Panel Participants: Beauty Associations

Karla Brandão
Management Director

ABIHPEC (Brazilian Association of the Cosmetic, Toiletry and Fragrance Industry) represents Brazilian industries and multinational industries operating in Brazil manufacturing HPPC (Personal Hygiene, Perfumery and Cosmetics) products. The mission of the entity is to support, develop, stimulate and create actions and instruments in order to contribute to the progress of the HPPC industry in Brazil. 

Kajal Anand

All India Cosmetic Manufacturers’ Association (AICMA) focuses on promoting and protecting the small-scale cosmetic industry in India, encouraging cooperation and cordial relations between all small-scale cosmetic manufacturers in India. 

Juan Carlos Castro
Executive Director

Asociación Nacional de Empresarios de Colombia (National Business Association of Colombia) is a non-profit organization whose main purpose is to expand and promote economic, social and political principles within a free enterprise system, based upon beliefs that include human dignity, political democracy, social justice, private property, and liberty. 

Tina Viney

The Aesthetics Practitioners Advisory Network (APAN) is Australia’s fastest growing member-based professional organization in the Australian aesthetics industry. APAN represents and pursues the interests of practitioners in aesthetics, dermal therapies, cosmetic nursing, and cosmetic tattooists. 

Joe Wang
Director of Innovation & Entrepreneurship

The China Association of Fragrance, Flavour and Cosmetics Industries (CAFFCI) is an industrial association at national level with an independent corporation status, approved by the Ministry of Civil Affairs of the People’s Republic of China. At present, CAFFCI, a nonprofit social organization, is comprised of more than 1,200 member companies.

Sallie Berkery
Managing Director

CEW UK is a professional organization that promotes the British beauty industry, driving its dynamic growth in the global beauty economy. Founded in 1954, CEW connects all corners of the beauty industry via its 10,500 members worldwide. The CEW member network spans brands, entrepreneurs, retailers, financiers, regulatory, recruitment, tech, formulation, manufacturing, legal, media houses, market research agencies, journalists, influencers, and other key stakeholders. CEW’s “Member Mission” centers on the core values of Education, Empowerment, Recognition, and Philanthropy. 

Carlotta Jacobson

CEW is an international organization of 10,500+ individual members representing a cross-section of beauty and related businesses. CEW’s purpose is to provide programs that develop careers and knowledge of the beauty industry through industry leader talks, trend reports, newsletters and mentoring. 

Christophe Masson

Cosmetic Valley’s mission is to develop the perfumery cosmetics sector in France. Today, it is the worldwide leader in perfumery cosmetics resources, and leads a network of businesses, research and training centers committed to innovation and conquering international markets.

Renato Ancorotti

Cosmetica Italia, the Italian personal care association (CI), was first established in 1967 under the name of Unipro, the National Union of Perfumery, Cosmetics, Toilet Soap and Ancillary industries. The association now accounts for more than 550 member businesses – operating in both production and distribution – that represent 95% of the Italian beauty market.

Patrick O’Quin

For more than 125 years, the Federation of Beauty Companies (FEBEA) has served professionals in the cosmetics sector (perfume, skin care, make-up, hygiene or toiletry products, hair products, etc.). The association counts more than 300 members (82% of VSE-PME and 18% of ETI or large groups) representing more than 95% of the turnover of the sector in France.

Birgit Huber
Deputy Director General

IKW (German Cosmetic, Toiletry, Perfumery and Detergent Association) is the industry and trade association of manufacturers and distributors of cosmetic, toiletry, perfumery, detergents and household cleaning products. IKW voices opinions on national and global economic, legal, technical and scientific issues which are of mutual concern to its members.

Junji Yamamoto
Senior Managing Director

Founded in 1959, Japan Cosmetic Industry Association continues to actively engage in ensuring consumer safety and the development of the cosmetic industry. It was formed as a federation comprising the Tokyo Cosmetic Industry Association, West-Japan Cosmetic Industry Association, and Chubu Cosmetic Industry Association.

Saehoon Bill Lee
Chair of Export Committee

Since its establishment in 1945, the Korea Beauty Association (KCA) has been promoting the development of the cosmetics industry and helping to improve public health and welfare. Among its activities are the research and promotion of cosmetics-related laws and regulations, as well as policy recommendations for the development of the Korean beauty industry.

Francine Lamoriello
Executive Vice President, Global Strategies

The Personal Care Products Council (PCPC) is the leading national trade association representing cosmetic and personal care products companies and serving as the voice on scientific, legal, regulatory, legislative and international issues. PCPC’s 600 member companies represent more than 90% of the U.S. beauty industry.

Kunto Widarto
Secretary General, Martha Tilaar Group

The Association of Indonesian Cosmetics Companies (shortened to PERKOSMI) was founded in 1978. The organization is a forum for cosmetic companies in Indonesia to support the development of the Indonesian cosmetics business and create a conducive environment for the cosmetics industry so that consumers can enjoy safe, good, and innovative products.

Matteo Moretti

Polo Tecnologico della Cosmesi is an association made by a group of Italian companies, representing the excellence of the cosmetic and make-up market: from bulk/product to filling process, from primary to secondary packaging, from decoration to labels, from assembling to automated machine building, and from product design to R&D.

Val Diez
General Director

STANPA (Spanish Cosmetic, Toiletry and Perfumery Association) was founded in 1952. The organization comprises over 400 companies that manufacture and distribute perfumes, cosmetics and personal care products in Spain. 

Participants: Trade Show Organisations

Cesar Tsukuda
Show Director

Beauty Fair is the gateway for B2B beauty business in Brazil and Latin America. For the past 15 years, Beauty Fair has been developing the professional beauty market in Brazil through custom-created solutions for the sector’s entire industry, focusing on hair, aesthetics, manicure, make-up and beauty stores. 

Jamie Hill
Managing Director

Beauty West Africa is a trade exhibition in Lagos, Nigeria. It is a platform for companies from around the world to meet, and do business, with the largest distributors, suppliers and importers from across West Africa.

Elaine O’Connell
Show Director

Beautyworld Middle East is the largest international trade fair for beauty products, hair, fragrances and wellbeing in the Middle East. The show offers trade visitors the convenience of meeting over 1,800 companies face to face over three days.

Franckie Bechereau,
Show Director

Cosmetic 360 is an international cosmetics trade fair that showcases innovative ideas and solutions in the fragrance and cosmetics industry. It features raw materials, formulation, packaging, testing, finished products, marketing, distribution and etc.

Antonia Benvegnù
Show Director

Cosmopack is an international show dedicated to the cosmetics supply chain and all its various components: ingredients and raw materials, contract and private label manufacturing, packaging, applicators, machinery, automation, and full-service solutions.  

Alice Suen
Event Director, Informa Markets

Cosmoprof Asia is the global beauty event dedicated to Asian-Pacific markets. Cosmoprof Asia is organized by Cosmoprof Asia Ltd, a joint venture company between BolognaFiere Group and Informa Markets Asia Ltd. BolognaFiere Group is the world’s leading trade show organizer in cosmetics, fashion, architecture, building, art and culture. Informa Markets creates platforms for industries and specialist markets to trade, innovate and grow. 

Liza Rapay
Head of Marketing

Cosmoprof North America (CPNA) is the largest and most awarded B2B beauty event in the Americas. Growing annually, CPNA has become recognized as the premier launching pad for new beauty brands and for discovering product innovations, new channels for distribution, packaging, and manufacturing solutions. It remains the single most important networking opportunity in the United States for all sectors of the global beauty industry. 

Enrico Zannini
Show Director

Since 1967, Cosmoprof Worldwide Bologna has been the leading 360° worldwide event for the professional beauty sector and an international platform for the cosmetics and wellness industry. Cosmoprof’s exhibition space covers the entire BolognaFiere exhibition center and is dedicated to the various sectors of the beauty industry. (For the Openstreams Global Beauty Industry Summit, Enrico Zanini officially represents all Cosmoprof shows worldwide, with contributions from Alice Suen from Asia and Liza Rapay from the U.S.)

João Paulo Picolo

FCE Cosmetique – International Technology Exhibition for the Cosmetic Industry – is the main business platform of the sector in Latin America and the only fair that covers all stages of the industry’s production chain, from raw materials, packaging, and machinery to accessories, fragrances, and services. 

Ivan Rahal
Head of Marketing, in-cosmetics Group, Reed Exhibitions

The mission of InCosmetics is to enable the global personal care ingredient community to interact, conduct business, network, and learn. Through its six-annual business-to-business events across four continents, the in-Cosmetics Group connects 1,800+ suppliers of ingredients, fragrances, lab equipment, testing and regulatory solutions with 40,000+ cosmetic industry professionals. 

Claudia Bonfiglioli
International Director, Informa Beauty Exhibitions

Informa Markets creates platforms for industries and specialist markets to trade, innovate, and grow. Its portfolio is comprised of more than 550 international B2B events and brands in markets including Healthcare & Pharmaceuticals, Infrastructure, Construction & Real Estate, Fashion & Apparel, Hospitality, Food & Beverage, and Health & Nutrition, among others. 

Fabienne Germond
LuxePack Shows  Director

Luxe Pack trade shows are global B2B platforms gathering packaging manufacturers and suppliers as well as brands across all luxury sectors. With 5 worldwide destinations – Monaco, Paris, New York, Los Angeles and Shanghai – they represent a community of more than 22,500 industry executives from 140 countries. Perfume and cosmetics sector equate to 65% of the audience, which makes Luxe Pack trade shows an essential sourcing experience for Premium Beauty brands looking to disrupt the market, in terms of packaging design, innovations, sustainability, and digital innovation.

Sandra Maguarian
Show Director/Co-Founder

The MakeUp in shows are in key beauty cities around the world, gathering suppliers from the make-up and skin care sectors, from formula to packaging; including accessories and make-up artists, specialized schools, researchers, brands, and digital innovations.

Clean Beauty in London is a new trade show that offers insights to align the scientific aspects of clean beauty with the growing consumer demand. The event will bring together experts, scientists, suppliers, brands, influencers and journalists under one roof “to build the future of clean beauty.”