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June 22-23, 2005 in Chicago, IL
Packaging guru JoAnn R. Hines will wield her expertise when Chemical Week presents Prestige Products for the Personal Care Industry on June 22-23, 2005 in Chicago, IL.
She will be among other invited speakers representing companies such as Revlon, Estee Lauder, Avon, International Flavors & Fragrances, Phytomer, Beierdorf AG, Mary Kay Inc, Aveda, and Lancome to name a few.
Hines` presentation will focus on prestige products for boomers: if you package them will they buy? Is your silent salesperson (your package) good enough to capture your boomer audience in 2.6 seconds? About 70% of all purchase decisions are made in the store. Do you know what boomers are looking for in packaging? Or do they even want to be called boomers? And what factors will influence their purchasing decision?
As the number and net worth of core prestige consumers rises, particularly in Eastern Europe and Asia, the growth in the prestige cosmetics and fragrance markets is driven skyward. Its development jumped 4.7% in 2003 to reach an overall market size of US$47 billion (GCI, October 2004). In response to this upswing, Chemical Week in conjunction with GCI Magazine is hosting Prestige Products for the Personal Care Industry. The event is targeted to the suppliers and end users of the luxury personal care market.
June 27-29, 2005
The Packaging & Design Summit takes place June 27-29 at the Hard Rock Hotel & Casino in Hollywood, Florida.
Chief People Packager JoAnn R. Hines will present her program on The Summit will provide the middle and senior level package, design and marketing executive with the strategies needed to satisfy both the consumer and the company. The summit`s five (5)-track conference program will focus on innovation, packaging for the global marketplace, streamlining processes, RFID/EPC, and strategic partnerships. The summit is produced by marcus evans, a leading business intelligence company.
Watch for WMPKG Founding Executive Director JoAnn R. Hines` informative E-Book Quid Pro Quo for Women. This entertaining, new program provides sensible, down-to-earth answers to questions about what is socially ``correct`` in today`s workplace communications among businesswomen. The seminar explores the classic personality differences between the speaker and listener in a humorous and entertaining manner. ``Is her bark worse than her bite?`` The details examine the differences between polished professional communication and rude, contrite behavior. Learn how to capitalize on effective communication techniques that win over the difficult colleague without engaging a referee.