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L'Oréal Appoints Javier San Juan to New Post

February 3, 2014

Drove growth of L'Oréal Canada before taking on new role for L'Oréal Mexico.

Javier San Juan has been appointed president of the Spanish-speaking Americas and L'Oréal Mexico.
 
San Juan is recognized as one of L'Oréal's major international managers, having held various responsibilities in Spain, Russia, Romania and Argentina before joining L'Oréal Canada in 2006. During his eight years in Canada, L'Oréal has seen remarkable growth, increasing its market share of nearly 20% to over 30%.  
 
Frank Kollmar succeed Javier San Juan . He was most recently president of the Consumer Products division in Canada. Kollmar started his career at L' Oréal Canada there are 15 years in the Active Cosmetics Division . He subsequently joined the German subsidiary in 2003. His international career continued until his return to Canada in 2011. 

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