ChemLinked Cosmetic Portal, a market information provider on regulation and compliance across Asia, has begun launching a series of ‘cosmepedia’ aimed at equipping beauty industry professionals with country-specific regulatory knowledge.
According to Shiseido CEO Masahiko Uotani, although Japanese beauty brands are on top of technology, functionality and service, there's still some work to be done on brand identity and connecting with the consumer.
Euromonitor has revealed ASEAN's four largest markets – Indonesia, Thailand, the Philippines and Malaysia to be key for multinationals looking to enter the AEC. This gallery compiles the firm's detailed insights into Southeast Asian consumers’...
The visitor numbers for in-cosmetics Asia 2014 made for good reading as they were up by 10% as more than 6595 people from across Asia and around the world travelled to Bangkok to meet with over 400 suppliers from 28 countries.
This year’s in-cosmetics Asia event will host a panel discussion looking at the challenges and opportunities for the ASEAN Economic Community (AEC) which will be finalised in 2015, and how this will affect cosmetics companies in the region and further...
In the ASEAN region, safety assessment of all cosmetic products is a mandatory requirement, but there is no mandatory requirement as to what method to use. The responsibility lies with the company, explains a leading expert.
ASEAN says it is set to implement a single regulatory system for
its ten member states by the start of 2008, in a move that aims to
help bring it in line with regulations worldwide and attract major