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Ensure you are 2024 ready by attending Cosmetics Business’ latest Roundtable Webinar on the 26 October.
MODERATOR INTRODUCTION & MODERATION
COSMETICS BUSINESS - Julia Wray, Editor, Cosmetics Business
SPEAKER ONE: MEDIA LAB SCIENCE - Ameann DeJohn
Media Lab Science is a clinical beauty testing and media production company that uses real people to present their experience and clinical claims in marketing content including before and after video, photo, testimonial, and selfies.
SPEAKER TWO: CRODA - Aude Lemoine-Dessaint, EMEA Marketing Manager
Established in 1925, Croda is the name behind sustainable, high performance ingredients and technologies in some of the world’s most successful brands.
SPEAKER THREE: SYMRISE - Speaker TBC
Symrise develops, produces and sells fragrance, flavoring and food ingredients, cosmetic active ingredients and raw materials as well as functional ingredients and solutions that enhance the sensory properties and nutrition of various products.
SPEAKER FOUR: TOSLA NUTRICOSMETICS - Uroš Gotar, Chief Innovation Officer
Tosla is a manufacturer of high-performing liquid collagen products for the beauty health and wellness sector. Evolving from a food company, they now work on blurring the food and cosmetics industry lines.
SPEAKER FIVE: THG LABS - Kristal Goodman, Head of Product Innovation
THG Labs develop and manufacture bespoke private label skincare, haircare, bodycare, suncare and fragrance products, helping brands unlock the beauty of their potential.