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IMCD Welcomes Back Tony Jaillot as Personal Care Director

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Tony Jaillot has been appointed group business director personal care and will be based at the IMCD offices in Paris, where he will report to IMCD CEO Piet van der Slikke.

IMCD has announced the appointment of Tony Jaillot as group business director for personal care.

In his role, Jaillot will lead the Global IMCD Personal Care Business Group in establishing and driving the business strategy toward new growth markets in specialty ingredients distribution, as well as exploring new partnerships and business models.

Jaillot will be based at the IMCD offices in Paris and report to IMCD CEO Piet van der Slikke. He brings nearly 25 years of international/global business, strategy and management experience to the beauty industry including from his career, working for IMCD France.

Until recently, he served as the general manager for Cargill Beauty, where he gained in-depth industry knowledge working for various cosmetic ingredients companies such as BASF in the United States and Europe. Jaillot holds a bachelor of science degree in chemistry and a masters in cosmetics, topped up with a global executive MBA from the business school INSEAD.

“We are very pleased to welcome [Jaillot] back to his industry career roots and have him lead one of our company’s fast growing businesses,” Slikke said. “We are confident that his extensive experience within the personal care industry will help us further develop, innovate and expand the business.”

“The IMCD Personal Care business has always been in the forefront of providing beauty applications and solutions,” Jaillot said. “We have a very strong set of partners who deliver innovation and technology for every market category and functionalities. Combined with IMCD’s strong commercial and technical footprint, supported by increasing digital tools, we will even more and faster offer new trends-matching concepts, explore new benefits and increase product performance, to name a few.”