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Brazilian companies met success at in-cosmetics 2015 in Barcelona

Brazil’s participation at the in-cosmetics tradeshow, which opened its doors from 14 to 16 April in Barcelona, Spain, generated 1,190 promising contacts for the eight exhibiting companies, which were supported by Beautycare Brazil, a sectorial programme coordinated by the Brazilian Association of Toiletries, Perfumery and Cosmetics (ABIHPEC), in partnership with the Brazilian Agency for of Export and Investment Promotion (Apex-Brasil).

According to Apex-Brasil, the eight Brazilian companies expect to generate over US$ 8 million in sales within the next 12 months from their participation in the event. This figure was estimated on the base of reports from the companies that exhibited within the Brazilian pavilion: Allergisa, AQIA, Assessa, Atina, Citróleo, Inventiva, Nanovetores and Plantuş. "This positive result is a consequence of the quality of the meetings held during the fair and, especially the recognition of how innovative is our industry," said Gueisa Silvério, Beautycare Brazil manager.

"The in-cosmetics tradeshow was very positive, especially regarding the number of customers interested in our products," said Erlandi Salvador Junior, Director of Global Sales at Allergisa.

The in-cosmetics tradeshow is one of the main events dedicated to personal care and perfumery ingredients. It is the place where leading raw material suppliers showcase their products and technological innovations. According to the organizers of the show, the 2015 edition was attended by over 8000 unique visitors, a 15% increase compared to 2014.

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