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Beautycare Brazil registers US$ 14.4 million sales forecasts at in-cosmetics Global 2017

Brazilian companies of Personal Hygiene, Perfumery and Cosmetics (HPPC), which participated in the in-cosmetics Global tradeshow, held 4-6 April in London, through the Beautycare Brazil sectorial program, a partnership between ABIHPEC (Brazil’s Association of the Personal Hygiene, Perfumery and Cosmetics Industry) and Apex-Brasil (Brazil’s Agency for the Promotion of Exports and Investments).

According to Beautycare Brazil, participants made more than 1,300 business contacts in total, 983 of them being new buyers or potential partners from Europe and Asia. The participants expect these prospects will generate about US$ 14.4 million in sales over the next 12 months, a growth of 48% compared to 2016.

The representatives of Allergisa, Aqia, Assessa, Atina Ativos Naturais, Brazilian Kimberlite Clay, Chemyunion, Citróleo, Nanovetores, Plantus e Quinua Brasil have already confirmed their participation in the 2018 edition of the sector’s largest ingredient fair, to be held in Amsterdam.

During the three days of the event, the exhibitors were satisfied with results above-expectations and with the quality of visitors, which resulted in the possibility of realizing new product development projects and innovations for the HPPC industry," comments Gueisa Silvério, manager of Beautycare Brazil.

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