BEAUTY SPACE STARTS TODAY
Empowering Southeast Asia Beauty Industry Through B2B Virtual Event
The 2nd edition of Beauty Space opens its virtual door today for four days – from 29 November to 2 December, dedicated to link major brands and companies with buyers from across the beauty industry-offering a greater of business networking opportunities.
With the strong collaboration of 6 ASEAN beauty shows from Malaysia, Indonesia, Philippines and Vietnam organised by Informa Markets, Beauty Space will have over 200 exhibitors from 12 countries and regions anticipate to online networking through B2B Matchmaking Programme with estimated 2,000 buyers mainly among distributors, importers, manufacturers, retailers and wholesalers.
Participating pavilions brought by the support from government and associations are from: Korea Trade Investment Promotion Agency (KOTRA), Korea Cosmetic Association (KCA) and Department of Tourism
Beauty Space features more than 900 brands and products to attendees ranging from dedicated sectors include Aesthetic, Beauty, Cosmetics & Embroidery, Hair, Halal Beauty, Nail, OEM/ODM, Spa & Wellness, Supply Chain and Cosmetics Ingredients. Some of the notable and latest line-up brands and innovation are: EVENSWISS showcasing its technology based patented ingredients, GTG Medical specialize in the medical & aesthetic market providing integrated solutions, CELLPOD featuring its high-tech technology in antimicrobials and sterilization, HERCA – the leading distributor of aesthetic devices and Urban Indo Manufacture offering its specialty in OEM/OEM manufacturing.
In addition to business matchmaking, attendees are able to watch and engage through live streaming Webinar – Talk Series Session with total of 15 sessions taking place, tailored to entice the exchange of iideas, educate, share knowledge expertise about an array of topics presented by experienced and topnotch speakers. Among session highlights presented by Malaysia Cosmetology Chamber of Commerce
(PAMM), MUA Community, Philippine Society for Cosmetic Science Inc (PSCS), Haravan and many more.
View full list of exhibitors at B2B E-Directory at: https://bit.ly/2WFPXaK
View full list of Talk Series Session at: https://bit.ly/BS2021-events
Register to attend as buyers/attendees at: https://bit.ly/BS2021-BuyerRegistration
For more information and updates, please visit www.beautyspacevirtual.com
VIETBEAUTY & COSMOBEAUTÉ VIETNAM ANNOUNCE NEW DATES 24-26 AUGUST 2022
The combined Vietbeauty & Cosmobeauté Vietnam exhibition organised by Informa Markets will be rescheduled to 24 – 26 August 2022 at the Saigon Exhibition Convention Centre (SECC). These events were originally scheduled to be held between 21-23 December 2021.
Despite the recent easing of restrictions in Ho Chi Minh City, the decision to move the shows to 2022 allows for more confidence and safety to return for marketplace effectiveness. With the new dates, the Organiser hopes to guarantee better and safer attendee face-to-face experiences, bringing together leaders and trendsetters of the industry – providing an unrivalled business platform for mindshare, networking and products/services promotion.
As a bridge to live events, Informa Markets will organise the second edition of Beauty Space, a B2B Virtual Event, running from 29 November to 2 December 2021. Beauty Space combines content from six ASEAN beauty shows into an online portal to offer virtual buyers content variety with multilingual options for localised selling. Beauty Space will run for four days with optional one-on-one business matching services for bespoke sourcing needs of the industry.
We look forward to welcoming the Vietnamese industry back again in August 2022 for our next in-person beauty event as the world resets post-pandemic.
BEAUTYEXPO & COSMOBEAUTÉ MALAYSIA RESCHEDULED TO 28 SEPTEMBER – 1 OCTOBER 2022
Informa Markets, the organiser of Beautyexpo and Cosmobeauté Malaysia, has decided to reschedule the 20th Edition of Beautyexpo and 16th Edition of Cosmobeauté Malaysia, to 28 September – 1 October 2022 in an exciting hybrid format, combining the in-person event at Kuala Lumpur Convention Centre (KLCC) with online opportunities simultaneously. The events were originally scheduled to be held on 1-4 October 2021.
The decision to move the shows to 2022 was made after a careful consideration and thoughtful deliberation with key stakeholders, exhibitors and industry partners. The new dates will allow time for increased vaccine rates and for business travel to resume, enabling the team to host an event of the high quality you’ve come to expect with unique business opportunities.
“The hybrid format next year allows a greater sourcing experience for the beauty community to meet face-to-face with safety at the forefront and virtually with digital components to ramp up business opportunities and networking on a larger scale. Despite these extraordinary times, the beauty industry remains resilient, and businesses continue to evolve through unprecedented solutions,” says Gerard Willem Leeuwenburgh, Country General Manager of Informa Markets in Malaysia.
To bring the entire beauty and hair community even closer, Cosmobeauté Channel and BE Hair Channel will run simultaneously, spotlighting segments on Aesthetic, Beauty, Cosmetics & Embroidery, Hair, Nail and Spa & Wellness, through binge-worthy live streaming and on-demand content. The latest digital initiative will feature an array of stellar speakers and key industry leaders to exchange ideas and education sessions in the coming months.
“With physical events resuming at scale in 2022, we are thrilled to present the second edition of Beauty Space, a B2B Virtual Event, which is set to be held from 29 November to 2 December 2021 , following its premier in 2020. By combining six powerful forces of ASEAN beauty shows from Malaysia, Indonesia, the Philippines and Vietnam, Beauty Space provides vast opportunities for stakeholders, distributors, retailers and buyers to network from anywhere in the world whilst tapping into the Southeast Asia beauty market,” Gerard shares.
Beauty Space offers a newly enhanced and comprehensive smart online business matching solution to deliver a compelling experience under one seamless platform throughout four days with extension access for two weeks after the live event. The B2B digital networking and matchmaking platform comes with features such as brand and product listing, pre-scheduled meeting, search function, live video chat and will be packed with curated content sessions.
Gerard says, “We’re fully committed to reinvigorating the beauty industry and bolstering economic growth. Ultimately, we believe Beauty Space will help to foster business by bringing together the entire beauty community.”
Beauty Space Pre-Event Webinar
Southeast Asia Beauty Insights: Challenges and Opportunities
Hear directly from industry experts as they share about Southeast Asia beauty insights and address the key challenges and opportunities on how the beauty industry can continue to conduct business practices in this challenging times.
This session will feature an expert panel consisting of Sirinar Puppachat from Mintel Thailand; Effendi from Indonesia Association of Health and Beauty Entrepreneurs (APK21); Jacqueline O. Lim from Chamber of Cosmetics Industry of the Philippines, Inc. (CCIP), and Alvin Loh from Malaysia Cosmetology Chamber of Commerce (PAMM).
Welcoming remarks by Claudia Bonfiglioli from Informa Markets – Beauty Global and Dianah Athirah from Informa Markets Malaysia – Beauty will serve as host.
Topic: Southeast Asia Beauty Insights: Challenges and Opportunities
Date: 14 September 2021
Time: 2.30PM – 4.00PM (GMT+8 Malaysia Time)
Platform: Zoom Webinar
Register HERE now!
BEAUTY SPACE SECOND EDITION VIRTUALLY SET TAKES PLACE FROM NOV 29 TO DEC 2,2021
Reimagining The New World of Beauty
Informa Markets is bringing back Beauty Space 2nd edition which set to be held from 29 November to 2 December 2021 virtually, following the maiden edition in 2020. An ideal regional online meeting place for beauty professionals to connect with the global beauty community through B2B digital networking and matchmaking platform.
Beauty Space returns with a completely new, convenient and comprehensive online business matching solution, combining powerful forces together of six ASEAN beauty shows from Malaysia (Cosmobeauté Malaysia & Beautyexpo), Indonesia (Cosmobeauté Indonesia, Philippines (Philbeauty) and Vietnam (Cosmobeauté Vietnam & Vietbeauty).
Beauty Space provides lucrative opportunities in the beauty industry to answer a growing demand of shaping the future of beauty in this digital era, enabling stakeholders to present latest product innovations and cutting-edge technologies whilst meet international prospects. “In the new world of beauty, Beauty Space strives to become a preeminent platform for the industry players to get connected, inspired and energized. We thrive to keep momentum of Southeast Asia beauty industry and pivot towards importance of resilient beauty,” shares David Bondi, Senior Vice President – Asia of Informa Markets.
Informa Markets remains more than ever committed in spearheading the beauty industry within beauty businesses and entire beauty community to ensure stay buoyant despite pandemic. Beauty Space brings together stakeholders, distributors, retailers and buyers under one seamless platform throughout four days of online business networking vast opportunities.
Together, all of these six ASEAN beauty shows will complement each other in Beauty Space and continue to drive economic growth in this emerging beauty market. Beauty Space will be anticipating nearly 200 key industry players to present their products and innovations in Beauty Space. Everyone is welcome to meet and engage on the smart networking platform.
Ten dedicated sectors will be covered include Aesthetic, Beauty, Cosmetics & Embroidery, Hair, Halal beauty, Nail, OEM/ODM, Spa & Wellness, Supply Chain and Cosmetics Ingredients. With the fast-growing beauty market, Beauty Space focuses on each four countries unique key target market whilst tapping into Southeast Asia: Malaysia – Halal Cosmetics & Personal Care, Indonesia – Cosmetic Ingredients & Supply Chain, Philippines – Mass Beauty & Personal Care and Vietnam – E-Commerce, Retailer & Cosmetics.
Aside from business matchmaking, Beauty Space also features an informative, interactive and captivating packed agenda sessions through live streaming and video-on-demand format. This provides the ideal platform to share latest trends, stimulate ideas, educate, share expertise by distinguished speakers and key industry leaders within the community.
For more information and updates, please visit www.beautyspacevirtual.com.
Blue Is The New Green: How APAC Beauty Firms Are Riding The Wave Towards Marine Protection
From ethically sourced marine ingredients to waterless formulations, cosmetic companies in Asia Pacific are turning their attention towards marine protection on the latest step on their journey towards sustainability.
While green beauty focuses on environmental protection, blue beauty stems from the need to address and correct the ways the industry’s products harm our oceans. “From ingredient sourcing to responsible packaging, industry leaders that were previously seen as ‘green’ are now making a concerted effort to become ‘blue’. It’s certainly resonating with the sustainability and ethical expectations of consumers. With the oceans covering more than 70% of the Earth’s surface, it comes as no surprise that future leaders are advocating their protection,” explained Krutika Sen, business affairs manager of Australian biotech firm Marinova.
She said that the trend, while a global one, is spreading quickly in the APAC region, evidenced by more research into the potential of marine-derived ingredients.
Furthermore, because of the historic use of seaweeds in many Asian cultures, the company expects seaweed to be in high demand among brands from APAC.
“We tend to see APAC brands very open to incorporating seaweed extracts into their products. They are already aware of many the therapeutic benefits offered by certain seaweeds and their bioactive compounds and keen to embrace new scientific evidence as it emerges.”
As the blue beauty model emphasises the entire supply chain, Sen expects it to place sustainable and ethical sourcing under the microscope.
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