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Changing the face of the beauty industry by sustainable development

The sixth Latin American edition of the Sustainable Cosmetics Summit will discuss the ways to encourage sustainability in the beauty industry through natural ingredients and sustainable packaging and marketing practices. The event will bring together key stake-holders to debate major issues in a high-level forum.

The Summit will be hosted in São Paulo on 25-27th June 2018. Like the previous five editions, it will bring together key stake-holders in the beauty industry, including cosmetic manufacturers, ingredient & raw material suppliers, retailers & distributors, industry organizations & certification agencies, researchers & academics, investors, etc. Only the Sustainable Cosmetics Summit brings together senior executives from across the beauty industry on a regular basis at international locations…

Program Overview

DAY ONE: 25 June
8.30am: Registration
9am - 6pm: sessions on sustainability update and advances in natural ingredients.
6-7pm: Networking drinks reception

DAY TWO: 26 June
9am - 5pm: sessions on marketing best-practices and sustainable packaging.

DAY THREE: 27 June
09:30 -1:00pm Interactive Workshop 1: Openings in Global Market for Natural & Organic Cosmetics
09:30 -1:00pm Interactive Workshop 2: Cosmetic Packaging for Sustainability

More information:

www.sustainablecosmeticssummit.com/Lamerica/
Email: info@sustainablecosmeticssummit.com
Tel: + (44) 20 8567 0788

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