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The Council To Host Annual Meeting This Month

February 12, 2013

The Personal Care Product Council is heading back to the east coast of Florida and the historic Breakers Hotel in Palm Beach for the 2013 Annual Meeting. Set for Feb. 25-27, the conference features a top-notch lineup of speakers and sessions, according to the association.

Keynote speaker is Stephen J. Dubner, journalist, radio/television personality and award-winning author of “Freakonomics.”

Of note, there is a new 2pm start time on Feb. 25 with an attendee opening session. According to The Council, this mid-afternoon session will open up additional time in the busy conference schedule for private meetings and strategic business appointments. On Feb. 26 and Feb. 27, The Council will be hosting enhanced and expanded policy sessions on global strategies, legislative activities and regulatory issues facing the industry.

More info: www.personalcarecouncil.org/live-meeting/2013-annual-meeting
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