about Candice Jacoud
Candice Jacoud

Candice Jacoud has been working in the packaging industry for 15 years. Her career began at Alcan Packaging Beauty (now Albéa) as Product Marketing Manager. There, she participated in the launch of the Full Service Makeup business.

After an experience at L’Oréal, she joined the glass industry and launched the premium business unit of Saint Gobain Packaging (Verallia): Selective/Line.

She then worked for the Coty Group in packaging design and development for prestigious brands. In 2012, she then joined Aptar as Head of the Full Service Sampling + Promotion.

The Aptar family of companies is the leader in the global dispensing systems industry

The group designs “innovative packaging dispensing solutions that make people’s everyday lives easier, safer, more comfortable and more enjoyable.” Their market focus is translated into an organization through three segments: Beauty + Home, Food + Beverage, and Pharma.

Aptar Beauty + Home covers a broad scope of market fields from Fragrance, Cosmetics, and Personal Care to the whole spectrum of Home Care.

Website: www.aptar.com

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