Decoding The Chinese Beauty Market

Join BeautyMatter and the British Beauty Council for an exclusive event designed to decode the Chinese beauty market. The afternoon is being hosted in collaboration with the Department for International Trade and Spring, with support from Azoya

As China transitions from a zero-Covid policy, there is light at the end of the tunnel to finally move past the pandemic-induced uncertainty. Navigating the market will require foreign brands to have the agility to navigate political, business, and cultural shifts as the second-largest consumer beauty market in the world reopens.

We will take a deep dive into understanding the nuances of the current China beauty landscape to surface the immense opportunities in a maturing market with perhaps the most sophisticated consumers in the world.

The Speakers:

2:50 PM – Just The Numbers: State of the China Beauty Market
Brandon Pemberton, President, Market Defense
Luis Galano, 2 Open China. Ecommerce & Business Solutions

3:10 PM – Entering The China Market Profitably
Franklin Chu – Managing Director, Azoya

3:40 PM – Doing Business In China: Legal Considerations
Julia Dickenson – Of Counsel, Baker McKenzie
Tina Hartwright – Senior Associate, Baker McKenzie

3:50 PM – Doing Business In China: The Regulatory Landscape
Seongmin(Mike) SohnREACH24H External Resources

4:20 PM – What It Takes To Succeed In China
Joy Isaacs – Founder, ARgENTUM apothecary
Dr. Marko Lens – Founder, Zelens
Shane Carnell-Xu, Co-Founder, Shake Up Cosmetics

5:00 PM – Trends Driving the Market
Elisa Harca – Co-Founder + Asia CEO, Red Ant Asia
Jing Zhang – Global Editor-In-Chief, Jing Daily

5:20 PM – Translating Western Beauty Brands for Success in China: 6 Key Principles
Sally-Anne Limb, Head of Insights, Spring



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