Reed Exhibitions have yet to reveal the full conference programme but say it will include focused seminars around innovation, market trends and regulation, as well as a simultaneous 2-day technological seminar that will feature presentations from big exhibitor names such as Dow Chemcial and DSM.
The show will also have targeted presentations for both Korean companies wanting to do business overseas, together with international players trying to target expansion in the lucrative Korean market.
To date, Reed says it has been struck with the level of the suppliers that have opted to exhibit, with some of the key multi-national players participating, including Dow Corning, Evonik, Clarian, Lubrizol, and Shin-Etsu.
This underlines the importance of the Korean market, which is known for its innovation and the creative marketing behind a plethora of successful cosmetics lines that have proved a big hit in other Asian countries, particularly Japan and China.
Flick through this Cosmetics Design gallery for a first look at the most updated draft of the programme!