Kering champion of CSR, Clarins appoints new general manager and the other news of the day

Kering champion of CSR, Clarins appoints new general manager, Virgil Abloh revealed his first campaign for Louis Vuitton and the other news of the day.

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Kering was ranked the second most sustainable company in the world, across all sectors, in the Corporate Knights Global 100 Index unveiled Tuesday at the World Economic Forum in Davos, up dramatically from 47th place just one year ago.

The luxury goods company, which owns brands such as Gucci, Alexander McQueen and Balenciaga, has been the leader in the luxury goods, clothing and accessories category for the second year running.

In recent years, Kering has made corporate social responsibility (CSR) a pillar of its strategy and aims to reduce its environmental footprint by 40% between 2017 and 2025.

The annual Corporate Knights Index is recognized as a benchmark for corporate sustainability, measuring 7,500 companies with revenues of more than $1 billion on 21 key CSR performance indicators.


The Clarins Group has appointed Katalin Berenyi as Managing Director of its eponymous brand, according to a report published by WWD.

Berenyi will succeed Natalie Bader, who left her position as President of the brand at the end of June last year to join L’Occitane.

His experience in building and developing global brands, combined with his in-depth knowledge of Asia, true entrepreneurial spirit and passion for customer service, will be a major asset in developing the Clarins brand in the years to come,” said Zrihen, Group President in a statement.


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