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Amorepacific, US, Inc. named Bradley Horowitz as the company’s new president and chief executive officer

February 1, 2013

Amorepacific, US, Inc.: named Bradley Horowitz, its previous chief operating officer, as the company’s new president and chief executive officer.

In his new role, Horowitz is focused on directing the company towards a significant growth trajectory and is committed to solidifying the brand as a leading skin care authority in North America by overseeing all strategic marketing, sales and operation functions.

Horowitz holds more than 20 years of strategic sales, marketing and management experience in the beauty industry. Prior to joining Amorepacific, Horowitz consulted for several beauty companies through his own consulting firm, BJH Consulting. Horowitz’s past experience spans a multitude of marketing and sales positions throughout the cosmetics industry, including serving as senior vice president of sales for the designer fragrance division of L’Oréal USA, and senior vice president of marketing for Clarins USA, Inc.
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