Sales: $3.0 billion
Bris Rocher, chief executive officer; Jacques Rocher, president, Yves Rocher Foundation, Group Sustainable Development and prospective director; Jean-Michel Garrigue, deputy CEO secretary general, M&A and diversification brands; Vincent Nia, deputy CEO, specialist beauty brands and integration director; Guy Flament, deputy CEO and Yves Rocher CEO; Yann-Étienne La Gall, deputy CEO human resources, group communication & organization; Yann De Feraudy, deputy CEO, operations and ITBS
Yves Rocher, Arbonne, Stanhome, Dr. Pierre Ricaud, Daniel Jouvance, Kiotis, Flormar, Sabon, ID parfums
Face care: Cleansing Purifying Micellar water, Sebo Pure Face Care Végétal kit, Purifying Gel Mask with Organic Peppermint, Regenerating Balm Mask with organic calendula, Glow Granita Scrub, Soothing Foam Mask with Organic Chamomile. Makeup: Hello Printemps eyeshadow palette, highlighter duo and nail polish + top coat. Hair care: Universal Botanical hair balm; Fragance: Mon Rouge eau de Parfum
Comments: Privately-held Groupe Rocher produced nearly 700 million products in 2019. Last year, 35% of sales came from Europe (excluding France), 27% from France, 25% from the Americas and 13% from AAME. By distribution channel, 40% of sales were in-shop, 36% direct sales, 12% mail-order, 6% digital and 6% other.
In December, the company became a purpose-driven company, combining ambition with a mission to serve the common good: to reconnect people to nature. But the company was determined to do more, so in May, CEO Bris Rocher, announced that GR adopted the status of a French “mission-driven company.” As the first mission-driven company under French law since 2019, Groupe Rocher places respect and defense of human rights at the top of its priorities in the management of its business.
The moves come after the company met the 2020 environmental objectives it set back in 2015, including reducing energy and water usage. For example, renewable energy accounts for 41% of the group’s total energy use. The original objective was 30%. Now, the company is formulating its 2030 objectives, which will involve biodiversity and making La Gacilly a low carbon territory.