Galderma has launched an augmented reality solution named Face by Galderma, which aims to provide healthcare professionals ‘grow their activity and improve patient satisfaction.’
Twinco Capital has announced it has closed a US$12 million equity and debt round in order to expand its supply chain finance platform.
L’Oréal’s venture capital fund, BOLD has announced a minority investment in Digital Village. The US-based start-up offers new, scalable technologies for the creation and interaction of digital identities and assets in virtual worlds.
L’Oréal’s corporate venture fund, BOLD has announced a minority investment in micro-printing firm Prinker. Terms of the deal were not disclosed.
What were we expecting of technology in 2022? Well, after the dominance of internet shopping over the prior two years, more of the same, with bells on. All bets were on livestreaming, already a dominant trend in China, booming in the west.
Alibaba has launched a new marketplace in Spain named Miravia, which is said to connect brands and content creators with consumers.
Avon has partnered with Perfect Corp to launch a virtual try-on (VTO) online shopping experience in nine initial markets, including the UK.
L’Oréal has announced a new, multi-brand beauty partnership with Ready Player Me, the leading cross-game avatar platform for the metaverse.
UK health and beauty retailer Superdrug has signed 300 brands to the newly-launched Superdrug Marketplace.
Are Unilever, L’Oréal and Procter & Gamble among UK’s biggest advertisers shunning TV advertising spend in favour of digital media?
More than two-thirds of the UK’s biggest advertisers are said to be cutting back on traditional television media in 2023, with the recession pushing them to digital media and last-minute promotions, according to a report by the Guardian.