HPCI South Africa 2019 – Gateway to one of the most important future markets

The first event exclusively devoted to ingredients for home and personal care products will take place in South Africa from September 4-5, 2019 in Johannesburg, Gallagher Exhibition Centre. The African continent is the coming market in the future and now is the time to present your products there.

The exhibition is an ideal opportunity for local and international suppliers, manufacturer and agents to network whilst stimulating growth and trade. South Africa is the gateway to Africa and participants from all Africa as well as a global contingency are expected to visit. Major national and international suppliers such as Evonik, Carst and Walker, Vantage, Croda, Chemgrit, Symrise, Dia-Stron, Brenntag and others, will showcase their latest developments for Home Care and Personal Care products.

The Society of Cosmetic Chemists South Africa (Coschem) will host their annual scientific conference in conjunction with this prestigious exhibition. The conference theme is: “Innovating the Possibility” and will focus on the dissemination of scientific information, bringing world class scientists and professionals to the African continent. Local and international presenters will be invited to present posters and papers outlining new research and developments and new materials that can be brought to market.

Top reasons to attend:

  • Keep on top of personal and home care ingredients trends
  • Compare and source products & services
  • Safe time and minimize cost
  • Get access to thought leaders
  • Network and connect with peers
  • Fuel your creativity

The Coschem Conference together with the HPCI South Africa exhibition is a truly exclusive and unique opportunity to meet peers from many African countries and gain new insights in the innovations of the industry. Beside the scientific conference highlights, a workshop for safety assessment organized with the support of the CTFA (Cosmetic, Toiletries & Fragrance Association) South Africa will focus on relevant issues in the safety of cosmetic production.

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