The British Beauty Council represents a wide range of businesses across the personal care sector, from those offering professional services in hair, beauty and wellness to product development, retail, technology and brands both large and small.
We represent the sector by focusing on four pillars:
Each pillar has a unique focus that reflects the needs of the sector and its workforce, directing resource to creating stability and growth over the coming three-year period to empower businesses to thrive.
Key areas for sector improvement will be addressed with both short and longer-term projects. These ongoing initiatives require a nimble approach, always taking into account societal and economic changes.
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