When looking to release a product on a global scale, there are some notable areas in regulatory compliance of which a company and product developer must be aware.
Government health departments, trade associations and trading standards providers are constantly reviewing health and safety protocols for consumer products. Having foresight regarding what regulatory changes are planned, and understanding the impact of these on the manufacturing and commercial phases of delivering products to consumers is essential in order to avoid product recall, brand damage and costly litigation.
The Global Cosmetics Business Regulatory Summit will gather experts from the cosmetics and personal care industries to discuss the necessary degrees of global compliance and provide practical guidance on how to successfully overcome cosmetic compliance challenges. The conference will be held at the Crowne Plaza Hotel in Brussels, from 24-25 May and will deliver: