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Is Your Beauty Business Properly Insured?

With new legislation being put into place by the US government, small businesses need to be more cautious than ever in regards to their stability in the marketplace. Kenneth Hegel of Cosmetic Insurance Services (CIS) discusses the importance of insuring your products against product recalls. Interested in learning more about this protection against legislation changes? Mr. Hegel is on the Board of Directors for ICMAD- the International Cosmetic Manufacturers and Distributors. In conjuction with the Professional Beauty Association and the Personal Care Products Council, ICMAD will be at Cosmoprof North America to discuss the efforts that the three associations are making against regulation changes on Monday, July 23rd. This conference is complimentary to all attendees.

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Beauty Stat’s Honest Advice on Social Media Success

Beautystat.com is a beauty maven’s dream. The largest online beauty community connects consumers with beauty truths and dispels all beauty myths. At the same time, Beauty Stat gives consumers product recommendations based on their custom profiles. By allowing consumers to connect directly on the site and keeping an open, honest approach, Beauty Stat has become the “honest beauty bff” of the World Wide Web.
CEO Ron Robinson share a few of the ingredients on the recipe of Beauty Stat’s success. Like what you see? Come see Ron at Cosmoprof North America’s “Social Marketing: The Power of Social Tools,” taking place on Tuesday, July 24th, from 11:00-12:30.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Pam Busiek President - ICMAD

LEGISLATIVE UPDATE: ITS ALL IN THE DETAILS

As a beauty industry insider and generator of growth for our industry, our mission at COSMOPROF NORTH AMERICA is to provide information to cosmetic companies to allow them to best protect and steward their business interests. There are serious talks brewing in Washington DC over a possible legislative battle taking place where it seems that misinformation is being provided to politicians by radical activist groups which can severely impact the way the business of beauty will be carried out.

 

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