The not-for-profit organisation works to represent the interests of the beauty industry at a governmental level
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The British Beauty Council has announced the initial members for its newly-formed Advisory Board.
Members have been drawn from across the beauty industry and are well known for their contributions to the sector.
Members revealed include:
The council was founded in an effort to hire a governmental body to represent the beauty industry.
Initially the council was founded by Millie Kendall, Anna-Marie Solowij, Kate Shapland, Jane Boardman and Catherine Hancock.
Commenting on the council’s initiative Kendall said: “The aim of the British Beauty Council is to work to engage politicians, business leaders and consumers about the value of our industry to the national economy, as well as its key role in the UK’s creative and cultural character.”