in-cosmetics Asia & SCS Formulate

Next week I will be flying to Thailand to meet our Business Development Manager Angus, to attend the leading personal care exhibition in the Asia Pacific region – in-cosmetics Asia!

We will be co-exhibiting with our Thai distributor Forecus on a beauty brasserie inspired stand complete with a mini cafe. Always a company to catch the eye of customers, Forecus pull out all the stops with their imaginative stands for in-cosmetics Asia. Last year Forecus had a theater inspired booth, complete with spotlights and a red carpet! It got my imagination going and I was able to produce some posters to reflect the theme.

I am very excited to attend in-cosmetics Asia again as it is not just a hall of exhibition stands! There is a firm focus on interactivity and bringing products and formulations to life through a series of areas, zones, labs and activities. I am intrigued to see these innovative feature areas, particularly the spotlight topics which always highlight the latest trends we see filter through to the Western market in the following months.

You can meet Angus and I at in-cosmetics Asia on stand G30 from Tuesday 31st October to Thursday 2nd November.

Following in-cosmetics Asia, the Oat team will be attending SCS Formulate in Coventry, with our UK distributor Protec Ingredia. SCS Formulate is the UK’s largest event of its kind, focusing on raw materials, ingredients and formulation services for personal care and cosmetic products. SCS Formulate strives to showcase every tool of the trade, providing everything you need to create, make and market cosmetics for today and tomorrow.

Pop over to say hello to us on ProTec Ingredia’s stand 428.

To book an appointment with an Oat representative at in-cosmetics Asia  or SCS Formulate email info@oatcosmetics.com. For more information on our up and coming events and exhibitions, keep an eye on our regularly updated events page. We hope to see you soon!

 

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