Today, Dan Bethelmy-Rada is considered to be one of the beauty industries most revered and sought-after talent. At only 40 years of age, Dan Bethelmy-Rada is considered the youngest DMI General Manager appointed by a large company. Currently, Dan Bethelmy-Rada sits as the Global Brand President for L’oreal’s Professional Products Division. Dan Bethelmy-Rada’s strength consists of his marketing strategy and ability to explore and utilize current trends. Dan Bethelmy-Rada success record places him at the top of executives in the beauty industry. We reached out to Dan Bethelmy-Rada in order to find out a little bit about his history in the industry and some of his tips and tricks that have made him such a success.
How where you introduced and made your way into the Beauty Industry?
As a child, he would often move from city to city with his family, during this time he figured out that every part of the work has a different take on what is considered “beautiful”. It was, however, until his foreign abroad studies through the AFS-USA that he realized a career in the beauty was not only possible but profitable. His career with L’oreal began after he earned his MBA from ESSEC Business School in 2002.
What is one trend that excites you right now?
Although social media platforms are not that new, he believes that they are still a great opportunity to reach a more broad audience. This continuing trend will no doubt continue and cross over other platforms as the years go by. As far as trends within the beauty industry, Dan Bethelmy-Rada states that the current infatuation with experimenting with hair color is really something to look at.
What makes you more productive?
Seeking a perfect work-life balance is crucial to being productive, says Dan Bethelmy-Rada. Being able to formulate and keep a schedule that gives equal opportunity and focus to both family and career will no doubt provide you with a successful and happy life. In addition, he mentions that you can never really stop time but you can make it work for you with the right organization tactic.