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GloProfessional: appointed Robin Olson as vice president of marketing.

April 4, 2013

• GloProfessional: appointed Robin Olson as vice president of marketing. She will lead all marketing and PR campaigns, manage the marketing team and develop initiatives.

As a veteran in the product development industry, Olson brings more than 15 years of experience to the brand. During her tenure with Colomer USA, she led marketing and product development domains for Colomer’s (formerly Revlon’s) division of professional beauty brands such as American Crew and MOP Modern Organic Products. She ultimately developed a creative services team to centralize multi-brand, multi-media marketing campaign execution for five global brands.
 

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More recently, Olson directed R&D and operations for Pangea Organics with responsibility encompassing product development, design, purchasing and production, delivering multiple beauty product and packaging design awards.
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