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Yves Rocher (company)

Yves Rocher
Industry Manufacturing
Founders Yves Rocher
Headquarters La Gacilly, France
Products Cosmetics
Revenue 2 billion
Employees 13,001

Yves Rocher is a worldwide cosmetics and beauty brand, founded in 1959 by the French entrepreneur Yves Rocher (1930–2009) and based in La Gacilly. The company is present in 88 countries on five continents and employs 13,500 personnel, excluding more than 215,000 through additional indirect jobs.

The Yves Rocher group achieved a turnover of 2.012 billion euros in 2004. The group also manages the brands Daniel Jouvance, Dr Pierre Ricaud, Isabel Derroisné, Petit Bateau, Kiotis, Stanhome and Galérie Noémie.

The company maintains a botanical garden, the Jardin botanique Yves Rocher de La Gacilly, at its industrial site in La Gacilly. It is open to the public without charge.


The Yves Rocher Foundation was founded in 1991 by Yves Rocher under the aegis of the institute of France since 2001.


Yves Rocher Vostok, the company's East Europe subsidiary, sued Russian opposition politician Alexey Navalny and his brother for fraud and money laundering. Novaya Gazeta accused Bruno Leproux, managing director of Yves Rocher Vostok, of assisting Russian government's repressions against Alexei Navalny.[1][2]

Since August 2014 movement "One Question for Yves Rocher"[3] has been expanding in Europe in order to make Yves Rocher corporation to take a definitive position on the case against Navalny.


  1. ^ In Russia, Yves Rocher is going to plant three million trees and put away the two Navalny brothers?
  2. ^ Yves Rocher объявили «пособником политрепрессий» из-за жалобы на Навальных, призывают к бойкоту компании(Russian)
  3. ^ One Question for Yves Rocher

External links

  • Yves Rocher - official website
  • Yves Rocher Foundation
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