The French family business, which employs more than 16.000 staffs and reched a sales turnover of EUR 2,4 billions through nine brands (Yves Rocher, Arbonne, Petit Bateau, Stanhome, Kiotis, Dr Pierre Ricaud, ID Parfums, Sabon and Flormar), continues the restructuration of its governance structure. The company has unveiled its new operational organization, which will be in place from September 1, 2023.
Headed by the group new CEO new, Jean-David Schwartz, the new Executive Committee will be in charge of the operational management of business and the deployment of short and medium-term strategy, in particular with the aim to improve the group’s profitability.
The new Executive Committee includes:
Jeanne Renard, Group People and Mission;
Laurent Delaurière, Finance and Legal Department;
Stanislas Duthier, Group Information Systems Department;
a forthcoming appointment to the Group New Product Development d,
Vincent Taglioni, Group Operations;
Alexandre Rubin as Chief Executive Officer of Petit Bateau;
Guillaume Darrousez as Chief Executive Officer of Yves Rocher, also in charge of the Dr.Pierre Ricaud brand and Global Strategic Insights;
Jennifer Orlando, CEO Arbonne;
Matthieu Gomart, CEO Flormar;
Joffrey Chartier, CEO Sabon;
Stéphanie Marnat-Chastenet, CEO Stanhome.
According to the Rocher group, this new organization – notably with the addition of the Brand General Managers to the Executive Committee – will facilitate more coordinated and reactive decisions.
“Bris Rocher has entrusted me with the task of passing on a sustainable company to future generations. My priority is therefore to develop business models that meet the major social and environmental challenges. In the short term, this will mean more profitable, desirable, and committed brands to all our stakeholders. I wish every member of this new Executive Committee success. Together, we will succeed in driving the Group’s transformation,” explained Jean-David Schwartz, Groupe Rocher CEO.