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Team – Lucie Keller




Lucie Keller


Lucie recently joined EoM Solutions as an Associate. She grew up in the United States and finished her university degree in Economics from the University of St. Gallen in Switzerland (HSG). Her studies included an exchange semester at Keio University in Japan.

Lucie previously worked in the New Business Ventures team at Clariant in Frankfurt, Germany. She was responsible for evaluating and scoping strategic growth opportunities at discovery and early incubation stages using agile, design thinking and lean start-up methods.

She also worked at Unilever in the Consumer Market Insights Global Channels team for Home Care in Rotterdam, Netherlands. In this role, she focused on the e-commerce and professionals channels working globally and with local markets in order to support business units such as marketing and customer development.



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