Beauty and personal care ingredients in India: role of Distributors

According to a study by Euromonitor International growth of beauty and personal care in India slowed in 2019, plagued by adverse macroeconomic factors and dynamics including a growing unemployment rate, rising inflation, and a slowdown in rural consumption on the back of poor farm income. While there continued to be a desire to experiment with different beauty and personal care products in 2019, especially amongst young consumers, and a growing need for variety, consumers remained price conscious.As a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, companies in the beauty and personal care market are expected to find 2020 a challenging year. Demand is set to suffer from the impact of the lockdown while consumer confidence will be dented by ongoing economic uncertainty.

These days the Home and Personal Care Industry is also facing supply chain challenges. The organizers of the Home and Personal Care Ingredients Exhibition and Conference India offer now another webinar, which will take place on 29 September 2020. This time Dilip Raghavan, managing Director of HPCI India welcomes 15 industrial leaders in order to explore in a panel discussion the role of distributors in Personal, Homecare and Cosmetics Ingredient. Registration is free of charge.



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