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ICMAD To Introduce CITY Awards in June

November 15, 2005

The Cosmetic Innovators of the Year (CITY) awards will be presented for the first time at the Independent Cosmetic Manufacturers and Distributors (ICMAD) dinner and annual meeting on June 10 in New York City.
The CITY awards replace ICMAD’s Cosmetic Entrepreneur program and honor the very best among cosmetic innovations, executives said.
Honors include the Product Innovation award for Branded or Private Label Cosmetic Product; the Product Innovation award for Package Design of Cosmetic Product; and the CITY Marketing, Sales or Manufacturing Innovation award. “The launch of the new CITY award, in addition to our ongoing events and benefits, make membership in ICMAD a must for every entrepreneurial company in the fast-moving cosmetic business,” said Penni Jones, executive director, ICMAD. “All ICMAD companies are eligible, and we encourage every member to participate.”
The deadline for entries is April 15. More info: (800) 334-2623; Website: www.icmad.org.
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