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Jul 18, 202410:42am

Lacoste names two new execs for marketing and distribution

The company has hired former Vente Privee CMO Catherine Spindler as new executive vice president, marketing and branding, and Jean-Louis Delamarre as vice president, markets and distribution.

Sep 11, 2019 — 5:19pm

Lacoste names two new execs for marketing and distribution



Lacoste boosts its management team. The French company, owned by Maus Frères International, has hired two new executives for its distribution and marketing areas. Catherine Spindler, former Vente Privee chief marketing officer, has been appointed executive vice president, marketing and branding.


Spindler began her career at LVMH, and later she held different communication and marketing roles at Yves Rocher. She has also been brand vice president and member of the executive committee of the Dr. Pierre Ricaud brand.


She will succeed Sandrine Conseiller, who has been appointed chief executive officer of Aigle, also owned by Maus Frères. Lacoste has also named Jean-Louis Delamarre as vice president, markets and distribution. Delamarre will replace Didier Lalance, who left the company.


Delamarre began his career at Procter&Gamble, where he worked for over 20 years in different roles. In 2014 he joined the Lacoste group as chief executive officer Asia-Pacific and chief executive officer Global Travel Retail. Both Spindler and Delamarre will join Lacoste’s executive committee.

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