L'Oreal began off as a little organization when Eugene Schueller, the proprietor, began delivering hair shading items by fusing clients' needs. He recognized what the clients required, and this is the reason, from the earliest starting point; L'Oreal was bound to be fruitful. In the wake of spreading as a looked for after brand in Europe, L'Oreal chose to wind up distinctly worldwide, and its first stop was the United States. L'Oreal was without a doubt decent at concentrate its new market. Before sufficiently long, it was contending great with the top nearby brands in America and the purpose behind its prosperity was the acquisitions that it experienced so as to develop globally. The acquisitions of organizations, for example, Maybelline, Kiehl's and Redken gone about as the pathway for the development and accomplishment of L'Oreal.
1. How did L’Oreal become the world’s largest beauty company? What was the role of acquisitions in the growth?
2. L’Oreal offers consumers worldwide “American” and “French” concepts of beauty. Are there any limits to the national beauty images it can globalize?
3. What are the global opportunities for Kiehl’s? What are the limits, if any?
4. What challenges did they face in building a global beauty business?
5. What specific capabilities did L’Oréal have (or develop) to become the world’s largest beauty company?