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我英文很爛,為了這篇文章我快瘋掉了,誰可以幫幫我 L’Oreal of Paris: Bringing “Class to Mass” with Plenitude L’Oreal was born in Clichy, France in 1907, the offspring of technological innovation. Nearly 90 year later, the spirit behind answering the needs of a Parisian hairdresser in search of more subtle and... 顯示更多 我英文很爛,為了這篇文章我快瘋掉了,誰可以幫幫我


L’Oreal of Paris: Bringing “Class to Mass” with Plenitude
L’Oreal was born in Clichy, France in 1907, the offspring of technological innovation. Nearly 90 year later, the spirit behind answering the needs of a Parisian hairdresser in search of more subtle and lasting hair color for his clientele, and grocery stores throughout the United States as L’Oreal sought to bring “class to mass” in the skincare market.
From his office overlooking Fifth Avenue in New York City, Joseph Campinell, President of L’Oreal’s U.S. Retail Division explained L’Oreal’s strategy for the mass market: “We sell product in the department store and specialty store channels. The research and development we do in support of those brands like Lancome and Biotherm can be leveraged into mass market outlets as well. We call this “trickle down and fire up.” We trickle the technology down to the mass market where the high volumes are and that fires up our next generation of products by funding the research and development. In the retail division we do what the company always does: drive sales with product technology. But, since the drugstores, mass merchants and grocery stores we sell through are “self-service” types of outlet, we have to support that technology with strong advertising, merchandising and promotions. We have been very successful with this in hair colorings. Our Preference by L’Oreal brand, with the famous advertising tag-line “Because I’m worth it,” has become the market leader. I’m sure we will get there with the Plenitude skincare line as well, though we clearly have some things to work out there.”
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