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June 10, 2011

Euromonitor and Cosmeticsdesign.com Webinar: Skin Care Opportunities in the BRIC Markets

St.basil Join Euromonitor International and Cosmeticsdesign.com for a webinar on June 15 at 3PM EST.

Virginia Lee, Senior Research Analyst at Euromonitor International, will join Cosmeticsdesign.com for a webinar titled “Skin Care Opportunities in the BRIC Markets” during the Skincare Ingredients 2011 Virtual Conference & Expo. Ms. Lee will discuss how 4 factors – long-term economic growth, an emerging middle class, urbanization and modern retailing – translate into huge opportunities for skin care in the BRIC markets. She will review regional and country-level beauty and personal care performance drawn from Euromonitor International’s syndicated database. Brazil, Russia, India and China are expected to continue outpacing global beauty and personal care performance in the years between 2010 and 2015.

Visit Cosmeticsdesign.com's website to register for the webinar.


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