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Apply to the e-Open Innovation service to boost your tech project! (Sponsored)

If you have a technological innovation, cosmetics (while not necessarily your chosen field) can be an opportunity to diversify your market.

The e-Open Innovation service allows startup founders and project leaders to present their project to major players in the sector. Whatever your level of progress is (idea, prototype, marketing), whatever your field is (health, agrifood, biology, logistics, IT, circular economy), you can connect to this exciting sector.

For two days on October 12 and 13, international innovations in the perfume / cosmetics sector meet in the digital version on e-Cosmetic 360.

For 6 years, large companies have offered 30-minute meetings there to discuss the innovations presented and establish collaborations. In 2019, project leaders had the chance to meet 6 international decision-makers of the cosmetics world: Chanel, Nuxe Group, IFF, L’Oréal Research & Innovation, LMMH Research and Rodan + Fields. 

How to apply? 

Your innovation should fulfill these challenges: naturalness, traceability, compliance, quality of raw materials and finished products, continuous improvement of manufacturing and logistic processes, a new product or a new device in order to be as close as possible to consumer expectations. Your startup can use diverse technologies (biotech, cleantech, IoT, AI, blockchain, connected objects, etc.).

Submit a brief application free of charge on the dedicated platform until August 31. If accepted, in September you will be offered meetings with experts from the cosmetics industry. You have 5 days to confirm your appointment and get organized. On October 12 and 13, during the show, log in and meet in a virtual private room.

Become a player in the future of cosmetics.

For more information and to apply, check out the website. Applications should be sent before 31 August, 2020

Charlotte Tucker
Charlotte Tucker
Charlotte is the previous Editor at EU-Startups.com. She spends her time scouting the next big story, managing our contributor team, and getting excited about social impact ventures. She has previously worked as a Communications Consultant for number of European Commission funded startup projects.

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