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Beauty Indonesia: A new trade show in an effervescent market

UBM, one the leading trade show organizer in Asia and a joint organizer of Cosmoprof Asia in Hong Kong, has announced the launch of Beauty Indonesia, a new trade show for beauty industry professionals. The event will be held during 19 to 21 April 2017 at the Jakarta International Expo (JIExpo), Indonesia.

Beauty Indonesia is the first trade-only show in the country with a clear focus on international participation and on representing all beauty sectors: ingredients, packaging & machinery, contract manufacturing, finished cosmetics, toiletries & personal care, wellness & spa, natural health, beauty salons, professional hair, nail and accessories,” explain the organisers.

According to Euromonitor, Indonesia will be one of the key growth markets for personal care and beauty products by 2019, together with China and India. In particular, Indonesia is set to become the second largest contributor to skin care’s absolute growth replacing the US in third.

Demand for premium products and packaging drive growth in Indonesia and the region. Product customization is in high demand in Asia Pacific, while the young Asian population shows a strong interest in beauty innovation,” adds UBM.

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