We recently interviewed Welington Fonseca. Welington is the Senior Vice President, Global Customer Marketing at Shiseido Group and a beauty and retail veteran. At Shiseido Group, he leads the charge to grow the value of our customers by building and executing on a state-of-the-art, data-driven, customer omni-touchpoint ecosystem. Welington began his career on the product
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