The College of Cosmetics was launched at ICMAD’s Technical Regulatory Forum in February. The educational program was created by the most innovative and creative professionals in the cosmetics business to offer practical, business-oriented advice on the cosmetic and personal care industry in U.S. and international markets.
Presenting at CosmoForum on March 15, ICMAD’s session brings together a panel of renowned experts to discuss market analysis, business opportunities and advice for international cosmetics companies. The speakers include: Pamela Busiek, president and CEO, ICMAD; Craig Weiss, chair of technical/regulatory committee, ICMAD; Dr. Robb Akridge, co-founder and VP of clinical affairs, Pacific Bioscience Laboratories; and Sharon A. Blinkoff, Secretary & General Counsel, ICMAD
“Our College of Cosmetics educational program offers valuable knowledge and insight to all companies that are industry innovators. The program is a natural fit with Cosmoprof Bologna which has been an international business development hub for 50 years,” said Busiek. “This is the perfect environment to share our experience to benefit companies in the global cosmetics and personal care industry.”
On March 16, ICMAD will host a reception at Ristorante Neoclassico, Plutone Room in the Royal Carlton Hotel to welcome the participants of Cosmoprof Worldwide Bologna. The reception is graciously sponsored by East Hill Industries, Inc., Grande Cosmetics and QuadPack.