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World Perfumery Congress Draws More Than 900

August 31, 2012


• More than 900 fragrance industry professionals from 34 different countries convened during the 2012 World Perfumery Congress (WPC), held at the MGM Grand in Mashantucket, CT.

The event, which was held June 12-14, marked the first time the WPC has been held in the US in more than 20 years.

The conference program included panel discussions from leading perfumers, CPG executives, fragrance house management, ingredients experts, analysts and more, focusing on the challenges, innovations and potential white spaces that will shape the future of the fragrance industry.

More than 70 exhibitors connected with customers on the show floor, displaying the latest ingredients, packaging, equipment, software and other crucial services, providing a unique marketplace for fragrance industry professionals.

The next WPC will be held June 10–12, 2014 in Deauville, France.

More info: www.perfumers.org
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