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Cosmetic 360: cleantech in the spotlight

Cosmetic 360, the international trade show for innovation in the perfume and cosmetics industry, will be held in Paris, at the Carrousel du Louvre, on October 18 and 19, 2023.

The theme of this 9th edition will be "cleantech", a group of "clean technologies" whose role is to provide a better response to today's challenges in terms of ecology and the fight against global warming: renewable energies, water cycles, biomaterials, decarbonization, the circular economy, recycling, and so on.

Improving on existing techniques, or even replacing them, cleantech's distinctive feature is that it generates innovations, particularly in industry, with added environmental value, while ensuring the competitiveness of companies.

"Our sector is taking a major turn for the better in line with the cleantech sector, which is experiencing a real acceleration in the face of environmental challenges. Once again this year, Cosmetic 360 will open up innovative and responsible avenues for the cosmetics industry, stresses Franckie Béchereau, Director of Cosmetic 360. Chis theme corresponds not only to the values of the industry, but also to those of our show.

What's new?

- A program of conferences, with committed and renowned experts, dedicated to advances in clean technologies,

- A new expert trail will identify exhibitors presenting cleantech solutions,

- A "cleantech Innovation center" with cutting-edge expertise in green energies and decarbonization (supported by the Idec Invest Innovation Group investment fund).

To broaden the scope of innovative technologies, Cosmetic 360 - supported by the Cosmetic Valley competitiveness cluster - will also feature an area dedicated to deep tech: AI, blockchain, RFID, additive manufacturing, contactless screens. All stages, from product creation to distribution, manufacturing and marketing, will be addressed through these different technologies proposed by Systematic-Paris-Région.

Unmissable events 

Visitors will be invited to explore the future of the industry through a wide range of forward-looking activities on the stands of Chanel, L'Oréal, LVMH and Pharma&Beauty Group, or in the zones set up by Beauty Tech Chartres, Greentech, CNRS and Ibita.

Cosmetic 360 2023, in brief

  • 250 French and international exhibitors, including 36 start-ups
  • 23 countries represented: Belgium, China, Comoros, Denmark, France, Gabon, Germany, Greece, Israel, Italy, Luxembourg, Netherlands, Peru, Poland, Portugal, South Korea, Spain, Switzerland, Taiwan, Thailand, United Kingdom, United States of America.
  • Regional pavilions: Centre-Val de Loire, Ile-de-France, Normandie, Nouvelle-Aquitaine, Guyane and Martinique.

Only a few days left to apply for the Open innovation service

The Open Innovation service is aimed at researchers and innovators, offering them the opportunity to present their technology, whatever its level of maturity, and to exchange ideas with business experts from leading companies in the cosmetics industry.

The innovations presented can concern the entire cosmetics value chain: raw materials, measurement, testing, packaging, materials, formulation, industrialization, finished products, logistics, retail, etc.

Each selected project will receive a proposal for an exchange with technical experts from Chanel, L'Oréal, LVMH Recherche, and Pharma & Beauty Group during the show.

Applications must be submitted by August 31, 2023: https://www.cosmetic-360.com/fr/pages/open-innovation-137.html

Since 2015, more than 1,400 projects from 35 different countries have been submitted, with over 600 meetings organized. Every year, several major companies in the industry get involved in this operation.

Photo : © Studio NathSam

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