Centre for Management Technology's Africa Home and Personal Care Markets in Johannesburg this September 26-27 analyses Africa's fast emerging beauty, personal and home care market, formulation trends, growth potential and raw materials innovations. The summit is supported by Cosmetic, Toiletry and Fragrance Association of South Africa (CTFA).
JOHANNESBURG, Aug. 14, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- CMT's Africa Home and Personal Care Markets summit aims to discuss the opportunities in Africa's lucrative HPC sector and prospects in 'Formulating for Africa's new consumers'. L'Oreal South Africa shares insights on 'the Crown of African Women: Addressing Diverse Hair needs in Sub-Saharan Africa'.
Find out more about formulating for Africa's growing consumers and performance of the home and personal care markets from East African Lion Brands Industries highlighting Ethiopia's Home and Personal Care Market prospects - demand and supply projection and rise of powder detergent vs laundry soap, raw materials supply chain, while PZ Cussons Nigeria shares a detailed account of - Formulating home and personal care products for Nigeria's consumers.
Packaging design trends to fit African consumers and packaging demand in the digital age is reviewed by Unilever South Africa while Dabur South Africa presents a paper on 'Changing Formulation Trends in Private Labels Cosmetics and Personal Care'.
The current regulatory environment in South African personal care and cosmetics sector is shifting from self-regulation to full regulation. Event Supporter - Cosmetic, Toiletry and Fragrance Association of South Africa (CTFA) will shed more light on the regulatory environment in the South African personal care and cosmetics sector at the summit.
Meanwhile Vantage Specialty Chemicals presents a session entitled 'Green and Natural Ingredients Trends in Africa's Skin Care Formulation', while Botanica Natural Products shares on 'Production and Supply of African Ingredients to African Personal Care Markets in Sub-Saharan Africa'.
Organized by Centre for Management Technology (CMT), the program also includes Euromonitor's 'Regional Overview of the Sub-Saharan Africa Beauty and Personal Care Sectors', HSBC Securities sharing the Economic Outlook of Sub-Sahara Africa as well as Novozymes' analysis of 'African Laundry Washing Habits - How Can a Brand Cater to the Changing Needs & Differentiate Itself', among other sessions.
For more information, visit Africa Home and Personal Care Markets website.
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