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.
A new venture, backed by the growth equity firm General Atlantic, has emerged from what was Morphe Holdings to develop, accelerate, acquire, and curate the personal care, cosmetics, and wellness brands that will win over Millennial and Gen Z consumers.
The new accelerator program supports Black-owned DTC beauty and wellness businesses in Atlanta, Georgia, and brings together the expertise of ingredient suppliers, product development professionals, marketing specialists, legal experts, and more.
The Italian Trade Agency partners with legacy and startup brands across categories to help bring the best and latest in Italian cosmetics, personal care, and grooming innovation to consumers here in the States.
The technologies—voice, machine vision and location analytics, ecommerce advertising, multicloud broadcasting, and AI—aren’t exclusively beauty tech solutions. But L’Oréal Canada and the men leading these startups see great potential for their tech tools...