This month, the non-profit dedicated to advancing women entrepreneurs of color and the E & J Gallo Winery brand announced the businesses and Black women founders receiving the 2020 Barefoot Beauty Grant.
International beauty major L’Oréal has announced a series of changes at its helm for next year, including the succession of its current CEO and creation of a new business division merging research, innovation and technologies.
The ongoing COVID-19 crisis has hit French cosmetics firms hard, with very few experiencing growth opportunities and many looking for additional support moving forward, according to market analysis conducted by The French Cosmetics Association for SMEs...
The UK-based ecommerce company partners with and purchases lifestyle, fashion, nutrition, and beauty brands to help them win in the D2C marketplace. And that’s exactly where this popular prestige skin care brand is going.
Today, the business and employment platform announced the top 50 independent or privately held businesses that have “risen to the challenges that 2020 has presented.” And Tula is not the only brand of interest to the beauty industry on the list.
With sales down nearly 40% year-over-year, the perfume manufacturer updated its 2020 financial guidance this month and shared insight into the company’s holiday expectations and ambitious plans for 2021.
This month, the venture capital arm of Johnson & Johnson contributed to the brand’s seed financing round. It’s funding that will allow the D2C brand, specializing in active beauty for Black women, to reach more consumers with more products.
Personal care major Johnson & Johnson has outlined a range of measures in its ‘healthy lives mission’ program that aim to boost sustainability and improve the health of consumers over the next ten years.
This summer, the company behind brands like Oribe, Jergens, Bioré, and Molton Brown moved into the University of Cincinnati’s 1819 Innovation Hub to better connect with local STEM talent and collaborate on the future of beauty.