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8/29/2016 | Jeb Gleason-Allured
Inside Credo's latest expansion and the future of the natural, organic, vegan and ethical consumer.
Newness and innovation is driving this key beauty retail player.
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8/25/2016 | Lisa Doyle
Say goodbye to the metrosexual and say hello to the post-recession man and the skin care brands that speak to them.
8/25/2016 | Ildiko Szalai, Senior Beauty and Personal Care Analyst, Euromonitor International
A shift away from status-driven purchases and toward those that provide an experience and distinct benefit is remaking this growing category.
8/25/2016 | Jeb Gleason-Allured, Editor in Chief
Understanding the gap between the retail plan and the retail reality in-store.
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How brands can close the deal with shoppers in-store.
8/23/2016 | Jeb Gleason-Allured, Editor in Chief
Barry Beck, COO and cofounder of Bluemercury, on the importance of hypercustomization and hyperpersonalization, as well as the future of the beauty retailer and its evolving clientele.
8/23/2016 | Jamie Mills, Analyst at Canadean
How millennials are driving innovation toward individualistic, digitized consumers.