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Tom Branna, Editorial Director
August 3, 2010
No, no, no. Not in the size of its global economy, nor its personal care and household product sales. Nope, China is now the largest consumer of energy, powering its way ahead of the U.S., according to the Paris-based International Energy Agency. Mor…  Read More »
Tom Branna, Editorial Director
July 8, 2010
Big & Little  Read More »
June 2, 2010
Open Here?  Read More »
Tom Branna, VP/Editorial Director, Happi/Rodman Publishing Corp., 201.825.2552, ext. 323
April 29, 2010
First off, In-Cosmetics 2010 was a rousing success. No, I don’t know how many kilos of raw materials were exchanged nor do I know how many new ideas were generated on the show floor during our week in Paris last month. No, the reason why In-C…  Read More »
Karen McIntyre, Nonwovens Industry, Editor
April 14, 2010
Ten years ago, the wipes market began a period of remarkable growth in terms of both size and diversity. Consumer product companies began launching products throughout a number of segments ranging from personal care to household care to pet care to…  Read More »
Tom Branna, Editorial Director
March 30, 2010
During a conference session on social networking, I realized that with all the talk about Facebook, LinkedIn, YouTube and the like, the opportunities to sit down and exchange ideas in a relaxed atmosphere are few and far between these days. For all…  Read More »
Albert Kligman Bridged the Gap
Tom Branna, VP/Editorial Director, Happi/Rodman Publishing Corp.
March 9, 2010
He will be remembered as the Father of Retin-A and the mischievous genius who gave the world such terms as “cosmeceutical” and “photoaging.” But for me, Albert Kligman will always be remembered for bringing two worlds—…  Read More »
Tom Branna, VP/Editorial Director, Happi/Rodman Publishing
February 4, 2010
Much has been written in the past two months or so about the birth of a new kind of consumer, one who realizes the value of things doesn’t really have anything to do with things. People and relationships are what matters. It’s not what k…  Read More »
Tom Branna, VP/Editorial Director
January 4, 2010
but I know where you can find one. Every day the editorial department gets dozens of calls from readers, other members of the press and financial types who are looking for some sort of information that may or may not have appeared in Happi. If we&r…  Read More »
Tom Branna, Editorial Director
November 25, 2009
If we can all agree that the recession is over, then the next point to ponder is, “How do we get growing again?” Two answers come quickly to mind: the anti-aging category and environmentally-friendly products. Both subjects are covered…  Read More »
November 9, 2009
Third quarter statistics confirm what we suspected for some time now—the economy is up and growing again in the U.S. and probably around the world as well. According to the White House Council of Economic Advisors, gross domestic product expand…  Read More »
October 5, 2009
Every time there’s a downturn in the economy, the focus shifts to private label. And with good reason. According to the Private Label Manfacturers Association, sales of store brands in the major U.S. retail channels surged by more than 10% in 2…  Read More »
Karen McIntyre, Editor
September 15, 2009
These days, it seems, the state of the wipes market depends on who you ask. Some will say that growth has slowed, innovation is stagnant and pricing levels are depressing; while others will describe a market ripe with new product introductions and…  Read More »
Tom Branna, VP/Editorial Director, tomb@rodpub.com
September 15, 2009
The recession could be over by the fourth quarter, but many industries will be left to dig out from the wreckage of the economic downturn—not so, in the wellness market. Industry experts insist that this segment, which we’ve dubbed b…  Read More »
Tom Branna, VP/Editorial Director
September 3, 2009
Last month Olivier Blanchard, the top economist for the International Monetary Fund, declared the recession over. But he warned that the 18-month downturn will leave plenty of scars on the global economy. The very next day, data from NPD Group show…  Read More »