Mr. Filippo Manucci has held key executive positions at multiple B2B and B2C global cosmetics companies. Before joining Fiabila, he served at Intercos, the world’s leading cosmetics ODM, as Global Senior Vice President for the Skin, Hair, Personal Care & Fragrances divisions. Prior to Intercos, Filippo held leadership positions in sales and marketing at renowned beauty houses, including Shiseido, Estée Lauder, LVMH, Yves Saint Laurent Beauté and L’Oréal. “Filippo’s experience, strategic vision and operational skills will be key to ensuring a smooth transition and leading Fiabila into its next phase of growth and innovation,” said the company in a statement.

Under the leadership of its founder, Pierre Miasnik, Fiabila has evolved into a global company in the development, manufacturing and packaging of nail polish and nail care products, with state-of-the-art production sites in France, the US, Brazil, India, Japan and Poland, serving over 440 clients, among which most of the largest traditional beauty brands worldwide.

It has been a privilege to lead Fiabila for the past 50 years, from a small French company to the global leader it is today. It is now the right time to bring in new leadership and I strongly believe Filippo is the ideal candidate. With a deep understanding of the industry and a full alignment with Fiabila’s values, Filippo brings the right mix to advance on the long-term strategy and accelerate growth, whilst upholding the legacy of the brand," commented Pierre Miasnik.

Fiabila said the “carefully planned” transition is aimed at ensuring continuity, growth, and sustained excellence for the company.

"I am honored and excited to join Fiabila as its new CEO. The Company has achieved remarkable success and a unique manufacturing footprint and know-how over the past decades. My goal is to build upon the incredible foundation already in place and I am looking forward to leading Fiabila’s talented team to drive innovation, deliver exceptional value to our customers, and ensure sustained growth," added Filippo Manucci.

Pierre Miasnik will remain involved in the company, both as a minority shareholder and a Board member.