Officials from various of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) are taking part in a delegation to South Korea this week, in a bid to learn more about the ongoing booming success of the country’s beauty industry.
With a population of 600 million, Southeast Asia is brimming with opportunity in the area of e-commerce where beauty players are set to really benefit if they are willing to establish themselves online, outside of the giant e-retail platforms.
Pakistani brand Luscious Cosmetics, highly popular with South Asian consumers, has secured a space on Sephora’s store shelves after LVMH snapped up online platform Luxola, where the range has been in high demand in the last two years.
As more and more e-commerce platforms strive to get a piece of beauty sales, Indonesia's 'Sociolla' is the latest to secure funds to boost its tech infrastructure, introduce new features, and grow its team in Jakarta.
On October 21st, Cosmetics Design Asia will extend its coverage of the cosmetics and personal care industry on the Asia Pacific region with a Mandarin version that caters to the 800 million speakers around the globe with updates on the industry's...