Kopari Appoints Jeremy Lowenstein CMO

Prestige coconut-oil brand Kopari has hired its first chief marketing officer.
Jeremy Lowenstein, formerly vice president of global marketing and product development at Sally Hansen, has joined Kopari in the new role. There he will oversee global brand strategy, including marketing and innovation.
For Lowenstein, Kopari provides a chance to apply his corporate skill set to a fast-growing indie brand. “Their direct-to-consumer business is just on fire,” he said. Lowenstein will focus on growing that channel, as well as building out relationships for the brand in brick-and-mortar retailers, he said.
“I want to build and elevate a global expansion plan that’s really multipronged. Everything they’re already doing, but how do you do it better and in a bigger and more impactful way,” Lowenstein said. That will include building out all digital channels, including Facebook and Instagram communities, as well as fueling “innovation with purpose,” he said.
“Everything with the foundation around sustainably sourced coconut oil and how do you drive that ingredient story into all the products that they do and make sure that they’re meaningful to our consumers,” Lowenstein said.
Innovations like deodorant, which launched recently, can and have provided the brand with an access point to potential new customers, he noted. “The new

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