Supplier's Corner

More than 7000 Attend NYSCC Suppliers’ Day

June 6, 2013

• The biggest event in the US cosmetics industry keeps getting bigger—and better. The New York Chapter of the Society of Cosmetic Chemists’ Supplier’s Day, held May 14 & 15 in Edison, NJ, attracted more than 7,000 visitors and over 658 exhibitor booths. Event organizers noted that the majority of attendees were in product development (30%) and visitors came from 39 countries.

The NYSCC Suppliers’ Day staff worked hard to improve on previous shows. For example, thanks to print-at-home badges, there were no lines at registration, noted NYSCC Suppliers’ Day Chairperson Juliana Rumbaugh of Lonza Personal Care.

NYSCC Suppliers’ Day 2014 will be held May 13 & 14, 2014 back at the NJ Convention & Expo Center, Edison, NJ. 
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