Au 1er October, Frédéric Ennabli will be appointed Managing Director of the Pierre Fabre Group's Dermo-Cosmetics & Personal Care Business Unit. In this capacity, he will be a member of the Group's Executive Committee and will report to its CEO, Mr Eric Ducournau, who is also President of Pierre Fabre Dermo-Cosmetics.
On the same date, the Dr. Núria Perez-Cullell will be appointed Director of the Pierre Fabre Group's Medical, Patients & Consumers Division, reporting to Eric Ducournau, Chief Executive Officer.
The Pierre Fabre Group thanks the Dr Deborah Szafir who has headed the Medical, Patients & Consumers department since its creation in 2020, and who is about to leave the Group to pursue a personal project. Over the past 3 years, Dr. Szafir has contributed to the integration of new drugs into the Pierre Fabre portfolio in the fields of oncology and rare diseases, as well as to the implementation of the life cycle management treatments launched in 2018 for melanoma and colorectal cancer.
About Frédéric Ennabli
Frédéric Ennabli was previously CEO of YellowKorner, a French publisher of fine art photography with 130 art galleries worldwide as a network of franchisees. The first part of his career was spent in the Consumer Products division of the L'Oréal group, in marketing positions of increasing responsibility, then as Managing Director of the Swiss subsidiary. He then built a career as a business owner and entrepreneur as CEO of Club des Créateurs de Beauté from 2007 to 2010, CEO of The Body Shop from 2010 to 2013, then CEO of YellowKorner from 2014 to 2021.
About Dr Núria Perez-Cullell
A Doctor of Pharmacy and graduate of Barcelona University, Núria Perez-Cullell joined the Pierre Fabre Group in 1998. She has held a variety of positions, from Executive Assistant to Monsieur Pierre Fabre, to General Manager of the Avène Thermal Spring Water brand from 2013 to 2018, where she was previously Worldwide Marketing Director. Since July 2018, Nuria Perez-Cullell has headed the Dermo-Cosmetics & Personal Care Business Unit.