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Mr. Henry Renella

Wrong Henry Renella?

Senior Vice President Global Pack...

The Estée Lauder Companies Inc.
767 Fifth Ave
New York, New York 10153
United States

Company Description: The Estee Lauder Companies Inc. is a manufacturer and marketer of skin care, makeup, fragrance and hair care products. Its products are sold in over 140 countries...   more

Employment History


  • M.B.A. , Management
    Long Island University
  • undergraduate degree , Management
    St. Thomas Aquinas
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Stars Shine at Luxe Pack - Beauty Packaging Magazine, 28 Mar 2014 [cached]
Maybe not, according to Henry Renella, senior vice president global packaging, The Estée Lauder Companies, who revealed that while Estée Lauder is a leading proponent of cradle-to-cradle thinking and post-consumer packaging materials, the message may not necessarily resonate with all consumers. Thus, there's no mention of it on Estée Lauder brand packages-while on Aveda, another Estée brand, it's clearly touted. "It's a personal choice to put post-consumer on the package," said Renella.
Mark Rosen's session on luxury included: (l-r): Rosen, Karen Young, Henry Renella, George Utley and Stephen Pearlman.
Henry Renella, Senior Vice ..., 16 June 2010 [cached]
Henry Renella, Senior Vice President of Global Package Development, Estee Lauder
Speaking at this year's Luxe Pack ..., 24 Oct 2011 [cached]
Speaking at this year's Luxe Pack event in Monaco, Estee Lauder senior vice president, Global Package development, Henry Renella, explained how sustainability needs to be approached differently depending on the target market.
Renella explained that some people like sustainability claims and some do not, and when comparing luxury packs with mass packs, it is not uncommon to find the former being more subtle - but he pointed out this doesn't mean a brand can't be sustainable in its packaging.
"Are luxury consumers ready for a radical swing in the look of their packaging," he asked.
Renella was speaking as part of a session constructed by fashion designer Marc Rosen on luxury packaging and the importance of innovation, creativity and sustainability, and whether these were just buzzwords or bywords in the industry.
Renella opened with definitions of the first two keywords, before explaining that they need to work in unison to be successful, as there is no point having one without the other.
sustainability | Janus Thinking Janus Thinking, 22 Nov 2011 [cached]
The Estee Lauder senior vice-president of global package development, Henry Renella, said (speaking at a Luxe Pack event in Monaco) that luxury brands can be sustainable while being subtle about their eco-credentials.
The schedule for Thursday 20th October ..., 25 Aug 2011 [cached]
The schedule for Thursday 20th October includes the following speakers: Alex Theodorou and Sav Savva - SabotagePKG, Ute Von Buch - Creativ Verpacken, François Camilli - LF Beauty, Julien Saada - MAESA, and Henry Renella - Estée Lauder.
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