March 2020 was the end of a very strong financial year for CPL Aromas, the independent, family-owned fragrance house, a year in which the company again reported record sales.
CPL Aromas, the independent, family-owned fragrance house, is very happy to welcome Vincent Ricord to its creative team. Vincent has joined the company as a Senior Perfumer, working from the company’s Creative Centre in Paris for the Dubai, UK and France Divisions and for the Fine Fragrances team.
CPL Aromas, the independent, family-owned fragrance house, has added Clean Fragrances to its growing Trends Set, aiming to cover an often-unclear segment of the sustainable market.
We wanted to warn the job seekers in Colombia about unscrupulous “temporary employment agencies”, which are using the name of CPL Aromas to solicit money from unsuspecting job seekers, under the guise of entry exams before joining the company. These are false, CPL Aromas is not engaging with any temporary employment agencies in Colombia. More information in Spanish below.
We are extremely happy bunnies today – pun intended – as Colombia has signed into law the first effective ban on animal testing in Latin America! While it will fully come into force in 2024, it is a great step towards a more ethical cosmetics business worldwide.
CPL Aromas, has renewed its Brand Identity to better reflect the company’s strategy and its undivided commitment to sustainability.
Today is the International Day of the World’s Indigenous People. To celebrate, we look to CAFOD, a charity CPL Aromas have supported for 20 years and a project they have been working on for the past 3 years. The Indigenous Peoples Project has been working with indigenous communities in Mondulkiri and Ratanakiri Provinces to support some of the poorest and most vulnerable Cambodians, particularly in rural areas.
Graff Diamonds launch their first fragrance collection Lesedi La Rona, CPL Aromas’ perfumer Julie Pluchet curated the first variant.
Today, 7th April 2020, is the United Nations World Health Day.
CPL Aromas set their sustainability goals last year with a global objective to move to 100% renewable electricity by 2030.
The CPL factories around the world are working non-stop to help customers in their efforts to put a halt to the COVID-19 outbreak.
CPL Aromas are supporting CAFOD in their project of Socio-Economic Empowerment of Women in Afghanistan
The over reaching goal of this project is to economically empower and strengthen the socioeconomic rights of the underprivileged rural women in the north of Afghanistan. CPL are supporting CAFOD who are working with Hand in Hand Afghanistan (HiH Af) on providing underprivileged women with the tools and skills to create enterprises and jobs.
CPL Aromas has conducted a global pay-gap analysis and finds no gender pay gap across its subsidiaries, strengthening the principle of equal pay between men and women.