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Clinique names Jean-Christophe Jourde to key North America position

Jean-Christophe Jourde has been promoted to the newly created position of Senior Vice President/General Manager for North America, Clinique. « Mr. Jourde will be responsible for driving Clinique sales and market share growth for the brand in the North America region. Mr. Jourde’s appointment will be effective from July 1st and he will report to Mr. Ricardo Quintero, Senior Vice President, Global General Manager, Market Development, Clinique, » announced The Estée Lauder Companies in a release.

Jean-Christophe Jourde - Clinique

Jean-Christophe Jourde - Clinique

Currently Jean-Christophe Jourde is Vice President/General Manager for Clinique Europe, Middle East and Africa where he oversees 38 markets. He began his career with The Estée Lauder Companies in Germany in 2004 as the Brand Manager for Estée Lauder and Aramis Designer Fragrances, later adding Tom Ford to his responsibilities. Prior to joining the Estée Lauder Companies, Jean-Christophe Jourde worked in various senior positions at L’Oréal International on brands such as La Roche-Posay, Biotherm and Vichy.

Source: The Estée Lauder Companies Inc. and Worldpressonline

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