Jean-Paul Agon, Chairman of L’Oréal, has been awarded the 2022 Award from the Appeal of Conscience Foundation, an organisation that has been advancing an inspiring vision of peace for over 50 years. With this prestigious award, the foundation recognises his leadership and commitment to respecting human dignity, diversity and inclusion.
L’Oréal announced the launch of a venture and entrepreneurship funding initiative which reflects the Group’s commitment to promote gender equity. The initiative will be developed by the Group’s venture capital fund BOLD, Business Opportunities for L’Oréal Development, through a dedicated initial allocation of 25 million euros. BOLD Female Founders will focus on investment opportunities worldwide across the wider beauty ecosystem, including brands, beauty tech, biotech, and green science.
L’Oréal’s Chief Financial Officer spoke live during The Bull Club Conversations with Leaders webinar organised by eToro, a social investment network whose ambition is to revolutionise the way people invest and improve their financial literacy. On this occasion, Christophe Babule shed light on the outlook for the beauty market, as well as on digital, e-commerce and innovation, which are at the heart of the Group’s strategy.
L’Oréal received the Award for Purpose and ESG Commitments at the 2022 General Meeting and Gender Balance Awards ceremony, organised by the Institut du Capitalisme Responsable. At the event, Christophe Babule, L’Oréal’s Chief Financial Officer, took part in a round table hosted by Nicole Notat. He spoke of the vital role the Group’s purpose plays in guiding its actions and commitments on a daily basis, and strengthening its development model, which aims to combine financial value creation with social and environmental value creation.
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