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MakeUp in Sao Paulo 2015 opens its doors today!

The second edition of the MakeUp in Sao Paulo tradeshow will be held on 8 and 9 December 2015 at the Convention Center Rebouças, Av. Rebouças, 600, in Sao Paulo.

Suppliers of the makeup industry will welcome the 1,100 pre-registered (...)

Suppliers of the makeup industry will welcome the 1,100 pre-registered visitors

"This new edition in 2015 promises to be a great one! Not only because of the quality and variety of suppliers exhibiting, but also because of the large number visitors already registered. Figures are growing, so as this market segment," said the organizers.

Organizers have chosen the Convention Center Rebouças in downtown Sao (...)

Organizers have chosen the Convention Center Rebouças in downtown Sao Paulo

Leading global suppliers of the makeup industry will welcome the 1,100 pre-registered visitors.

The full list of exhibitors includes:

Abihpec
Adhespack
Arcade Latam
Baralan
Beautystreams
Cent Degres
Cosfibel
Cosmogen
Chromavis
Efa Packaging
Faber Castell Cosmetics
Fiabila
Geka
Information & Inspiration
Intercos
Poychromatic / Keystone
Qualipac / Ipel
Schwan Cosmetics
Simp
Sleever International
Strand Cosmetics
Topline Products
Weckerle Cosmetics

MakeUp in SaoPaulo
8 & 9 December 2015
Centro de Convençoes Rebouças
Av. Rebouças, 600 - Pinheiros, São Paulo - SP, 05402-000, Brazil
www.makeup-in-saopaulo.com

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