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L'Oréal masterclass and career opportunities - Online

Learn about the internship application process for Summer 2024

Date & time
Wednesday, November 22, 2023
11 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.

Registration is closed


This event is free


CAPS Concordia



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Target Audience: Open to all students across Canada in all majors and all degrees

L'Oréal Canada is offering an online masterclass available to all students across Canada in all majors and all degrees.

The intention of this masterclass initiatives are to share insights into common trends and topic which are impacting and transforming current business practices.

The session will take a deep dive on the topic of "redefining the beauty experience though digital marketing and beauty tech". 

The course will be given by L'Oréal Canada's Chief Digital Marketing Officer who has years of international experience in markets ranging from Asia, France, U.S and Canada.

Additionally, L'Oréal 's HR team will discuss career opportunities and outline the internship application process for all students interested in various roles for Summer 2024

The Vice President and Chief Marketing Officer of L'Oréal Canada will share the winning digital marketing recipe of how the no.1 beauty company in the world stays ahead of the game. Through technology, data, personalization, analytics and ecommerce, join this session to ride the beauty wave of one of the biggest advertisers of the world and learn about career/Internship opportunities.


About L'Oréal Canada

Because there are as many forms of beauty as there are people on earth, L'Oréal Canada's mission is to offer cosmetic experiences that reflect and recognize this diversity and individuality.We have built the richest portfolio of 40 diverse and complementary brands organized around 4 divisions. We offer a wide selection of products across a broad price range and in all categories: skincare, sunscreen, make-up, hair care and color, fragrance and other products, including personal care. We are constantly reinventing our brands to ensure that we are always in tune with consumer preferences.

L'Oréal Canada employs more than 1,500 people in a variety of roles and functions, including sales, marketing, e-commerce, information systems, operations, research and innovation, as well as a range of corporate functions in the areas of administration & finance, human resources, diversity & inclusion and engagement, etc.


Please note this event has not been coordinated by CAPS Concordia or Concordia University - all questions should be directed to the coordinators.


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