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The Société Française des Parfumeurs’ (SFP; www.parfumeurs-createurs.org) 11th International Exhibition of Perfumery Materials took place at the Espace Champerret in Paris. Featuring 50 exhibitors from 17 countries, the event hosted nearly 1,200 visitors over two days. Meanwhile, Sylvie Jourdet (Créassence) officially assumed the presidency of the SFP. Jourdet was inducted by outgoing president Patrick Saint-Yves during a cocktail reception at the perfumery raw material exposition.
Jourdet, a perfumer-creator, previously served as SFP president from 2005 to 2009. She is a graduate of Institut Supérieur International du Parfum de la Cosmétique et de l’Aromatique, where she now instructs students. In resuming the presidency, Jourdet will oversee an organization that seeks to “defend and promote the quality of French perfume and highlight the creation and trade of perfumer.” The association currently has about 900 members, including perfumer-creators, designers, sales, marketing managers, appraisers, raw material chemists, quality controllers, production managers, packaging professionals, lawyers specializing in the law of scented products, and more.
The ingredients displayed included the following: A.C.S. International presented a range of materials, including standard- and fine-fragrance grades of dihydro ambrettolide (CAS# 109-29-5), standard-grade Romanone flakes, and finefragrance grade Romanone Extra.
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