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Cosmoprof North America: USD 9.5 million in business prospects for Brazilian companies

The 19 Brazilian companies participating in the 14th edition of Cosmoprof North America Las Vegas, via the Beautycare Brazil export program, had the opportunity to hold 575 business meetings that are expected to generate about USD 9.5 million in business for the next 12 months, said the managers of the program.

The following companies participated in the event: Beox Professional, Biolab, Bionat, Brazilian Oils, De Sírius, ECosmetics Internacional Salon, Embelleze, Exo Hair, Gnano, Ideal Cosméticos, Itallian Hairtech, Kaedo Cosméticos, Mundial/Impala, Nunaat, Sweet Hair, That Girl, Veromed, Vidal Life e Zobhana Kosmetics.

"The quality of the event and of the area dedicated to the Brazil’s Pavilion were some of the points highlighted by executives from member companies of the sectorial program," said Gueisa Silvério, Beautycare Brazil manager.

Consul General of Brazil in Los Angeles, Bruno Bath, said he was glad that the Consulate General of Brazil once again supported the participation of Brazilian companies at Cosmoprof North America. "The show, one of the largest for this industry in the US, provides an opportunity for Brazilian companies to expand their contacts with distributors, importers and sales agents, to get greater knowledge about the market and trends, and to strengthen their brands and images in the USA," he added.

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