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NYSCC Chapter Reschedules Meeting

February 4, 2014

New date is Feb. 19 at China Bowl King, Edison, NJ.

The joint meeting of The New York Society of Cosmetic Chemists & The Chinese-American Cosmetic Professionals Association has been re-schedule due to the weather. The new date is Wednesday, Feb. 19, 2014, 6:00-10:00 p.m. at China Bowl King, 1628 Route 27 (Lincoln Highway), Edison, NJ 08817. Tel: 732-572-7272.

The guest speaker is  Sue Feng, Ph.D., currently the vice president of global color cosmetics, third-party manufacturing and skin care at Revlon. Previously, Dr. Feng has held leadership roles at both L'Oréal and Procter & Gamble. Dr. Feng's presentation will discuss:
• The future of beauty in Asia.
• How to market your brand: social media, innovation & incentives.
• How to stand out from the masses with your brand.
• How to expand your business and revenue: A look at untapped markets, product retail and the new target age and gender group.
• What does your customer want?
• What are the choices of treatments based on?

Cost:
• Member pre-registered - $35 •  Member at the Door - $75.
• Non-Member Pre-registered - $70  • Non-Member at the Door - $110.
• Students - $10 ($50 at the door)  • Emeritus - Free ($40 at the door)  

Questions? Contact Brian Hom at bhom@rugerchemical.com; Website: www.nyscc.org

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