Posted September 10, 2018 06:18:22 Imperial Beauty Care, the empire beauty brand, is a global leader in the fields of beauty care, and has been a beneficiary of its strong leadership for a long time.
This year, it has announced a major new acquisition: it will be acquiring the transgender beauty care company Empire Beauty Care.
This comes after the company had recently hired its first openly transgender employee, Andrea Gee, as its chief executive.
The acquisition will see Empire Beauty care for more than 1.5 million people globally, according to the company.
In 2016, Empire BeautyCare sold to Cosmopolitan for $600 million, which is expected to be a $500 million deal.
The company, which has over 500 stores worldwide, has had a longstanding relationship with Cosmo and the company was one of Cosmo’s most valuable brands, according a 2016 investigation by Vanity Fair.
Empire Beauty, founded in 1997, was founded by former Playboy Playmate and actress-turned-CEO Lisa Kudrow, who went on to become the company’s CEO and CEO of Beauty Care Cosmetics, a cosmetics company.
As part of the acquisition, Empire is also acquiring Cosmo, the largest online beauty retailer in the world, which operates about 6,000 stores in more than 100 countries.
In addition to the new acquisition, Imperial Beauty will be merging with its largest cosmetics division, Beauty Care Inc., which is currently owned by Cosmo.
Empire will continue to be an independent company, but it will now be owned by Empire Beauty.
In a statement to Business Insider, Empire said, “We are thrilled to be joining the Empire Beauty family, which represents the most significant change in our company’s leadership for decades.”
Empire Beauty CEO Andrea Gifford, who is transgender, has been open about her sexuality for many years, and she told The Guardian that she has “always felt it was important to be out to myself and my friends and to others.”
Empire has also featured a trans woman as an executive producer, and Empire Beauty was one the first companies to have a transgender female on its board.
Giffords transition has made her an advocate for transgender people.
She has also spoken about the difficulties of being trans in her own life, and Giffors support of trans women is one of the reasons why Empire Beauty has been so important to her, she told Vanity Fair in a 2016 interview.
Gee is expected on a board of directors with Empire Beauty’s existing CEO, who will also become a director.
“I am thrilled to join the Empire family, and I know Andrea will be an excellent leader of the new Empire Beauty company,” Gifferson said.
GEE, who came out to her husband, Adam, when she was 17, has also been active in trans issues in the past.
She is the founder of the Trans-Tasman Alliance of North America, which works to promote trans-inclusive trans-themed business models.
In 2018, she spoke at a Transgender Day of Remembrance in Toronto.
Empire’s CEO, Andrea Kudrows son, Adam Kudsell, is also transgender.
In 2017, the elder Kudsey, who was a vice president at Cosmo at the time, was asked about whether he would support Giffers transition, and he said that he would, but he didn’t want to “initiate anything.”
Adam Kiddell told The Independent, “I think there are a lot of people who do not think he should be in the company, and they should think about who he would be serving.”
He added that he did not think Giff’s transition would have any impact on Empire’s business.
“There’s no way we’d be a part of a company with Andrea in the CEO role,” Adam Kidyll said.
“She’s a very, very smart, strong and ambitious person.”
Empire said that Gifferts transition was not affecting their business and that she was “a tremendous asset to the Empire brand,” according to Empire’s announcement.
“We have had a very positive and supportive relationship with Andrea for many, many years,” said Gifferd.
“Her experience and expertise is extremely valuable to us, and her leadership qualities are also very valuable to the brand.”
Empire also announced that it had hired three more transgender employees, including two transgender women.
It was also announced this week that Empire Beauty will hire its first trans-identified woman, the CEO of a cosmetics brand.
“Imperial Beauty Care has always been a leader in creating and providing high-quality products that truly empower our clients, and we are proud to welcome Andrea GEE as our new CEO and Director of Business Development,” Empire Beauty said in a statement.
Gail St. John, who previously ran Empire Beauty before becoming CEO, is now also the CEO and COO of Empire Beauty Cosmetics.
St. Johns is the CEO, CEO and managing partner of Empire, which currently has over 600 stores worldwide