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Strand Cosmetics Europe appoints Nathalie Dessirier as Marketing Manager.

Nathalie Dessirier becomes Marketing Manager for Strand Cosmetics Europe after 5 years as Business Manager for the US, UK and Middle East markets. She has 15 years' marketing experience, acquired at Alkos Group, Techpack and within her own marketing and market/trend intelligence company in the cosmetics industry. Nathalie Dessirier reports to Denis Richard Orliange, Marketing & Sales Director.

Strand Cosmetics thus affirms its intention to adopt a marketing approach as close as possible to the consumer experience, to provide brands with full-service solutions, and to develop products combining performance, reliability and appeal. It draws on the strengths of the Strand Cosmetics Europe group, Marvinpac, and MS Swiss Cosmetics, which offers services in product design, R&D, regulatory support, manufacturing, packaging, sourcing and design of primary and secondary packaging, and logistics, in France, Switzerland and the Czech Republic.

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