HBA calls for speakers for its 2010 conference program

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Health and Beauty America, the biggest industry event for North America, has put out a call for speakers at its 2010 event, to be held in New York City in September.

The organizers are calling for leaders in all areas of the industry, including marketers, product developers, consultants, educators, researchers entrepreneurs and manufacturers to submit applications.

Those interested in speaking at the event are asked to submit a 150-word description of a proposed topic, alongside a brief bio that should also highlight previous experience in giving presentations.

In recent years the HBA conference program has been developed into a comprehensive series of presentations tackling key trends, scientific breakthroughs, new technologies and marketing strategies.

Key event in North America for the beauty industry

Last year the event attracted 16,000 industry professionals from amongst the world's leading beauty companies and providers, many of whom attended presentations at the three day conference program.

This year the event runs from September 28 – 30 and will again be held at the Jacob Javits Convention Center in mid-town Manhattan, and the organizers say its conference program is again likely to prove a central attraction for the event.

Like last year the conference program will comprise a marketing and technical segment, alongside programs for green cosmetics, global perspectives and future trends.

Focus on education

In particular this year’s program is expected to focus on educational topics, as a means of promoting the event as an educational forum for the industry, including particular focus on packaging design, regulatory issues and connecting to the consumer.

In the past the conference program has attracted leading market analysts, company founders and market innovators, together with leaders in the fields of research and development, marketing, packaging and formulation.

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