Join the CTSCC’s Education Seminar on Sustainable Cosmetic Product Development scheduled for October 10, 2016.
The consumer market has evolved over time along with the global green movement. Today’s consumers are conscientious buyers who do not simply buy into a green image, they want to see proof that manufacturers are engaged in business practices that would ensure a common, sustainable future for all, in both economical and ecological sense. In short, they demand reassurance and actual substantiation of sustainability. This course will provide an overview of this socio-economic trending and how it is shaping the behavior and practices of both consumers and manufacturers alike in cosmetic/personal care product development.
The instructor of the course, Wen Schroeder, is the founder and president of SEKI Cosmeticals. She is a key expert for the ASEAN-EU Programme for Regional Integration Support in cosmetic and pharmaceutical GMP and testing. Ms. Schroeder is a scientific advisor to Taiwan External Trade Development Council and has served for the Personal Care Products Council. She is active in the Society of Cosmetic Chemists and the Regulatory Affairs Professional Society. With 20+ years of industrial experience, 30 US patents and numerous publications, Ms. Schroeder is an internationally recognized lecturer on cosmetic science and regulatory affairs. Her lecture topics cover a wide range of areas from chemical management, biocide regulations to food, drug and cosmetic law. Ms. Schroeder is the editor of Sustainable Cosmetic Product Development by Allured Books, as the first comprehensive technical reference work in this field for the cosmetic and personal care industry.
Register today for CTSCC’s Education Seminar on Sustainable Cosmetic Products: Market, Regulation & Product Development. The cost is $100 for Members, $150 for Non-Members and $50 for Students.