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NYSCC Suppliers' Day Registration Is Open

February 2, 2017

Excitement builds for NYC event, May 2 & 3, 2017

Attendee registration is now open for NYSCC Suppliers’ Day, the largest event in North America for cosmetic chemistry, May 2-3, 2017 at the Jacob K. Javits Convention Center in New York, NY.  Taking place for the first time in New York City, the 38th Annual New York Society of Cosmetic Chemists (NYSCC) Suppliers’ Day is the must-attend event for all those seeking innovation, education and business connections in the cosmetics and personal care industries.


Cosmetic chemists, ingredient executives including R&D professionals involved in ingredient/strategic sourcing, formulation experts, and marketing/sales strategists are encouraged to register as attendees now for this highly anticipated event:
https://r1.events-registration.com/suppliersday2017/


“NYSCC members and the chemical ingredients community have been overwhelming positive about the new Javits location in New York City. This May, Suppliers’ Day will be a hotbed of activity in beauty and personal care innovations and provide ample networking and business-building,” said Marie Thadal, chair/president, NYSCC Executive Board.    


Interest in exhibit space for Suppliers’ Day at its new venue in New York has been strong, with more than 400 top suppliers and distributors already set to display their latest innovations and industry solutions. In addition, Business France’s Pavilion will feature 12 exhibitors occupying 15 stands.  


Specialty areas at this year’s Suppliers’ Day include:

• INNOVATIONS ALLEY: a showcase of the latest ingredients, solutions and technology that are, in many cases, debuting in the US or have not been seen at an event prior to NYSCC Suppliers' Day 2017.

• FUTURE CHEMISTS WORKSHOP: a curated area on the show floor to challenge and reward up and coming cosmetic students. Suppliers are invited to provide ingredients, equipment and support; results of the challenge will be published with the aim of demonstrating NYSCC’s commitment to educating the industry and showcasing, trends and innovations that will drive the future in skin, hair and color cosmetics.

• DIGITAL AGE OF BEAUTY: a learning area featuring the technologies driving supply chain innovations, product development and efficient time-to-market including, 3D printing, data intelligence tools, virtual reality and digital enhancements and filters.


Suppliers’ Day is the NYSCC flagship event and attracts nearly 8,000 participants working in R&D and product development for the biggest brand manufacturers in beauty and personal care as well as emerging independents. Exhibitors include the leading ingredient and raw materials suppliers as well as testing and quality control labs, machinery, packaging companies and professional service providers. To register to attend and for more information on NYSCC Suppliers’ Day including exhibiting and sponsorship information visit: http://www.nyscc.org/suppliersday or contact: suppliersday@nyscc.org.
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