Posts Tagged ‘Rodan + Fields’

Lori Bush Appointed New Avon Chairwoman of the Board of Managers

New York City-based New Avon LLC recently announced that Lori Bush has been appointed chairwoman of the company’s Board of Managers, effective immediately. She succeeds Jack Stahl, who has served as chairman since June 2016. “The Board of Managers and I look forward to working with Lori in this expanded capacity and are confident that…

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Rodan and Fields Make Forbes’ List of America’s Richest Self-Made Women

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Drs. Katie Rodan and Kathy Fields were among 24 self-made billionaires appearing on Forbes recently released annual list of America’s Richest Self-Made Women. The Rodan + Fields founders tied at #13 with a net worth of $1.5 billion. The 60 women on the list, led by ABC Supply cofounder and chairman Diane Hendricks with $4.9 billion, have a record combined…

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TPG Capital Makes Minority Investment in Rodan + Fields

San Francisco-based Rodan + Fields, LLC, the No. 1 skincare brand in the U.S., according to Euromonitor, has announced that TPG Capital, the global private equity platform of alternative asset firm TPG, has made a strategic minority investment in the company. TPG will take a minority stake and help Rodan + Fields continue to accelerate…

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Avon Appoints Lori Bush to Board of Managers

New York City-based New Avon has appointed Lori Bush to the company’s Board of Managers, effective immediately. Bush is experienced in both the worlds of direct selling and consumer beauty products. From October 2007 through January 2016, she served as president and CEO of Rodan + Fields. During her tenure, the company re-launched under a…

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Rodan + Fields Appoints Elisabeth Charles As Chief Marketing Officer

Rodan + Fields, the San Francisco-based skincare company founded by Drs. Katie Rodan and Kathy Fields, announced the appointment of Elisabeth Charles as Chief Marketing Officer. Charles brings more than 25 years of experience scaling and managing international, high-growth companies and driving marketing campaigns for large brands. Most recently, she was the Senior Vice President,…

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Consumer Trends: Technology Is Still King

In 1995, Newsweek magazine published an article by astronomer Clifford Stoll in which he stated that the Internet was a passing fad, and that in two or three years hence people would find little value there (Clifford Stoll: The Internet? Bah! Newsweek, February 27, 1995). Acknowledging his incredibly inaccurate prediction 11 years later in a…

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