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Colipa Changes Its Name

January 24, 2012

Now known as Cosmetics Europe - The Personal Care Association.

The European Cosmetics Association, formerly named “Colipa,” will now be called “Cosmetics Europe – The Personal Care Association.” The association has been representing European cosmetic companies and national associations for 50 years.

According to the group, the name change comes at a time when the European cosmetics industry represents one-third of the global market, across the entire range of personal care products. In Europe this innovative industry employs a total of 1.7 million people either directly or indirectly, including about 17,000 scientists. “Cosmetics Europe – The Personal Care Association” works with 18 multinational companies, 27 national associations and 4000 SMEs to ensure that the industry provides European consumers with safe, innovative and effective products.

More info: www.cosmeticseurope.eu

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