The second day of in-cosmetics Global ended in style, with awards presented to suppliers excelling in innovation, green and sensory product development. New to this year, the personal care industry also found out who had scooped the Make-up Bar Award and the first Johnson & Johnson Innovation Flash Cosmetics Pitch.
At a joint press briefing at in-cosmetics Global on 4 April, Euromonitor International revealed the latest insights into the beauty industry. According to the company’s data, premium beauty will generate an additional US$20 billion of revenue by 2021, as it continues to be the driving force behind the global beauty industry.
The in-cosmetics Group, the organiser of the world’s leading personal care ingredients events, has revealed that more than 30 000 industry professionals attended its six events in 2016 – an annual increase of 37 percent.
Sustainability, Brexit and artificial intelligence (AI) are set to be a central focus at in-cosmetics Global 2017. Taking place from 4 to 6 April at London’s ExCeL, in the UK, the event will feature 800 leading and niche suppliers showcasing their products.
Taking place in Bangkok from 8 to 10 November, in-cosmetics Asia is the must-attend business-to-business event featuring 400 leading suppliers. It also offers over 50 hours of educational sessions, all of which are free to attend.