China

Innospec sets up new Chinese division

Innospec sets up new Chinese division

By Natasha Spencer

International specialty chemicals company, Innospec, has completed the registration of its wholly owned enterprise in China.

Chlitina and regenerative medicine

Brand Profile

Chlitina Profile part II: How regenerative medicine is progressing

By Natasha Spencer

As the field of “medical beauty” strengthens, we continue to talk to skin care and beauty salon, and Tongji University partner, Chlitina, and look at how this industry is gathering supporters and overcoming the strict regulatory environment.

iGeneration in colour cosmetics

iGeneration: The new colour cosmetics dynamic

By Natasha Spencer

Young Millennials — known as the iGeneration — are creating a shift in the Chinese colour cosmetics market, leading brands to reform their ideas surrounding innovation.

Gift experience in beauty and cosmetics

Gifting part I: How brands can leverage the experience

By Natasha Spencer

In association with MEC, The Hurun Research Institute releases its 'China HNWI Gifting White Paper 2017’, citing its findings on gifting and high net worth individual (HNWI) demands in China.

Brenntag acquires Chinese Wellstar Group

Brenntag acquires Chinese Wellstar Group

By Natasha Spencer

German chemical distributor, Brenntag, enhances its Asia Pacific presence through acquiring Hong Kong Wellstar Enterprises and its subsidiaries.

Nars cruelty free and China

Nars loses cruelty-free status?

By Natasha Spencer

As Nars moves into the Chinese market, where animal testing is mandatory, previously loyal supporters opt to boycott the famed brand.

Sa Sa International targets Taiwan and Japan markets

Sa Sa International targets Taiwan and Japan markets

By Natasha Spencer

As sales have slumped over the last fiscal year due to the THAAD (Terminal High Altitude Area Defense) disruption, the Hong Kong cosmetics retailing name is moving outside its domestic market to new areas.

China prepares for Industry 4.0 lead

China prepares for Industry 4.0 lead

By Natasha Spencer

As the Chinese government pushes ahead with its Made in China 2025 strategy, Euromonitor International reports the leading APAC cosmetics market is set to overtake Germany for the position of top Industry 4.0 implementer.

China's business future

Global business support spurs China’s growth

By Natasha Spencer

As China remains a dominant make up producer, particularly in areas of innovation such as lip care, the next ten years are expected to bring increased overseas investment, governmental backing and worldwide business opportunities.

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