FEBEA (Fédération des Entreprises de la Beauté) continues to strengthen its expertise and services in terms of ecological transition with the arrival of Stéphanie Lumbers, 43, at the head of the Sustainable Development Department.
A graduate of Mines ParisTech (Master's degree in Environment and Sustainable Development), EDHEC Business School, and the University of Nice (Bachelor's degree in Cell Biology and Physiology), Stéphanie Lumbers has used this dual scientific and commercial expertise in a large part of her career.
She developed an expertise in the cosmetics sector as part of her entrepreneurial experience in 2003 as co-founder of a skincare brand. Within the Hygiene-Beauty DEPARTMENT of La Brosse & Dupont, she contributed from 2010 to 2020 to the offer strategy and the commercial development of the brands for which she was responsible, as product manager and then marketing manager. Before joining FEBEA, Stéphanie Lumbers was in charge of Packaging and Circular Economy within the ECOCERT Group.
Within FEBEA's sustainable development department, created 10 years ago, Stéphanie Lumbers is responsible for supporting FEBEA's 350 cosmetics member companies in the deployment of sustainable practices, including the following missions:
• Provide members with regulatory and technical expertise on the topics of packaging and circular economy, environmental footprint, biodiversity, carbon and climate.
• Define with the members the positions and strategies of the sector in terms of sustainable development.
• Federate companies, facilitate cooperation, coordinate and manage joint R&D projects and pooling of resources.