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Yarosh Sets Up Advisory Firm

July 1, 2014

Consults on trends in science that impact dermatology, aesthetic medicine and more.

Daniel B. Yarosh, PhD, is a technology advisor and expert on the convergence of science and business. From 2008 to 2014, he was senior vice president, basic science research, Estee Lauder Cos. and was responsible for the company’s worldwide basic research.

On July 1, Yarosh transitioned to chief technology advisor to Estée Lauder Cos. As part of his role, he scouts for raw materials, products and service concepts for all the Estée Lauder brands.

Outside the beauty and personal care industry, Yarosh consults on trends in science, especially neuromarketing, that impact dermatology, aesthetic medicine, luxury goods and services. According to Yarosh, new insights from neuroscience and evolutionary biology are transforming the marketing of luxury products and services.

More info: Daniel B. Yarosh, PhD, Email: dyarosh@danyarosh.com; Website: www.danyarosh.com.
 
 

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