ExCeL London announced as venue for in-cosmetics Global 2017

Personal care industry event, in-cosmetics Global, will be held in the UK in 2017 for the first time in 15 years.

The 2017 edition of the event, which has recently taken place in Paris, Barcelona, Milan, Munich and Amsterdam, is returning to ExCeL London next April. London was selected as the destination of choice after research was undertaken with in-cosmetics visitors and exhibitors.


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The 2017 edition of in-cosmetics Global, taking place from the 4-6 April, is expected to attract more than 9,000 visitors and 700+ exhibitors across 16,000sqm of stand space. An expansive education programme is planned, which will feature scientific workshops, marketing trends, technical seminars, interactive formulation lab sessions and live demonstrations.

Cathy Laporte, exhibition director for in-cosmetics Global, said "London is a central hub and we look forward to bringing the event back to the UK after 15 years, particularly given the prominence of the UK market for the cosmetics industry." 

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