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Dec 18, 2007 | 12:53 PM CST
Bond No. 9's creator and CEO Laurice Rahme has initiated a perfume bottle recycling program through the company's stores...
Dec 10, 2007 | 11:53 AM CST
At first glance, the two don’t seem to belong together. A biochemist and a customer-centric business dynamo? But by taking a broader look at both, it makes perfect sense. They’re both about chemistry—understanding it and building it.
Dec 10, 2007 | 11:47 AM CST
By: Liz Grubow
Meeting new expectations inherent in the green trend, in concert with maintaining elegant and sophisticated packaging across beauty and personal care categories, will change the landscape of the brand experience and the relationship that marketers have with their customers.
Dec 10, 2007 | 11:45 AM CST
By: Karen A. Newman
As we prepare to punctuate the sentence that is 2007, we venture once more into the story that has captivated people everywhere: Going Green.
Dec 10, 2007 | 11:38 AM CST
By: Red R. Thalhammer
Consumers seeking organic and natural products look for brands that speak to their lifestyle approach. The packaging of such products must appeal to this contemporary mind-set.
Dec 10, 2007 | 11:04 AM CST
By: Karen A. Newman
P&G’s Martin Hettich builds on the Febreze promise one move at a time.
Nov 08, 2007 | 04:18 PM CST
Fragrance can encourage certain moods and impact behavior. Danielle Kelli Fleming, a certified behavior therapist, became intrigued with the connection between scent, mind and mood during her graduate work in human behavior and psychology.
Oct 26, 2007 | 09:15 AM CDT
The State of California and CTFA are hosting a conference to address green chemistry, air quality and implementation of the California Safe Cosmetics Act.
Oct 02, 2007 | 10:46 AM CDT
A family business can create a focus for the next generation, building a drive to take the company to the next level. For Cristina Samuels and Jennifer Isaac, co-founders of MODE Cosmetics, the family business drove them to start a business of their own. These two sisters were immersed in Zela International, a cosmetics manufacturer. Samuels worked in sales and marketing, while Isaac focused on product development.
Oct 02, 2007 | 10:42 AM CDT
By: Michael Wynne
With the demise of local, isolated markets, today’s companies are truly global players, exposed to sensitive ethical quandaries. Conducting global business ethically will result in a better and more profitable company.