The rise and rise of natural and organic beauty products has created many an opportunity for a wealth of beauty brands, an opportunity Indian naturals company Shahnaz Husain Group is looking to capitalize on.
Indeed, the company has stated it is looking to break into the US, Canadian and Australian naturals market with its range of organic cosmetics and is investing heavily in training and certification to stand the company in the best stead possible to make a mark on these markets.
Shahnuz Husain, CEO, says, “We are expanding our footprints across the globe. We will take Ayurveda and brand India to more countries within a year.
“With the popularity of Ayurvedic beauty care and holistic systems, the competition is bound to increase. The beauty business is booming and there is room for more players,”
Husain is teaching under privileged women in the Bengal area as part of the state government initiative which is implemented by Indus Group of Bengal, a skill development partner.
Husain told the Indian Telegraph, “This a self-employment programme to teach under-privileged women how to grow their confidence and start earning on their own. On an average, over 70 per cent of the students earn up to Rs 10,000 per month.
“We (Shahnaz Husain International Beauty Academy) have already trained and certified nearly 40,000 beneficiaries in beauty and wellness regimes in around 20 districts.”