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Jan Moran is an author, beauty and fragrance authority, media spokesperson and brand communication consultant. She is an expert in creating technological solutions for retailers. She consults to retailers, brands, and investors.
She is a graduate of the University of Texas and the Harvard Business School, and attended M.I.T., the Institute of World Affairs, and the UCLA Writer's Program.
She is the creator of Scentsa, a revolutionary touch screen system for retailers. She is the founder of Crescent House Publishing, Inc., and served as Co-CEO for many years. As a management consulting executive for Deloitte & Touche, she advised corporate clients in the U.S., Canada, and Japan. She has also worked as programmer, and managed retail beauty accounts for Yves Saint Laurent, Parfums Stern, and other brands. Her varied background offers a unique perspective to her consulting clients.
Awards include a FiFi Award for Technological Innovation from The Fragrance Foundation, A Stevie Award, and a Cisco Growing with Technology honor.
Moran is the author of the books, Fabulous Fragrances I and II, which earned a position on Rizzoli Books top ten bestseller list. Her consulting services include brand communication, technology solutions for retailers, training, and media relations. Her list of clients includes Sephora, JCPenney, DFS Galleria, Nordstrom, Pfizer, and Edelman PR, among others.
As a seasoned media expert, she has been featured on Extra, CNN Headline News, in Allure, InStyle, Women's Wear Daily, Martha Stewart Weddings, Ladies Home Journal, Cosmopolitan, New York Magazine, San Francisco Chronicle, Us Weekly, Dallas Morning News, Miami Herald, and also hosted a morning talk show. As editor and writer, she has covered fragrance, beauty, and spa travel for a variety of publications, including Costco Connection, Portholes, Cosmopolitan, Complete Woman, Radisson Seven Seas Style, Windstar Sophisticate, and Carnival Cruise Gateways.
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