Beauty Store Business magazine - January, 2020

year in review

CEW’s Year in Review and 2018 Trend Forecast Revealed!

With an audience of nearly 700 gathered at the Roosevelt Hotel in New York City, CEW’s much-anticipated Year in Review featured beauty executives from Mintel, Nielsen and the NPD Group who discussed the beauty industry’s performance in 2017 and presented a forecast for 2018 and beyond based on major trends. Topping the list of trends that impacted businesses the most were naturalness, personalization, purpose, and digital technology.

2015: The Year in Review

How well did you follow beauty news in 2015? Find out! Take this quiz and have some fun.

1.) The Procter & Gamble Co. announced the signing of a definitive agreement to merge 43 of its beauty brands in a $12.5-billion deal with ... in a Reverse Morris Trust transaction. The transaction includes Wella, the Salon Division of P&G.
A.) L'Oréal
B.) Unilever
C.) Coty
D.) Revlon

2.) Helen of Troy created a new position—global beauty president—and the name of that executive is …
A.) Julien Mininberg
B.) Timothy Meeker
C.) Leah Bailey
D.) Tom Benson

BSB’s Top 10 Articles of 2013

BSB’s Top 10 Articles of 2013

The business of beauty was in full swing in 2013 as new beauty products, services and businesses emerged, while changes to longtime beauty businesses persisted in the forms of acquisitions, executive moves and expansions.

While we await all that’s in store for beauty in 2014, why not review the headlines that caught our attention in 2013? Here’s Beauty Store Business’ Top 10 articles of 2013.

10.) PBA: ISSE Midwest "Postponed Indefinitely Starting With The 2013 Event"