AVON Beauty in Colour Start Up Competition

by | Oct 28, 2020

British Beauty Council Patron Avon have launched Avon Beauty in Colour Start Up, a competition which is open to anyone who identifies as a woman of colour and has an early stage or small start up, mixed a formula, or identified a consumer need and has an idea for a beauty product that should be available to everyone.

We are excited to announce that British Beauty Council CEO Millie Kendall MBE is on the judging panel for Avon’s Beauty in Colour Start Up.

 

Avon Beauty in Colour Start Up will see the winner awarded a £20,000 grant and advisory support and mentorship from relevant team members at Avon to create a pathway into the beauty industry to successfully launch or grow their product idea or business. Two runners-up will also be awarded advisory support and mentorship from the Avon UK team to develop their ideas and cultivate their pathways within the beauty industry.

 

To find out more, and to apply, click here.

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