J&J’s Regulatory Affairs Manager will address best practices to simplify regularisation of imported products to key Latin America markets at annual Summit.
According to research by Mordor Intelligence the Latin America (LATAM) Cosmetic Products is projected to reach $68.92bn by 2020.
While LATAM regulations are quite similar to those of the EU, entering in the market still poses significant challenges for many companies.
Specific variations in labeling, translation, testing and claims requirements can bring more complexity when attempting to harmonise and launch products in the region.
At this year’s Cosmetics Business regulatory Summit, Ariadne Tramontina Morais, Skincare Regulatory Affairs Manager at J&J in Brazil will present the LATAM cosmetic regulatory landscape.
She will reveal existing opportunities to facilitate the entry of new products in one of largest markets for cosmetics industry.
Tramontina Morais is a pharmacist, with a postgraduate in Health Surveillance and in Herbal Medicine and has a MBA in Business Management.
She brings more than 15 years of academic, governmental and industrial expertise in regulatory affairs. She is currently responsible for regulatory affairs at J&J’s skin care division in Brazil. Her responsibilities include defining regulatory strategies for research and development, packaging and marketing areas, as well as representing the company at meetings of the Cosmetics Trade Associations (ABIHPEC and CASIC) in discussions of new legislations.
In her academic arena, she teaches courses and lectures on regulatory issues of cosmetics at USP, FOC, UNIFESP, Racine and others, facilitating the entrance of new products into the market.
The Cosmetics Business Regulatory Summit will help you learn best practices to simplify the regularisation of imported products and understand the pre-evaluation requirements needed to prepare a product dossier in the key.
LATAM markets- Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Panama and Mexico at this year’s Cosmetics Business Regulatory Summit.