Marketing Trends

  • Marketing Trends & Regulations at in-cosmetics Asia

    These free-to-attend sessions allow you to find out what will be happening to future personal care demand. Explore brand new market data, case studies and insights which will assist you in developing future-proofed new products.

    World-renowned research agencies such as Mintel, Euromonitor and Kline to name a few, give their expert analysis of what the future holds for different regions and sectors of the industry. Regulatory experts also give the latest updates on legislation affecting personal care manufacturing and exports to different Asian regions and the rest of the world.

  • What benefits can you expect from attending the Marketing Trends sessions?

    • Gain inspiration for new product ideas
    • Opportunity to find out about future personal care and beauty industry trends and consumer demand
    • See which factors will affect consumer behaviour in different sectors and adjust your product offering / marketing messages accordingly
    • Make sure your product developments will comply with new regulatory changes in different countries

    For an idea of the topics discussed you can browse the seminars from 2016 here. Details of the topics and speakers for our next edition of in-cosmetics Asia will be announced in summer 2017. Check back then for more information.

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  • What else is happening?

    In addition to the Marketing Trends & Regulations sessions there are many other areas of in-cosmetics Asia to discover.

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    Missed the trends sessions in 2016?

    We have filmed the sessions and put the presentations online so that you can catch up on what you missed from last year's event.

    See the 2016 presentations

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