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Mintel named Chris Lindsley as global skin care analyst

February 13, 2013

• Mintel: named Chris Lindsley as global skin care analyst. He joins Mintel after a successful career with Procter & Gamble, where he was R&D project manager for Olay Regenerist boutique EMEA, gaining experience in designing, analyzing and presenting qualitative and quantitative research, project management and identifying consumer trends within the skin care industry.

Previously, Lindsley also served as senior researcher in the fabric and home care sector for Procter & Gamble, responsible for technical test method development to communicate and engage consumers with P&G products, brand development and research strategies.

He will be located in Mintel’s headquarters in London, covering issues within the global skin care market.
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