British hair care brand Tangle Teezer has launched an Innovation Advisory Board panel that brings together global business leaders and experts from across the retail, hair care, technology, ESG and scientific communities.
Last September, the groundbreaking UK company announced a record £43.5m profit for the full year 2021. This was a 46% increase over the previous year and the company posted a profit of £9.6m for him.
In the announcement, Tangle Teezer said the advisory board will bring together global business leaders and scientists to support the company’s future growth.
Susan Hooper, Chairman of Tangle Teezer, will lead the Board of Directors and will “provide management with a unique perspective and insight that will support the development of the Tangle Teezer brand and facilitate closer collaboration with key business stakeholders.” .
Hooper has held senior positions at PepsiCo, Acromas Group, Saatchi & Saatchi, held positions at ESG, was a founding director of Chapter Zero and chairman of Carbon Gap.
Advisory board members have held senior positions with global brands such as Dyson, Apple, Lululemon, Allbirds, Nike and Kohler.
Additional members include entrepreneurship experts and corporate advisors from Saeed Business School, which specializes in impact-driven corporate innovation.
Hooper said: “Few categories in the consumer brand space offer such impactful and rich opportunities for innovation. By collaborating with a diverse group of innovators, we will continue to advance this legacy and ensure that Tangle Teezer becomes synonymous with pioneering hair care.”
James Vowles, Head of Tangle Teezer, said: We are delighted to have such a talented group of business, scientific and hair care experts helping us redefine and further develop the hair care category. ”
“To consistently achieve sustainable innovation in our category, we must recognize that diverse thinking and experience are paramount to the success of our strategy. With the support of our Innovation Advisory Board, I personally look forward to benefiting from the professional insights and expertise of all members. We warmly welcome our members and look forward to traveling with them.”
Tangle Teezer’s first hairbrush was launched in 2009 and includes a detangling, blow-drying and styling hairbrush that uses patented tooth technology.
The company holds 90 brush patents worldwide, 318 trademarks registered in 125 countries, and 577 design rights in 58 countries. Its products are sold through Amazon, Boots, Walgreens, The Hut Group, Target, Ulta, Superdrug, Sephora, and his CVS.