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Cosmogen names new General Manager

Renaud Van Den Berg as just been appointed as General Manager of Cosmogen, a French company specialising in the design and production of brushes, accessories and packaging for the cosmetics industry.

Renaud Van Den Berg

Renaud Van Den Berg

As an Engineer, Renaud Van Den Berg has 25 years of experience in the management of industrial companies in France, in Africa, in Asia (Philippines, Thailand, Korea, China), especially in cosmetics packaging and luxury industry: Qualipac, GL, Augros, Essilor.

His expertise in management and organization, his knowledge of the international markets, especially Asia, and his mastery of industrial matters and outsourcing confirms Cosmogen as a leader and an innovative partner for cosmetic brands, in the design of their packaging, brushes and applicators,” the company says.

Created in 1982 by Gerard Gieux, its major shareholder, Cosmogen has integrated design offices in France and China. The company offers standard or customized solutions to its customers and has experienced a continuing progression of its turnover.

Cosmogen recently strengthened its sales team, with the appointment of a new Export Sales Director and a new Sales Manager France.

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