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12 Reasons Why Employee Training Fails
By John Tschohl, Service Quality Institute
Published March 31, 2014
Playing role games with 100 employees in a cramped conference room isn't training—it's playing games. Read More »
Published January 26, 2012
HAPPI is the leading media outlet in the global personal care and household product market. Celebrating 50 years of global coverage in 2013, Happi provides in-depth analysis of this $530 billion market for our 16,500 subscribers around the world. In… Read More »
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Plant Power
By Jeremy Kerstetter, Assistant Editor
Published December 1, 2014
Plexy Labs, a startup, is finding success in the acne treatment sector. Read More »
Pantene Kicks Off New Campaign
Published June 18, 2014
P&G's leading hair care brand urges women to 'Shine Strong' with fundraising effort. Read More »
Coca-Cola, Colgate, Oreos and Downy
Published May 14, 2014
Find out what these brands have in common. Read More »
Brazil Is in Focus
at In-Cosmetics
By Tom Branna
Published January 9, 2014
Accounts for nearly 60% of Latin American cosmetics sales. Read More »
Fragrance, Color Cosmetics Drive Sales at Coty
Published September 17, 2013
Annual report shows 2% rise in revenue to $4.65 billion. Read More »
First Impressions
By Tom Branna, Editorial Director
Published June 6, 2013
Ensuring your products stand out. Read More »
Tide Pods Have Landed
By Tom Branna, Editorial Director
Published March 1, 2012
The rollout of this multi-benefit detergent is the biggest innovation to hit the laundry category in decades, insists Procter & Gamble. Read More »