Colgate appoints key executives
NEW YORK Colgate-Palmolive has appointed four key executives to senior leadership positions reporting to Ian Cook, president and chief executive officer.
“In their respective roles they have all delivered excellent business results and demonstrated outstanding management skills. These promotions will create an even stronger senior management team and position us well for continued growth,” stated Cook.
- Michael Tangney was named chief operating officer for the European, Greater Asia and Africa divisions. A 35-year Colgate veteran, Tangney has led Colgate’s business operations in Latin America since 1993.
- Seamus McBride was named executive vice president, president, North America and Worldwide Commercial Effectiveness. Continuing to lead Colgate’s U.S. business operations as he has done since 2002, McBride will now assume responsibility for Canada, Puerto Rico and the Caribbean. He will also direct Colgate’s global commercial effectiveness efforts, working with retail accounts to grow sales through promotion and in-store activity.
- Fabian Garcia was named executive vice president, president, Latin America and Global Sustainability. Since 2003, when he joined Colgate, Garcia has led the company’s operations in Greater Asia, growing sales and profits throughout those regions including Russia.
- Franck Moison was named president of global business development and technology. Moison brings more than 29 years of Colgate experience to this role leading product development and sourcing worldwide. Since 2000, he has led Colgate’s business in Europe, and more recently assumed responsibility for Central Europe and Australia.
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Euromonitor launches information system to measure ingredients in cosmetics
CHICAGO Euromonitor International, an independent provider of business intelligence on industries, countries and consumers, has announced the launch of its “Passport: Ingredients,” an information system that measures the use of ingredients in consumer products, including cosmetics.
“Our ingredient clients are looking to us to give detailed insights on how their markets are evolving so they can build strategies for the future. Equally, it can play a valuable role within any company manufacturing and marketing products to the consumer, especially in terms of procurement efficiencies,” stated John Madden, ingredients manager at Euromonitor International.
The research system analyzes and measures volume demand for 400 ingredients across 600 product categories, including cosmetics, in 80 countries, providing detailed market intelligence for ingredient manufacturers, suppliers and their customers.
The system also analyzes both supply and demand-side issues, from consumer and product trends such as growing health awareness and flavor preferences, to product and technology developments.
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