All news articles for May 2014

Symrise partners with GNF and UEBT in bid to reach biodiversity goals

Symrise partners with GNF and UEBT in bid to reach biodiversity goals

By Andrew MCDOUGALL

Biodiversity has been a topic well placed in the minds of the cosmetics and ingredients companies for a while now, and in honour of the International Day of Biological Diversity, Symrise is announcing its strategic partnership with the Global Nature Fund...

Emphasis on quality is the big beauty winner in China

Emphasis on quality is the big beauty winner in China

By Andrew MCDOUGALL

As the Chinese buyer market prepares to become the new reference point for industry, product safety concerns drive sales of imported brands, and the guarantee of quality is paying the biggest dividends.

How I Got To The Top: Marc Rosen, fragrance packaging designer

How I Got To The Top

How I Got To The Top: Marc Rosen, fragrance packaging designer

By Simon Pitman

Marc Rosen’s career trajectory has been remarkable. Not only has he made a name for himself as one of the world’s leading fragrance packaging designers, he has also managed to stay at the top for 35 years – a rare feat in this fast-changing arena.

Beauty using big data to identify new markets

Beauty using big data to identify new markets

By Lucy Whitehouse

Cosmetics brand Charlotte Tilbury is using e-commerce data to identify lucrative new markets, in a move which profits from the huge potential offered to beauty brands by big data.

Affordably modern: aerosol cans charming in emerging markets

Affordably modern: aerosol cans charming in emerging markets

By Lucy Whitehouse

Urbanisation is one of the key factors driving the growth of metal aerosol cans in emerging markets, Euromonitor International has noted recently, with the packaging type seen as an increasingly affordable modern option in such regions.