Who We Are
At Global Cosmetic Industry, we gather, analyze and present critical insights for brand marketers and product developers in the beauty and personal care industry via:
- Our monthly magazine
- Daily newsletter
- Webcasts and webinars
What We Do
Our singular mission is to deliver critical data and insights to support innovations that drive successful beauty and personal care brands.
Who We Serve
We support beauty and personal care brands—disruptive start-ups, massive multinationals and everyone in-between—as well as the retailers, suppliers and service providers shaping the industry.
How You Can Contribute
As they say, knowledge is power. And innovation is beautiful. Global Cosmetic Industry delivers both.
That means we need thought leaders like you to share their insights on:
- Consumer insights and trends
- Market data and insights
- Product and brand (re)launches
- Product development
- Business insights
- Technology breakthroughs
- Packaging innovation
- Ingredient innovation
If you think you or your organization have a unique innovation or point of view to contribute, submit your pitch or article to Global Cosmetic Industry.
While we love content that thinks outside the box, we do have a few key ground rules to ensure we maximize value to our readership.
1. Know your audience.
Remember, our readers are the leaders and innovators of the beauty and personal care industry. Be sure you're telling them something they don't already know.
2. Be original and compelling.
People in this industry are time-starved, so get to the point efficiently and tell an engaging story.
3. Educate, educate, educate.
Whether your story runs 50 or 1,200 words, be sure to teach the audience something and provide data and hard numbers whenever possible.
4. Don't sell.
We're sure you have the latest, greatest innovations, but readers switch off when editorial turns into a sales pitch. Stick close to the educational dictum, and invaluable engagement for you and your organization will follow.
5. Have fun.
Beauty is driven by excitement and pleasure—so don't be afraid to bring a sense of joy and enthusiasm to your work.
Have a question about the ground rules? Contact the editor in chief, Jeb Gleason-Allured at email@example.com.
How to Submit
Email pitches or article drafts to firstname.lastname@example.org. Be sure to include:
- Any relevant images (high resolution required; images must be cleared for publication ahead of submission)
- A brief bio
- A high resolution author photo
- Author email contact