Stuart Leitch, New President at Lancôme USA


Stuart Leitch, current President of Retail Sales and Business Strategy for the L’Oréal LUXE division, has been appointed to the role of President, Lancôme USA, effective January 1, 2020.  Stuart will be reporting directly to Megan Grant, President, L’Oréal LUXE USA.

“I am delighted to welcome Stuart as our new leader at Lancôme. His business expertise and deep knowledge of the luxury market makes him well-positioned to head the brand,” says Grant. “As the new  President, he will be responsible for continued growth and profitability of Lancôme, which I am confident he will achieve with strong results.”

In his most recent role, Leitch has served as a critical strategist for the entire LUXE division: building and fortifying strong relationships with key retail partners; measuring and analyzing the prestige market; and changing the Omni channel approach, all of which has transformed the strategy and overall ways of working for the division.

Leitch will succeed Suriya Parksuwan, current President of Lancôme USA, who has been promoted to become the Managing Director for L’Oréal LUXE UK & Ireland, also effective January 1st, 2020. During the past four years in this role, Parksuwan has led Lancôme to deliver constant year over year growth, securing a significant lead in the prestige market while strengthening the                                                                                          equity and desirability of the brand.

Christine Schott Ledes
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  1. Dr. Dea Adria Mallin says:

    Stuart Leitch, Lancôme CEO, needs to know that his company is unreachable unless a client is buying. Yet you are consistently ripping off the consumers and taking zero responsibility. So, when you have secretly shortened the hidden innards of one of your lip products without informing your salespeople or your consumers, you need to be willing to discuss this, and especially with a longtime consumer reporter, and a longtime purchaser of your products. I started in 1968 in Paris… As a professor of communications and as a longtime consumer reporter, l can no longer recommend a company who only sells even one intentionally inferior product
    now, and who hasn’t a single person available to talk to clients at Lancôme headquarters. Even your operator was not on duty for five separate calls all day today
    .You do not list your directors. and you insist that the caller know their names and positions somehow. An impossibility since you no longer list anyone, nor the position, nor the extension.

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