NYSCC Suppliers’ Day Presentation Theater
Tuesday, May 7, 2019
Presentation Theater – right on the show floor!
Brooke Schleehauf, Assistant Editor, Cosmetics & Toiletries magazine
Right adjacent to the sold-out exhibit floor featuring more then 450 suppliers with specialty areas showcasing the art & science of innovation, will be the Presentation Theater. This hub for industry education houses Suppliers’ Day’s complimentary programs including Discover Sustainability and The World of Chemistry. Presentations from our industry partners including C&T, ICMAD, and PCPC will also be showcased in the afternoons along with select interactive exhibitor talks from AIC, Austrade, Coptis, Evonik, Innospec, SGS, Silab and more. Read on for the full schedule of information.
Clean Beauty Decoded
Jeb Gleason-Allured, editor in chief, Global Cosmetic Industry magazine
Rachel Grabenhofer, managing editor, Cosmetics & Toiletries magazine
1:00PM – 1:25PM
Clean beauty: everyone is talking about it, but no universal definition of the concept exists. This session will focus on the consumer drive for safe, sustainable, transparent and ethical beauty products, as well as the strategies retailers, brands and suppliers are taking to meet the needs of this booming, nebulous category.
New Botanical Actives with Full Traceability & High Biological Performance
Vanessa Rivera – Innovation Scientist – SENSIENT
1:30PM – 1:55PM
Powered by Phytoclean™, a patented 100% water extraction technology, Natpure™ Xtra Botanical Actives merge ethical sourcing, green extraction, and powerful in vitro performance that meets the highest expectations of clean botanical actives for the next generation of cosmetics.
Supporting Product Claims: How to Avoid Regulatory Scrutiny
Catherine Centro – Business Development Manager, Active Ingredients North America – Clariant International Ltd
2:00PM – 2:25PM
A successful and responsible new product launch is built on fine tuning key marketing claims that resonate with the intended consumer audience – but supporting product claims that can withstand scrutiny is a challenging activity. Be sure you understand the key essentials, including: How to evaluate different types of claims and the level of substantiation that may be required to back your claim; how consumer interpretations can affect your substantiation arguments; and the hazards of inadequate substantiation.
Industrial Fermentation and its Application to Personal Care Products
Cameron Whitney – Market Development Manager – Jungbunzlauer Inc.
2:30PM – 2:55PM
Fermentation allows for the production of natural-based raw material. Through the action of microorganisms, a variety of compounds can be produced on a large scale. We will describe the process and apply some of these compounds to the formulation of a BB cream.
New Breakthrough to Reverse Hair Greying
Mathias Fleury, Category Manager, Givaudan Active Beauty
3:00PM – 3:25PM
Discover Darkenyl™, the groundbreaking hair pigmentation recovery active ingredient crafted by Givaudan Active Beauty! Leveraging on white and green technologies, its combination of two powerful natural molecules protects hair follicle melanocytes against external attacks and reactivates melanogenesis from within, thus making Darkenyl™ the perfect companion to tackle hair greying!
BASF Launches Its Revolutionary Ingredient Insider Tool
Prerna Chatterjee – Sustainability Marketing Manager – BASF
3:30PM – 3:55PM
The rise of transparency & digitalization in the beauty industry along with access to information on demand has shifted control to the individual. Newly empowered consumers know what ingredients they want to avoid in their products. With several chemical lists in the market – which one do you want to follow? The choice is now yours! This tool is the one stop shop for personal care formulators. Join us at the launch of the first ever Ingredient Insider tool to learn more about it.
Naturality: Get Inspired, Innovate and Create Value
Jean-Philippe Cosson – Sales and Marketing Director – SILAB
4:00PM – 4:25PM
Since its creation 35 years ago, SILAB has been committed to mastering nature, from the raw material coming exclusively from plants or biotechnology up to the active ingredient intended for skin and hair care. Extensive scientific and technological expertise allows SILAB’s eco-designed active ingredients to be effective, safe and sustainable.
How to Commercialize Cosmetic Products and Manage Performance Metrics
Ben Alston – Product Manager and IT Data Management Engineer – Ithos Global
4:30PM – 4:55PM
Getting a product to market quickly and in compliance is critical to its success. Inconsistent regulatory information, gaps in communication, or mismanaging performance metrics within the new product introduction process (NPI) can lead to significant unexpected costs and delays. To meet company goals and market demands, it is essential to have the right knowledge, tools, and performance metrics in place. When utilizing an effective data output strategy, commercializing your products can be done quickly, efficiently, and at scale.
Amanda Wagner currently serves as the Sales Coordinator and Cosmetic Sales Representative at ALPS. She graduated from West Chester University in West Chester, PA with a Bachelor’s of Science degree in Nutrition. Amanda has expanded her knowledge of Nutrition by applying those same principles to her passion for skincare as an overall total body wellness philosophy. On her time off she enjoys helping others create nutritional plans to contribute to their personal well-being. She looks forward to establishing ALPS as a leader in advanced skin care technologies.
David Carson is a Product Development Manager at ALPS. He has always been interested in making things and making them better. After studying Chemical Engineering at the University of South Florida, he found a fit at ALPS where they make lives better. Always looking to improve and get involved, David enjoys the full range of challenges within product development all the way to sales. Outside of the office he will easily be found playing with his sons or designing innovative solutions for his home. David strives to share ideas, and be on the cutting edge of developing technologies.
Catherine Centro is the Business Development Manager, Active Ingredients North America for Clariant International Ltd. During her career Catherine has held both technical and commercial positions specializing in active ingredients for personal care. She has authored technical, peer-reviewed papers and oversaw new product development and substantiation testing for skin care. Her educational background is in biology. Before joining this industry, Catherine was involved in influenza vaccination research at New York Medical University.
Jeb Gleason-Allured is the editor in chief of Global Cosmetic Industry Magazine and Perfumer & Flavorist Magazine. Representing the fourth generation of the Allured family to work with the industry, he oversees strategy for the World Perfumery Congress, Flavorcon and Beauty Accelerate events.
Rachel Grabenhofer is the managing editor for Cosmetics & Toiletries, the premier industry resource for cosmetics research and development. Serving the brand for more than 18 years, she has deep roots within the industry and has served on judging panels for the in-cosmetics and Cosmetics 360 awards, led previous Cosmetics & Toiletries Summits, and is currently an active member of the Society of Cosmetic Chemists.
Prerna Chatterjee, Sustainability Marketing Manager at BASF has devoted herself to creating business value through Sustainability. Through extensive research and industry interaction, she helps construct and map value chains for customers, identify and prioritize their issues, industry trends and benchmarking them on the basis of Sustainability. Prerna is a mechanical engineer and has a master’s degree in Sustainability Management from Columbia University, New York. Prerna has also been named to the 2016 GreenBiz 30 under 30 list which profiles the “best and the brightest people breaking new ground in the world of sustainable business.”
Vanessa Rivera has worked in the Cosmetics industry for over 9 years. In her current role as Innovation Scientist at Sensient Cosmetic Technologies, Vanessa manages claims substantiation testing and coordinates studies with various independent labs around the world. She began her career as a chemist at Kobo Products where she formulated color cosmetic and skincare products, and continued at Shiseido in the claims substantiation group. Vanessa has a Bachelor’s Degree in Biology from Wellesley College.
Mr. Mathias Fleury is the Givaudan Active Beauty Category Manager for active ingredients, creating the link between the science and technical knowledge from the R&D department, and the creativity and mar-keting tools needed by the sales network to best communicate to the final customer.
Passionate about beauty & cosmetics, Mr. Fleury holds an M.S. in Colloidal Science, with a specialization in Cosmetics, from the French National Superior School for Chemistry (ENSCL), in Lille.
Jean-Philippe Cosson graduated in biochemistry on the one hand and obtained an executive master in business from ESCP-EAP in Paris on the other hand. He joined SILAB in 1989 at its early stage of development in natural cosmetic active ingredients, which represent today the entire business of the company. In charge of the French market at first, he then developed the European market through distributors and implanted the SILAB’s business in the US in 1995. Then, under his responsibility, the company extended its activities with Asian and South American platforms. Taking over the Global Marketing & Sales Manager position in 1999, Jean-Philippe is now leading the relationship with the key players, he manages the sales team based in France and he directly drives operations and technical support to SILAB Inc., SILAB China, SILAB South East Asia and SILAB South America.
Cameron Whitney is a member of the Business Development Group within Jungbunzlauer. He has achieved a master’s degree in Chemistry from Southern Illinois University Edwardsville and has spent a number of years in technical roles, working as a protein chemist for DuPont’s Nutrition and Health group as well as a lab chemist for ICL Performance Products. He has assumed his new role in 2017 with Jungbunzlauer. focusing on market development opportunities as it relates to various industries, from Personal Care to Polymer Processing and much more.
Ben Alston is a product manager at Ithos Global, an industry leader in global regulatory compliance solutions. At Ithos, his team is responsible for curating, maintaining, and updating the substance-level regulatory content databases. He works closely with clients to understand their challenges, receive feedback, and guides the incorporation of these changes into future product enhancements and business development efforts. Ithos is grounded on the belief that integrity of data – for clients and regulators alike – is at the heart of any effective compliance program, yet companies often lack a cohesive platform to help them manage their regulatory activity. Ben holds a BS in Electrical Engineering from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute and is currently pursuing an MBA at the State University of New York at Albany. Before coming to work for Ithos, Ben previously held positions at Hitachi Vantara and Cypress Semiconductor.