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ICMAD Plans Cocktail PartyAt Cosmoprof Bologna

February 13, 2013

• The Independent Cosmetic Manufacturers and Distributors Associa-tion (ICMAD) will host a cocktail reception during Cosmoprof Bologna. The March 8 event will enable show attendees and dignitaries to meet with ICMAD members and connect with individuals in the industry.

There is no charge for the event, but an RSVP is required.

“For those exhibiting in the American Pavilion, this event presents unique opportunities to network and unwind from the busy days the conference holds. The event is free and a remarkable way to get a pulse on the industry and talk with others regarding current issues,” said Pam Busiek, president and CEO of ICMAD.

ICMAD is the trade association for the cosmetic entrepreneur; providing many member benefits, while also communicating the association’s position on various regulations and issues that are currently affecting the cosmetic industry.

More info: www.icmad.org
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