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CPL Aromas appoints Alexandra Kosinski as a senior perfumer

A specialist in fine fragrance creation, Alexandra joins CPL from Givaudan. Her perfumery creations have attracted Fifi Awards. She has a Master’s degree in chemistry and completed her perfumery training at the School of Perfumery - ISIPCA - in Versailles, France.After qualifying as a perfumer, she joined the fragrance house Quest, which was acquired by Givaudan, where she has worked for 15 years.

Alexandra is committed to supporting CPL Aromas’ global sustainability programme.

Burkhard Juegens, managing Director of CPL Aromas UK, said: “Alexandra has a wealth of high profile fine fragrances in her portfolio and is a widely-admired creative perfumer.  We are delighted that Alexandra has joined our team as her approach to creativity as well as sustainability mirrors the values which we, as a company, value. We have a very strong commitment to further growing our fine fragrances division and I am confident that Alexandra will contribute to our already strong team of creative perfumers”.

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