Directrice de l’Affichage Environnemental et Social, L’Oréal
Clémence Gosset served successively as a Global Marketing Director for L’Oréal Group brands Helena Rubinstein, Lancôme and Biotherm. She then created the “Prospective & Trends” department, which became the Group Innovation Department, with Gosset overseeing the Skincare & Makeup categories. During her time in this role, she actively contributed to the shift of the R&D Division towards product innovations that would cater to a growing trend for more natural products and sustainable consumption. In 2012, she established the R&I Image and Internal Communication department to support the transformation of the Research division (3,800 researchers across five continents) as it geared up to adapt to new technological and sociological shifts.
In 2019, Clémence Gosset joined the L’Oreal Corporate Responsibility Department to pilot the Consumer Information. In this capacity, she leveraged SPOT, the science-based footprinting and eco-design tool developed by L’Oréal, to create a unique communication mechanism that releases the environmental and social impact of each product and thus helps consumers to make more sustainable consumption choices. The L’Oréal environmental scoring is now live across 7 brands, 20 European countries, and Americas (Mexico, USA). Clémence Gosset is also actively supporting the work of the EcoBeautyScore Consortium and contributes to the industry’s effort to co-design a science-based product scoring methodology that is common to all cosmetic players.
Since 2019, Clémence Gosset is also member of the Conseil de l’Ethique Publicitaire, an advisor entity of the ARPP (Autorité de régulation professionnelle de la publicité), the French advertising professional self-regulation body.