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The 1990s did not just witness economic liberalization in India but also saw the most number of wins in beauty contests by Indians with two Miss Universe Crowns (1994and 2000) and four Miss World Crowns (1994, 1997, 1999and 2000). It is widely believed that along with the growing popularity of yoga, the win by Indian beauties on the international platform contributed to the popularity and sale of cosmetics in India. The Indian cosmetics industry had a strong growth trajectory after the Miss World pageant that was held in India in 1996. Since then, the Indian cosmetic industry has grown in leaps and bounds. India's retail beauty and cosmetics industry, currently estimated at $950 million, is likely to almost treble to $2.68 billion by 2020. Annual growth in the Indian beauty and cosmetics markets is estimated to remain in the range of 15-20 percent in the coming years, twice as fast as that of the US and European markets.

 

India's fascination with youth and physical beauty has prompted a rise in the development over recent years of "high-performance" cosmetics called Cosmeceuticals, containing bioactive ingredients for skin damaged by the effects of sun and aging. Companies that produce personal care products are now seeking new bioactive ingredients and new delivery system technologies, revolutionizing the way we look at beauty and wellness therapies today.
 
Indian consumers are also inclined towards natural and herbal cosmetic products. The herbal cosmetics industry is expected to grow at a rate of 12% in India. Indian manufacturers export a wide range of quality cosmetics globally, which have gained worldwide acceptance.  
 
With this background, ASSOCHAM is organizing COSMé India 2017: Conference cum Exhibition and Awards on Cosmeceuticals, Cosmetics & Personal Care on 5th October 2017 at Hotel Shangri La, New Delhi with the objective of understanding the issues and challenges faced by Indian Cosmeceuticals, Cosmetics and Personal Care Industry.
 
Objectives
 
·   Bring stakeholders on a common platform to network and discuss development and expansion of Cosmeceuticals, Cosmetics and Personal Care market in India.
·      Drawing attention of various corporate heads to take up the responsibility to support and collaborate on expanding the industry and exports of products.
·    To bring together major players to the problems faced and to discuss probable solutions
·    Opportunity for networking and collaborations between Government and Private Sector to address critical aspects of the Industry.
·   To synchronize India's manufacturing standards with the ones adopted globally, so as to help Indian Cosmetics Industry gain a steady stand in the overseas markets.
·   Showcase new products, innovations and technologies by the industry, government, private sector, research organization and community groups etc. to make the fraternity more aware of Cosmeceuticals, Cosmetics and Personal Care products available.

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For more details please contact: 

Ms. Payal Swami, +91-8527500385, payal.swami@assocham.com
Mr. Anshul Gupta, +91-7838665766, anshul.gupta@assocham.com
Mr. Vipin Panthri, +91-8178386701, vipin.panthri@assocham.com

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