CTPA Speaking at In-cosmetics Global, 4-6 April, London
In-cosmetics Global will take place at ExCeL, London on 4 – 6 April 2017, bringing together 700+ exhibitors of ingredients, fragrances, laboratory equipment, testing and regulatory solutions with over 9,000 cosmetic manufacturers worldwide. A leading exhibition in personal care formulation, In-cosmetics global helps shape future global industry trends and offers cost-effective business and networking opportunities for the personal care ingredient community.
Acting as a global launchpad for innovations in ingredients and technologies, in-cosmetics Global delivers a world-class and highly interactive educational programme for formulators, R&D and regulatory professionals.
CTPA will be presenting on the business and regulatory implications of ‘Brexit’ with a panel of expert speakers.
Further information from the In-cosmetics website
CTPA Webinar 31 January - The Implications of the UK Leaving the European Union from the Perspective of the Cosmetics Industry
CTPA held a webinar on 31 January 2017 on ‘The Implications of the UK Leaving the European Union from the Perspective of the Cosmetics Industry’. The webinar was open to members and non-members. Over 90 participants from UK, Europe and non-European countries joined the webinar.
Dr Chris Flower (Director-General) introduced the webinar by providing information on CTPA and the work carried out by CTPA on Brexit. Olivia Santoni (Head of Regulatory & International Services) then provided information on the process of Brexit and the key regulatory implications for the cosmetics industry.
A recording of the webinar is available below as well as on our YouTube channel.
A pdf version of the presentation can be downloaded here.
The presentation covered the following topics:
- The process of exiting the EU:
- Article 50 of the Lisbon Treaty;
- UK political impact;
- Impact on the Cosmetics Industry:
- UK trade in global market and overall assessment;
- Cosmetics Regulation (EC) No 1223/2009;
- REACH and other regulations.
Click here for more information on Brexit.