The Last King of Provence

April 2011
Forbes Asia;Apr2011, Vol. 7 Issue 5, p54
The article talks about Remold Geiger, chief executive officer (CEO) of L'Occitane Inc. L'Occitane is better known for its Almond Supple Skin Oil. L'Occitane has almost 1,500 retail stores and it charges 32 dollars for one jar of Almond Supple. It is stated that L'Occitane salespeople are trained to explain how its perfumes, lotions, and other skin care products are all traceable to a plot of land on a family farm. Geiger is also credited for making expansion in Asian countries.


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