Export sales of CACI machines grow 300% post-Brexit

By Lucy Tandon Copp 7-Dec-2016

Demand for the non-surgical facelift machines and devices has spiked due to the weakened pound

Dean Nathanson

CACI, the UK manufacturer of non-invasive aesthetic systems, has experienced 300% growth in sales to overseas customers in the wake of the UK’s vote to leave the EU.

The company told Cosmetics Business that despite other cosmetics companies expressing concern over the impact on sales post-Brexit, the divisive vote has positively impacted its figures.

Dean Nathanson. Managing Director at CACI International, said: “Because of the weakened pound British manufactured goods are now even more . . .

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