British Beauty Council Annual Report 2020

Jan 13, 2021

Entering 2021, we have reflected upon the work that has been done throughout 2020 with our Annual Report.

Since the annual report issued in December 2019, and the worldwide lockdown since March 2020, it’s clear that the Covid-19 crisis has created unforeseen challenges that will change the beauty industry, not always positively, possibly forever. This crisis has propelled the British Beauty Council into the national spotlight faster than could have been imagined and during a time that has seen everyone’s lives turned upside down.

 

The result is that the British Beauty Council has worked quickly to earn its status as a body that is heavily relied on by members, the wider industry, other industry bodies and the government. We will continue to advise, represent and campaign on behalf of this previously poorly-represented yet hugely important sector of the British economy.

 

You can read the full 2020 Annual Report here.

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