How are EU cosmetic regulations impacting businesses outside of Europe?

How are EU cosmetic regulations impacting businesses outside of Europe?


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In this latest instalment of the in-cosmetics Connect podcast series, Simon Pitman discusses the European regulations North American businesses cannot afford to ignore.

With guest speakers Angela Diesch (Managing Partner at Diesch Law Group, APC) and Janell Schroeder (Document Control & Certification Specialist at Intelligent Nutrients), we consider how EU cosmetic regulation can impact businesses operating outside of the European Union and why it is important for such businesses to keep in step with those regulations.

This episode takes a deeper look at:
  • EU regulations pertaining to free-from claims
  • Main differences between EU regulations and other regions
  • How non-EU businesses can stay ahead of the regulations
  • Advantages of staying ahead of the latest EU regulatory developments
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Angela DieschJanell Schroeder
Managing Partner
Diesch Law Group, APC
Document Control & Certification Specialist
Intelligent Nutrients

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Simon Pitman established his career as a business journalist 25 years ago. He is the founding editor of the Cosmetics Design B2B business journals, which continue to be the leading beauty and personal care news source worldwide. For almost two decades Simon has been focused on what makes the industry tick, uncovering the latest technologies and product launches, as well as the newest trends to impact this fast paced industry. He is also a veteran of the in-cosmetics Group events, and having attended every one of the shows worldwide he has developed a deep knowledge about everything pertaining to cosmetics formulation.

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