Wednesday, February 19, 2020They are the cosmetics

Camille Kriebitzsch, investor

Camille Kriebitzsch

In order to start your business, you have to meet several criteria: you need to have the right idea and the funds to start your business… and often that’s where the problem lies. While it is always possible to be accompanied by a bank, many beauty entrepreneurs decide to turn to private investment funds. Camille Kriebitzsch, co-founder of Eutopia, helps players in the cosmetics industry to grow and sustain their companies. She confided to CosmetiOBS on her investor job.

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At only 27 years old, Camille Kriebitzsch already has all the makings of a seasoned businesswoman.
After obtaining a Bac S (with honours and congratulations from the jury, please), she entered the ESCP. After a stint in London and Berlin, she returns to Paris to try her hand at her professional life.

“When I left school, I realized that the world of start-ups fascinated me. I’ve always been interested in the profiles of ambitious, good-willed entrepreneurs who want to change the world in their own way. But I didn’t want to start my own business right away,” she says. “Rather, I wanted to try to get the best out of a project, to have an empirical view of things in order to adopt the right strategy for development. That’s when I saw a job offer for an investment fund. The perfect structure for me, with a scope related to entrepreneurship, but with a very macro vision of the subjects that could interest me, such as marketing or recruitment.”

She joined Otium Capital in 2016, Pierre-Édouard Stérin’s (founder of Smart Box) family office.
“Very quickly, my team was challenged. Pierre-Édouard Stérin trusted us and let us propose a new investment thesis …

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