The Asian cosmetics market represents one of the most dynamic in the world, especially in China and India – the two superstar economies. Under this background, the leading cosmetic ingredients event, Asia Cosmetic Innovation Summit 2012 will provide a platform for this booming industry when it starts in Shanghai, China, on May 9th – 11th, 2012.
This event is organised by the China Decision Makers Consultancy (CDMC), collaborated wih IFRA (International Fragrance Association) and partnered with Cosmetic Valley and China Association of Fragrance Flavor and Cosmetic Industries. It attracts governments, formulators, buyers, scientists, marketing experts and distributors from across the globe.
Asia Cosmetics Innovation Summit 2012, China’s No.1 cosmetics event, will focus on innovation in R&D, marketing, business and technology within the Asian cosmetics industry. Invited to the event are 200+ distinguished guests, 30+ global powerful speakers in the cosmetics industry, 10+ of the top 100 contract manufactures and four government policy makers. There will also be eight hours of business networking with potential customers.
At the two-day event, the talks will include Regulatory Preparedness – Ensuring Quality, Improving Safety and Expanding Access; Innovation and Access: Key Success Stories by Industry Leaders; Upgrading Safety, Testing and Analysis in the Cosmetics Industry; and Exploring rapid growth in Asia – Colour Cosmetics, Men's Care and Hair Care. There will also be an Asia Cosmetic Innovation Summit Gala Dinner and Excellence Awards 2012 Ceremony to showcase the winning innovations in the Cosmeceuticals and Dermatology Arena.
There are a strong team of speakers including Tiecheng Zhang, President of China Association of Fragrance Flavor and Cosmetic Industries; Kosaku Uchida, Senior Managing Director of Japan Cosmetic Industry Association; Qi Kun Peng, Secretary General of China Quality Association for Parmaceuticals and China Cosmetic-Product Quality Associaton. There are also more than 10 cosmetic manufacturers/brand owners speaking.