Manufacturers & Distributors

Tweezerman Changes

Anne Moratto | January 29, 2015 | 12:49 PM

Dr. Cornelia (Conny) Wittke is departing from her position as Member of the Board of Management at Zwilling Beauty Group and as President and CEO of Tweezerman International. While Wittke will leave her day-to-day role at Zwilling Beauty Group and Tweezerman International, she will stay on the Supervisory Board of both. In January 2015, Wittke will take helm of the Beauty Ideas Group, the company developing and marketing nügg skin treatment face masks.

Juergen Bosse will take over the roles as CEO and President of Tweezerman International and Member of the Board of the Zwilling Beauty Group. Bosse joined Tweezerman in 2012 as General Manager. Prior to this assignment, he worked more than 16 years for Beiersdorf, the producer of NIVEA, Eucerin and La Prairie, where he held domestic and global marketing positions. Before his position with Tweezerman, he was VP Emerging Markets with regional responsibility for Latam, Russia, Middle East, Africa, India, Turkey and more.

“Zwilling Beauty Group and Tweezerman International are positioned extremely well as the ‘go-to’ category captains for beauty tools with a wide assortment of brands and private label offers, our own factories, strong sourcing know how and a unique understanding of consumers’ wants and needs,” says Bosse. “I’m very much looking forward to continuing our aggressive growth path with the vision to become the leading company in this space.”

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