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La Prairie Group appoints two new members to Board of Directors

La Prairie Group, the luxury Swiss beauty brand, shares two senior level personnel appointments to the Board of Directors.

As of December 1, 2014, Greg Prodromides becomes Senior Vice President Global Marketing for the La Prairie brand, succeeding Lynne Florio, who transitioned to a consulting role for the company in late December 2014. Mr. Prodromides, who has been with the brand since 2013, is responsible for the evolution of La Prairie’s global brand equity, strategic positioning and the development of all products and marketing programs. Mr. Prodromides brings to La Prairie 20 years of experience in the beauty business, on local, regional and global levels. Prior to joining La Prairie, Mr. Prodromides was with Christian Dior as Global Skincare Director.

Greg Prodromides

Greg Prodromides

As of November 1, 2014, Kirsten Hangarter was promoted to Vice President, EMEA region (namely, Europe, Middle East and Africa), succeeding Pascal Hyafil, who transitioned out of the company in October 2014. Ms. Hangarter, who has been with La Prairie for over 10 years, previously acted as Business Development Director, EMEA.

Kirsten Hangarter

Kirsten Hangarter

Both Mr. Prodromides and Ms. Hangarter report directly to Patrick Rasquinet, President and CEO of the La Prairie Group.

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