Key players in the cosmetics industry will have a business-to-business (B2B) online platform where they can showcase their products and services in the local market to generate new leads and expand their clientele.
Pamela Mariel Manzana, Vice President for Special Projects of the Chamber of Cosmetics Industry of the Philippines (CCIP), said the CCIP Connect helps its members link and connect in the digital space amid the pandemic.
“For our first CCIP Connect on July 1, 2022, 10 CCIP members will be showcasing their products and services from product development to finished products,” she said in a webinar.
CCIP is a non-profit organization of distributors, traders, manufacturers, raw materials suppliers, packaging, labeling and equipment suppliers and allied services in the cosmetics industry.
Manzana said each company exhibitor will have its own breakout room in zoom and company presentations are pre-recorded and played in the lobby.
She said the online B2B forum via zoom is open to the public who are interested in the beauty and personal care industry, business expansion, and partnership opportunities.
Manzana said preregistration is required and attendees can choose to join a breakout room while the special projects committee will assign the schedule.