manager at La Mer.
The beauty giant last week announced that Jane Lauder has been promoted to global brand president for Clinique. Taking over from Lauder is Stephane de la Faverie, who has been appointed senior vice president of Origins, Ojon and Darphin. Both roles will become effective on April 1.
In November of 2012, William P. Lauder and CEO Fabrizio Freda announced an organizational redesign to drive the company’s future success by further aligning brands, ensuring focus on the greatest opportunities globally and creating growth for talent worldwide. The recent appointments are a continuation of this organizational evolution.
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