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Carole Lajous appointed President and CEO of Summit Cosmetics Europe

Summit Cosmetics Europe, a company specializing in the distribution of raw materials for the cosmetics industry, welcomes Carole Lajous as its new President and CEO.

Carole Lajous has over 30 years' experience in the raw materials industry. She previously managed Cognis France and Laboratoires Serobiologiques, a producer of natural and green active ingredients for cosmetics and nutrition. She played a key role in the successful integration of Cognis France into BASF, when Cognis was acquired in 2010. 

Carole Lajous subsequently held the position of CEO for various companies. She was also Senior Advisor and independent director on the Board of Roquette Frères, participating in operational missions linked to merger-acquisition projects. 

"Joining Summit Cosmetics Europe allows Carole Lajous to manage a committed team and ensure the growth of this historic company with a deep commitment to maintaining and accelerating partnerships with suppliers and customers."the company says.

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