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in-cosmetics Asia 2022

BITEC - Bangkok, Thailand
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Session date and time:

1 Nov 22 | Thailand Time: 10:00 AM - 2 Nov 22 | Thailand Time: 11:00 AM

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Join in-cosmetics Asia, where all areas of the cosmetics industry connect to inspire, share insights and spark potential collaborations.

Celebrating excellence in the field of ingredient innovation, in-cosmetics Asia also offers high-quality education on the latest science and trends.

Plus, with targeted networking opportunities for the international personal care ingredients community, you can uncover the tools to engage in new business and evolve your brand.

Whether you are a visiting personal care creator or exhibiting supplier of ingredients, fragrances, lab equipment, testing or regulatory solutions, in-cosmetics Asia has something for you.

Join us for fresh-thinking and development, unlocking better experiences for consumers in a changing world.

First session title: Beauty in Recovery: Rebound Amid Market Volatility

Session description: The recovery that the industry anticipated after a challenging 2020 was reflected in a solid rebound in 2021. Driven by wellness, skin care led while colour cosmetics and fragrances regained momentum. E-commerce slowed, but increased penetration in certain categories, like skin care. The rising cost of goods and inflation casts uncertainty on economic gains. Price sensitivity due to market volatility in 2022 will heighten demand for multi-functional and affordable beauty and personal care.

Date and time of the EMI session: 1st November, 11:00 -11:45 ICT

Name and title of speakers involved: Julia Illera, Senior Consultant, Euromonitor International

Second Euromonitor presentation title (session title):

Value Creation Through Back to Basics in Health and Beauty

Summary of what Euromonitor will present on (session description):

Evolving wellness priorities around physical and emotional health point towards simplicity, new perceived value and relevance that instills optimum quality and trust. This calls for a no-frills approach grounded in authenticity and expert-backed efficacy. A new value reset will entail a revisit of brand messaging and positioning, alongside fostering accessibility, inclusivity and purpose

Date and time of the EMI session: 2nd November, 12:00 -12:45 ICT

Name and title of speakers involved: Julia Illera, Senior Consultant

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