[Podcast] Talking Fragrance Property With Saskia Wilson-Brown

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On the latest episode of the Two Sense podcast, Perfumer & Flavorist sat down with Saskia Wilson-Brown, founder and executive director of The Institute for Art and Olfaction, to talk about her World Perfumery Congress presentation and recent fragrance copyright initiative. 

Last time we talked with Wilson-Brown, we learned about her institute and how it is providing educational opportunities for perfume fans of all levels. In our more recent conversation, we discuss her recent plan to secure the rights of independent perfumers through developing a Creative Commons style approach. 

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“All of us have a right to engage in an art form and if perfumery is indeed an art form, in addition to a business, everyone has the right to the information.”  

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The World Perfumery Congress (WPC) is the global stage for fragrance creativity, ingredients, technology and business—providing the ideal forum for discussing the industry’s latest issues and breakthroughs. The unique three-day educational and networking forum unites fragrance industry professionals, its suppliers and brand marketers to discuss current and future opportunities. Visit for more information about the event.