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September 10th, 2007
HBA Technical will explore cosmetic trends in depth
This year's HBA Technical will dig deeper into the science of aging as part of a strategy of narrowing the focus of conference talks to enable attendees to pick up relevant information about an increasingly niche-based industry.
The lectures will help companies define the profile of the new executive who will need to have a both a technical background and understanding of global markets.
The other topics to be discussed at the conference include nanotechnology, environmental sustainability and skin care technologies that can communicate with the mind.
As well as being an opportunity for cosmetics professionals to educate themselves about the latest trends, HBA Technical also serves as a meeting place for suppliers, researchers and buyers and sees companies displaying new technologies and innovations on the show floor.
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