QUOTE AND NEWS
Forbes  Mar 16  Comment 
L'Oreal is flexing its digital muscle with its most recent acquisition, Canadian company ModiFace, a creator of Artificial Intelligence and Augmented Reality technologies for the beauty industry.
Forbes  Mar 15  Comment 
Tugce Bulut just raised $12 million to expand her business Streetbees, which pays people to share photos and videos which give brands like Dyson and PepsiCo insights into their customer's lives.
Reuters  Feb 15  Comment 
Nestle expects organic sales to grow 2-4 percent this year, the Swiss food giant said on Thursday after they rose a mere 2.4 percent in 2017 and a goodwill impairment on its skin health business hit net profit.
SeekingAlpha  Feb 9  Comment 
Channel News Asia  Feb 9  Comment 
PARIS: L'Oreal stands ready to buy Nestle's 23 per cent stake in the firm should its Swiss shareholder choose to sell, and it could finance a purchase through cash, by selling its Sanofi stake or by borrowing, L'Oreal's CEO said. "If Nestle one...
Forbes  Dec 14  Comment 
As demand for organic and natural personal care products grows, L'Oreal reacts with their first plant-based professional hair color line.
BBC News  Nov 21  Comment 
How an Instagram beauty blogger with more than 75 thousand followers became the first man to star in a L’Oreal make-up ad.




 
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L'Oreal is the world's largest producer of beauty and personal care products (e.g. perfume, makeup, shampoo).


Business Outline

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Trends and Forces

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Older Women and Men Will Drive Cosmetics Demand

Traditionally women aged 15-30 formed the consumption base for cosmetics companies. Since 2001 7 million new men consumers entered the cosmetics market. This growth is shown in the accompanying table. Men are beginning to purchase facial skincare products.


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Emerging Market Growth Will Increase Global Disposable Income

As emerging markets in Asia, Africa, and South America grow, income growth will spur consumption. This presents an opportunity for consumer product companies like L'Oreal. Each year 60 million new consumers achieve an income level that allows them to buy more sophisticated cosmetics products.[6] This demand growth will be seen in both the middle and high income segments of the consumer population as seen in the table.

Competition


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References

  1. LRLCY 2007 Annual Report, Consolidated Financial Results, pg. 20
  2. LRLCY 2007 Annual Report, Market Trends, pg. 31
  3. LRLCY 2007 Annual Report, Market Trends, pg. 31
  4. LRLCY 2007 Annual Report, Market Trends, pg. 31
  5. LRLCY 2007 Annual Report, Market Trends, pg. 31
  6. LRLCY 2007 Annual Report, Market Trends, pg. 31
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