Shiseido and the Keio University Institute for Advanced Biosciences sign agreement of creation of beauty innovations and human resource development
Shiseido has signed a comprehensive collaboration agreement with the Institute for Advanced Biosciences, Keio University in order to ‘foster talented individuals who will lead future innovation.’
Firmenich has announced that it has signed a strategic partnership with sense experience pioneer, ScentRealm. The duo will work together to enhance the fragrance and aroma experience for Firmenich’s customers and consumers through jointly developed digital devices.
Indian retailer Reliance is hoping to build a portfolio of 50 to 60 grocery, household and personal care brands as it gears up to compete with the likes of Unilever and Procter & Gamble, according to a report published by Reuters.
AmorePacific has reopened its Shanghai production center after the city lifted its month-long standstill order, according to a report published by Pulse News.
A recall has been issued in New Zealand for products from two sunscreen brands: Nivea and Sun Bum, according to a report published by the New Zealand Herald.
L’Oréal India has announced that its Baddi manufacturing plant has hit 100 percent carbon neutral status, according to a report published by Mint.
K Beauty gets a boost; Seoul looks to make its mark on the global beauty and fashion market with new US$168 million project
Seoul is looking to make its mark on the global beauty and fashion market with a new five-year project worth US$168 million, according to a report by Aju Business Daily.
K-beauty brands such as AmorePacific are likely to feel the effects of China’s renewed lockdowns keenly, according to a report published by The Korea Times.
Shiseido has announced that it has granted a license to Toyo University, allowing the educational institution to use the J-beauty behemoth’s low energy manufacturing technology following a project that saw students develop a low-environmental impact hand serum.
Mondi has announced that it has agreed to sell its personal care components business to Nitto Denko Corporation for an enterprise value of €615 million.