Cosme Tokyo and Cosme Tech open up to visitor registration

By Simon Pitman

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Cosme Tokyo and Cosme Tech open up to visitor registration
Reed Japan, organiser of the Cosme Tokyo and Cosme Tech event in Tokyo, Japan, has officially opened up registration to any visitors.

The event will take place at the Tokyo Big Sight between October 20 – 22 and has evolved into the biggest industry event in Japan and one of the biggest in the Asia Pacific region.

For industry professionals looking to get a window in on the latest finished products from both Japanese, Asian and international players, then the registration process can be carried out by clicking here.

On the ingredients, formulation, OEM and packaging side of the industry, industry professionals can register for this year’s Cosme Tech event by clicking here​.

Registration is free of charge

The visitor registration process is free of charge and the organisers say that they actively encourage any professionals who have interests in all aspects of the industry to register for both events, which will be held simultaneously at the Tokyo Big Sight.

Registration also includes admission to the keynote presentation that will take place on October 21 at the exhibition’s Conference Tower, which will take place between 10:30 – 12:30 and will be simultaneously translated.

Titled ‘Insights From Leading Companies – Cosmetic Development to Meet Market Needs – the keynote speakers will include Estee Lauder’s Akira Yokozeki, who is executive director for the Clinique and Origins brands for global development, together with Shiseido’s Shigekazu Sugiyama, who is corporate office responsible for marketing of the Japan cosmetics business.

One show, covering all bases

The two shows are co-held to platform every aspect of the industry, from raw materials and packaging, all the way up to the very latest in innovative finished goods from Japanese, Asian and international companies.

This year the event will be hosting over 600 companies from 30 countries, including France, UK, Singapore, China, Australia and Korea, and will be opening its doors for the three day event

Number of exhibitors set to almost double in 2014

Last year the event attracted around 380 exhibitors on the show floor, but significant expansion combined with the timing for the new dates means that this year the organiser is expecting to host as many as 700 exhibitors on the show floor.

Likewise, the fact that competitor exhibition Cite Japan will not be held because it is a bi-annual event and will not be staged again until May 2015, is also likely to help attract more interest in the event.

The event is also looking to build on visitor numbers that were in excess of 20,000 in 2013, mainly from Japan and other Asian countries. This year a particular aim will be to increase international visitors, both from Asia Pacific and other regions.

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