Caroline Andreotti is Executive VP GTR as Coty establishes standalone division

By Luke Barras-hill |

Caroline Andreotti has been appointed as Executive Vice President, Global Travel Retail at beauty giant Coty Inc. following an internal restructure.

Based in Geneva, Andreotti (pictured right) possesses more than 20 years’ experience in the fragrance, skin care, body care and colour categories across Asia and previously held the post of Coty Luxury General Manager for China.

Announcing the news to partners via a circular, Coty Chief Commercial Officer Edgar Huber also revealed that Coty has decided to position travel retail as a separate standalone organisation.

Edgar Huber, Chief Commercial Officer, Coty.


The new entity is supported by a multi-functional leadership team, including Paula Larroque for Travel Retail Americas (Miami), Olivier Louis for Travel Retail Asia Pacific (Singapore), Nicolas Morel for Travel Retail Europe (Geneva), Markus Stauss for Global Marketing (Geneva), and Eymeric Monange for Global Trade Marketing (Geneva).

Meanwhile, Txema Marquiegui, Senior Vice President, Travel Retail will focus on Coty’s key ‘go-to-market’ transformation projects across all regions and reports to Huber.

“I would like to take the opportunity to recognise Txema Marquiegui for his dedication and contribution to the business of Travel Retail over the last months,” said Huber.

“I look forward to our continued strong partnership in these challenging times and to shaping together the future of our joint businesses.”



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