This year the conferences will involve some of the biggest players in the industry, as well as industry association and research groups such as Mintel, Euromonitor International and the Hong Kong Society of Cosmetic Chemists.
The program itself will be divided up into six principle areas:
- Innovation Forum
- Rules and Regulation
- Marketing trends
- New technology sessions
- IFSCC Education Day 2013
- Chemist and formulator professional workshop
The conference program will be taking place across all three days of the event, which is being held at the Guangzhou Poly World Trade Center, between March 13 – 15.
The innovation forum will be one of the most prominent platforms at the show, and will include 19 slots each focusing on a specific area of technology or new product promotion.
The Rules and regulations conference track will take a look at the major issues in the China market right now by considering the direction the China State Food and Drug Administration (SFDA) is moving in with the interpretation of the associations International Cosmetics Asia Pacific and the Joint Development Centre.
Market Trends and Technology Session
The Marketing Trends track will be overseen by partner Euromonitor, while the new Technology Sessions will feature the latest launches from both international and domestic companies.
The IFSCC Education Day will be fronted by the Hong Kong Society of Cosmetic Chemists, who will host the day’s program, which will feature a broad range of current issues for the beauty industry.
Finally, the Chemist and Formulator Professional Workshop will feature new technologies and formulations that will feature live demonstrations and hands-on experience for participants who want a window in on the latest innovations.
More information about the PCHi event and the conference program can be found by clicking here.