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FCE Pharma and FCE Cosmetique received 16,792 visitors

Celebrating their 20th anniversary, the latest edition of FCE Pharma and FCE Cosmetique tradeshows, the main business events in Latin America for the supply chain of the pharmaceutical and cosmetic industries, received 16,792 visitors. The joint events took place on May 12-14, at the Transamerica Expo Center in São Paulo.

FCE Cosmetique 2015 ©

FCE Cosmetique 2015 ©

Knowledge and Innovation Circuit

On the occasion of this 2015 edition, FCE Cosmetique introduced the Circuito do Conhecimento e Inovação (Knowledge and Innovation Circuit), a platform for communication and relationship focused on information, knowledge and experience. A free access auditorium, within the fair’s area, featured lectures focusing on innovation, trends and industry releases. Companies such as Oxiteno, Croda, Dow and Dupont sponsored this initiative, which also included exclusive contents from market research firms Mintel and GFK.

FCE Cosmetique 2015 © NuernbergMesse

FCE Cosmetique 2015 © NuernbergMesse

Also part of the Circuit was the Brazilian Cosmetology Congress dealing with "Technology, Arts and Magic. Connecting Science to the Cosmetic Market". Held in partnership with the Brazilian Association of Cosmetology (Associação Brasileira de Cosmetologia, ABC), the Congress attracted an audience of cosmetic chemists.

The 21st edition of FCE Pharma and FCE Cosmetique will take place from 10 to 12 May 2016.


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