Guillaume Motte takes over as head of Sephora Worldwide

While the beauty retailer returned to the 2019 levels of activity, Guillaume Motte will have to complete omnichannel and digital acceleration to defend against increased competition in the U.S.A.

Through Regine Eveno et Sophie Baqué. Published on 05 December 2022 à 11h56 - Update on 12 December 2022 à 15h01

Projecting where Sephora may fit as the only truly global cosmetics brand with a presence in 36 countries, into the market of 2020 to 2030. Guillaume Motte has been endorsed by Chris de Lapuente, head of selective distribution at LVMH,,…

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