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Cosmoprof Asia might generate US$ 4.7 million business for Brazilian companies

The Cosmoprof Asia tradeshow, which took place on 15-18 November 2016 in Hong Kong, China, generated new business for the eight companies that participated in the Beautycare Brazil pavilion, the result of a partnership between ABIHPEC - the Brazilian Association of the Personal Hygiene, Perfumery and Cosmetics Industry - and the Brazilian Agency for the Promotion of Exports and Investments (Apex-Brasil).

During the event, 280 trade contacts were made with countries in Asia, the Middle East and Europe, resulting in a total of US$ 4.7 million in business expectations for the next 12 months. The supplier of finished cosmetic products who participated in the event - Brazilian Secrets Hair, Brazilian Kimberlite Clay, Embelleze, Goz Cosméticos, Mediterrani Professional, Mundial/Impala, Sweet Hair Professional e Zobhana Kosmetics - were satisfied with the quality of the visitors of Cosmoprof Asia.

"The fair, which is constantly growing, has a great potential for those who are looking for business in the Asia-Pacific area," said Gueisa Silverio, manager of Beautycare Brazil.

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