about Juliana Martins

Juliana Martins is a senior Senior Analyst for Beauty and Personal Care at Mintel in Brazil. A Marketing and Communication professional with over ten years’ experience, she has helped companies to better understand consumer behavior and how to position their brands for maximum ROI. Juliana worked for four years with Market Intelligence at Chanel Parfums Beauté in Paris, which has granted her deep knowledge on insights and trends for the global beauty market. She is a journalism graduate from PUC-Rio and has completed two MBAs – Business Communication and Marketing – in France.

Mintel is the world’s leading market intelligence agency. For over 40 years, Mintel’s expert analysis of the highest quality data and market research has directly impacted on client success. With offices in London, Chicago, Belfast, Kuala Lumpur, Mumbai, Munich, New York, Sao Paolo, Shanghai, Singapore, Sydney, Tokyo and Toronto, Mintel has forged a unique reputation as a world-renowned business brand.

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Luxe Pack prepares for its second Los Angeles edition and announces new venue in New York

Luxe Pack prepares for its second Los Angeles edition and announces new venue in New York

Luxe Pack, the business to business tradeshow dedicated to luxury packaging, will return to the West Coast for its second Los Angeles edition on February 27-28, 2019. As per last year, the event will be co-hosted with MakeUp in Los Angeles, B2B show for beauty and skin care accessories, trends, and formulation. Luxe Pack Los (...)

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Beauty trends: Green, clean… what's next?

Pascale Brousse
Beauty trends: Green, clean… what’s next?

It is definitely a huge wave. To be desirable, a product should be green, clean, and cool – and preferably the Indie and DNVB [1] way. Green, because naturalness has become “a basic”. Clean, because products are required to be free from any polluting or suspicious substance. Cool, because they should offer the “special Millennial” (...)

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