STOP PRESS: Body Shop internal comms manager quits

Body Shop internal communications manager Iva Schroeder has left the company. Her departure follows that of Didier Lagae, media and internal communications head, and of global communications head Marina Galanti, in December. After Lagae, Schroeder was the most senior member of the internal communications staff.

Body Shop internal communications manager Iva Schroeder has left

the company. Her departure follows that of Didier Lagae, media and

internal communications head, and of global communications head Marina

Galanti, in December. After Lagae, Schroeder was the most senior member

of the internal communications staff.



Her resignation was prompted by Lagae’s departure.



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