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Inside Beauty Debuts at Javitz Center

January 10, 2006

Inside Beauty Debuts at Javitz Center
● More than 2,700 spectators around the
world attended Inside Beauty, which
was held Sept. 27-29, at the Jacob K.
Javits Convention Center, New York,
NY. Inside Beauty is a new professional
trade show and educational conference
focused exclusively on the beauty,
health and wellness market, which
attracted 2,700 attendees from all
over the world including South
America, Europe and Asia.
Next year, Inside Beauty and HBA
will take place September 12-14, 2006
at the Jacob K. Javits Convention
Center, New York, NY. More info:
www.inside-beauty.com; www.hbaexpo.
com.
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