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NYSCC Cosmetics in Contemporary Brazil Symposium



Published February 18, 2014
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Brazil is Latin America's largest economy and the fifth largest country in the world with a population estimated to be about 200 million. Moreover, it is the No. 3 market for cosmetics and toiletries. No wonder, then, that the New York Chapter of the Society of Cosmetic Chemists will hold a one-day symposium on Brazil. The event is slated for May 12, the day BEFORE Suppliers' Day.


Demographically, Brazil is one of the most ethnically diverse countries and a major consumer of personal care products and fragrances. Brazil’s biological diversity is the largest in the world. It is blessed with abundant raw materials which can have use in personal care.As more companies are embracing globalization to reach new customers in new markets, a greater understanding of consumer preferences, important product types, and regulatory issues in this vast and growing market is essential.
The NYSCC, in conjunction with its world renowned Suppliers Day event, has assembled a program of experts to further explore this land of immense opportunities.


Here's the schedule of events:


•8:00-8:30 am      Registration
•8:30-8:45 am      Opening comments
•8:45-9:30 am      Dawn Thiel Glaser Brazil (Beraca) - A land of Opportunities: vast natural resources and a growing personal care market
•9:30-10:15 am     Alberto Keidi Kurebayashi (Protocolo Consultoria Personal and Health Care)
Guidelines to Develop Functional and Acceptable Hair and Skin Care Products for the
Brazilian Market
•10:15-10:30 am   Break
•10:30-11:15 am   Mohamed Omer (Mintel) By the Numbers: The Personal Care Market in Brazil
•11:15- 12:00 am  Jean-François Molina (Solabia)   Overview of Brazilian Biodiversity and its Contribution to Skin and Hair Beauty
•12:00-1:00 pm     Lunch
•1:00-1:45 pm       Sergio Oliveir (J&J) Regulatory and Safety Issues in Brazil
•1:45-2:30 pm       Silvia Staniscuaski Guterres (Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul)
Innovative Nanotechnology-Based Cosmetics in Brazil: State of the Art and Trends
•2:30-2:45 pm       Break
•2:45-3:30 pm       Dr. Rakesh Jain (Amyris) Cosmetic Products from Sugarcane
•3:30-4:15 pm       Emiro Khury (ekconsultores) Technological Advances and Regulatory Aspects in Sunscreens Products in Latin America
•4:15-5:00 pm       Ana Palombo (Coty) The Brazilian Fragrance Market
•5:00-5:15 pm       Closing Comments


Cost

SCC Members                                                               $75.00
Nonmembers                                                                 $95.00
Emeritus  Members                                          Free if preregistered
Students with valid ID                                                    $10.00
At door: $30.00 surcharge in all categories

Register online at www.nyscc.org


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