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July 28, 2015

in-cosmetics Indonesia Roadshow 2015


Location: Jakarta, Indonesia

Date: 27 August, 2015

Event Description:  Euromonitor International is pleased to partner with and speak at the in-cosmetics Indonesia Roadshow. Offering a free taste of the in-cosmetics Asia exhibition, this Jakarta-based Roadshow will feature a full day of educational sessions for the cosmetics formulation market, and ingredients suppliers will showcase their latest products at small stalls. The Roadshow is aimed at cosmetic manufacturers involved in R&D, testing, new product development, marketing and regulations with a keen interest in the technical and scientific aspects of personal care product formulation.

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July 25, 2015

Confira nossa apresentação na in-cosmetics Brasil 2015


Evento: in-cosmetics Brasil

Data: 30 de setembro a 1º de outubro de 2015, Expo Center Norte, São Paulo

Confira nossa apresentação:  quarta-feira (30) às 15h

Sobre o evento: A 2ª edição da Feira in-cosmetics Brasil cresce e se consolida em 2015 como um evento internacional totalmente dedicado a matérias-primas para o setor de HPPC. A exemplo do que ocorreu em 2014, em sua primeira edição no país, esse ano ela também promete ser um grande sucesso, trazendo as novidades mundiais em matérias-primas para o setor, com um número ainda maior de expositores e conteúdo educacional ampliado, tornando-se a maior Plataforma Educacional e de Negócios da indústria de HPPC na América Latina. A in-cosmetics Brasil é organizada pela Reed Exhibitions e faz parte do Grupo Internacional in-cosmetics que realiza eventos na Europa, Ásia e América Latina.

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July 20, 2015

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July 18, 2015

Four Key Drivers in Color Cosmetics

2014 was one of the best years for colour cosmetics, recording nearly 6% value growth globally. This video examines the key trends driving this growth including digital and experience marketing, facial contouring, new shades and textures. In the end, cosmetics is about indulging in the senses for the consumer, including color, scent and feel of the product all coming together for a fully personal experience. Watch the video for complete insights.

Oru_MohiuddinVideo features Oru Mohuiddin - Senior Beauty and Personal Care Analyst

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July 11, 2015

Story-Telling and Image-Building: Standalone Stores are Back in Vogue in Western Markets

Nicole_TyrimouAnalyst Insight by Nicole Tyrimou - Beauty and Personal Care Analyst

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In a world where everything moves towards digital, is there still a place for brick-and-mortar stores? Consumers have been increasingly turning online for their beauty purchases leading to an increase of 11% in online sales in 2014, but 84% of global beauty sales remain in the hands of physical stores. Beyond department stores, drugstores/chemists (which have been increasing their beauty space) and beauty specialists like Sephora and Douglas, stand-alone beauty stores are gaining traction. While they have long been a strong presence in Asia’s high street, in Western Europe and especially in the UK, standalone beauty stores are going through a renaissance. This is due to brands like Kiko, Aesop and L’Occitane, which have centred a large part of their brand identity on consumers’ in-store experience.

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June 27, 2015

Coty Doubles in Size with P&G Brand Acquisition

Ildiko-SzalaiAnalyst Insight by Ildiko Szalai - Senior Beauty and Personal Care Analyst

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Coty is set to boost its presence in its core beauty categories via the US$12 billion bid it has reportedly won for Procter & Gamble’s spin-off beauty brands. Coty is undergoing significant changes; it is reducing its reliance on fragrances which generates most of its revenue (50% in 2014) and is now seeking to diversify its portfolio in terms of both category and region. The purchase of Wella and Clairol, if completed, will see Coty’s entry into hair care at global fifth position, whilst the purchase of Max Factor and Cover Girl will double the company’s global value share of colour cosmetics and the integration of Procter & Gamble’s prestige fragrances would see Coty rise to hold the leading global position in fragrances. However, Coty will continue to be challenged by the geographic reach of many of these newly purchased brands as their performances have historically been subdued as a result of their narrow focus on mature markets. Cover Girl generated 88% of its 2014 sales in North America and registered a sales decline between 2009 and 2014. Clairol meanwhile witnessed negative growth during this period due to its heavy reliance on the competitive US hair care market. 

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June 22, 2015

Procter & Gamble to Lose Number One Spot in Beauty

Oru_MohiuddinAnalyst Insight by Oru Mohiuddin - Senior Beauty and Personal Care Analyst

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Procter & Gamble is reportedly selling part of its beauty division to Coty; it includes the Wella and Clairol hair care brands, in addition to its colour cosmetics and fragrances brands. This is part of Procter & Gamble’s longstanding plan to restructure and streamline its focus to become more competitive, but this is also likely to relegate the company to second place, down from the leading global position, and see it overtaken by its arch rival L'Oréal. The question is whether this move is absolutely necessary.

Figure 1: Procter & Gamble vs L'Oréal's Global Ranking within Beauty 2014


Source: Euromonitor International

Note: Sales after divestment exclude Clairol and Wella sales, and all colour cosmetic and fragrance sales

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June 14, 2015

Four Ways that Technology is Changing Beauty

Nicole_TyrimouAnalyst Insight by Nicole Tyrimou - Beauty and Personal Care Analyst

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While the relationships of technology with fashion and luxury have been the source of much media frenzy, its relationship with beauty has, in comparison, been relatively low key. Beauty companies from L’Oréal to Unilever have upped their game through the launch of try-on apps and an extensive social media presence. However, the potential of technology in beauty is still at a nascent stage. As consumers embrace technology in their everyday lives, notably through the increasing use of smartphones, the boundaries between the virtual and real world become increasingly blurred. Virtual wallets, virtual assistants, virtual try-on apps and even virtual currencies like Bitcoin are signs of what is about to come. Now, wearable technology is becoming more commercially available and beauty companies can no longer afford to be on the side-lines. Beauty companies will start to put technology at the centre of their core strategy, making it an intrinsic part of the product.

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May 28, 2015

The Old Spice Factor

Fernando-CruzAnalyst Insight by Fernando Cruz - Research Analyst

In an effort to further boost its growth in men’s grooming, Procter & Gamble is looking to capitalise on opportunities in Latin America through its brand Old Spice. However, the image the brand is creating appears to be out of sync with current trends in how men perceive grooming in the region. Men’s shaving is only expected to record annual growth of 2% over the next five years, while men’s skin care is set to increase by a 5% annual rate in the same period. For example, the image from an Old Spice commercial shows a strong guy, with more muscle than most men, screaming to the screen. He punches other men, bombs explode. And above all, he yells. It is apparent he is rejecting bad smells, but he declares something more important than that: You only need the product he is holding with his right hand to smell good.

However, the issue is that the consumer trend is evolving away from such an image of macho men, and men in the region are increasingly seen to purchase a wider array of grooming products - a phenomenon that could be described as a growing feminisation of the Latin American man. So by portraying such an image, is Old Spice trying to achieve something different to distinguish itself from its competitors and will it work for the brand?

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May 23, 2015

Key Trends for Mergers and Acquisitions in the Beauty and Personal Care Industry

Current mergers and acquisition trends are driven by fast value creation by the purchase of niche and luxury brands. This video discusses the strategies behind these business moves across perfumery, skin care, derma-beauty and more.  Watch the video for complete insights.

Nicholas MicallefVideo features Nicholas Micallef - Beauty and Personal Care Analyst

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