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The Indian fragrance market presents a CAGR of 32.21 percent from the past five years, expecting a growth of more than ten times that in 2021.
Vigon Vice President of Finance and Strategy, Bill Blake, is nominated as finalist for the CFO of the year award.
Moderator Rachel Grabenhofer led a panelist of industry leaders during the third day of the 2016 World Perfumery Congress to answer if fragrance houses can tap into the cosmetic actives market.
At this year's World Perfumer Congress, Givaudan provides a 360 degree video of lavender fields in France to give viewers an inside look at the world of perfumery.
As the final sessions of the World Perfumery Congress come to a close, the morning began with several announcements to excite the industry.
Never before has an interactive discussion between a fragrance house and its client taken place in a public setting. Never before until today, that is—when Jeb Gleason-Allured, editor in chief of Perfumer & Flavorist and Global Cosmetic Industries magazines, and program director of the World Perfumery Congress (WPC), brought both to the stage to lead attendees through the dynamics of the client-perfumer relationship and the power it brings to brands.
A panelist of fragrance industry leaders discussed what it would take for an industry-wide tool and commitment to create green fragrances during the Designing and Assessing Green Fragrance workshop held on day two of the 2016 World Perfumery Congress.
Fragrance houses were encouraged to come together and become Earth’s champions during day one’s keynote presentation at the 2016 World Perfumery Congress.
Why should you be following WPC this year? We'll give you three good reasons.
The agenda for this year’s World Perfumery Congress will focus on sustainability and green practices through a series of presentations, panel discussions and vibrant exhibition tabletops.