The use of natural ingredients in cosmetic & personal care products continues to grow. Some natural ingredients are a source of innovation, whilst others are being used to replace contentious synthetic chemicals. This new webinar looks at the growing use of natural ingredients in the European cosmetics market, covering market developments and highlighting export openings for producers in developing countries.
To begin, an update will be given on the European natural cosmetics market, highlighting important market trends & developments. The impact of COVID-19 on natural ingredient supply chains and market growth rates will be covered, as well as consumer behaviour. Case studies will be given of successful natural ingredient exporters, as well as projections for future growth. The export openings for exporters in developing countries will be outlined.
10:00 Opening Remarks
10:05 Natural Ingredients in Cosmetics: European Market Overview
10:30 Questions & Answers and Discussion
Note, the webinar will be start at 10:00 Central European Time (CET).
The webinar is for CBI and Ecovia Intelligence contacts and network. The webinar will present key findings from CBI’s research on the natural ingredients for cosmetics sector. We reserve the right to refuse admission to competing organisations.
Mr. Sahota is the founder and president of Ecovia Intelligence (formerly Organic Monitor), a London-based specialist research, consulting & training firm that specialises on global sustainable product industries. His company organises the Sustainable Foods Summit, Sustainable Cosmetics Summit, and Sustainable Cleaning Products Summit in the major geographic regions of the world. Mr. Sahota has been involved in the health, wellness and sustainable industries for over 20 years.
At CBI, Thomas is the Market Intelligence Manager for the Natural Ingredients sector. In this position, he is part of a team that publishes around 300 market studies every year and helps more than 700 entrepreneurs to become successful exporters on the European market. According to Thomas: “The natural ingredients sector is a dynamic, diverse and sustainable sector with a lot of growth potential for small and medium sized enterprises (SME) in developing countries".