THE METEORIC RISE OF BEAUTY TECH
THE METEORIC RISE OF BEAUTY TECH: SMART, SAVVY, DISRUPTIVE AND HYPER-PERSONAL
Thursday, 15 March 2018 12:00 - 12:45 p.m.
Mirror, mirror on the wall, who’s the hottest tech of all? A big crop of beauty tech innovations hit the market in force this past year. With technologies that have been typically only used in gaming, social media, healthcare monitoring and medical device development, beauty tech innovators are soaring to new heights. Beauty routines have received a colossal makeover. Consumers can now self-educate and self-treat their own personal beauty issues. VR and augmented reality systems are analyzing and treating skin problems as well as teaching proper techniques 100% personalized to the consumer. What typically you turn to a professional for, you can now DIY!
And it doesn’t stop there. There are sophisticated skin sensors to measure skin hydration and key aging factors, at-home lasers to remove hair or even re-grow it, AR-enabled apps to “try on” makeup and hair colors before you buy, as well as AI-enabled tools to diagnose and recommend appropriate treatments for your skin.
And no longer is the purchase the only focus of beauty’s biggest brands. It’s about building the strongest connection with the consumer for life.
We’re convening some of the industry’s most prolific innovators to share how 21st century beauty is being transformed by technology. Join us for an all star session which will leave you awe-inspired and dreaming about beauty tech!
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BeautyTech @ CES
Director Business Development
Perfect Corp Europe
Journalist and Producer - High Tech Retailing
Jill GILBERT, Producer, BeautyTech @ CES
Jill Gilbert is a catalyzer of people, events, and ideas. Her experience ranges from speaker, publisher, and Silicon Valley entrepreneur to Hollywood producer to breakthrough industry conference curator. Her most recent accomplishments include producing Beauty Tech, Digital Health, Sleep Tech and Baby Tech which are adjuncts to the Consumer Electronics Show (CES).
She also founded and premiered the Digital Health Summer Summit in 2012, which continues to grow and receive rave reviews. Earlier in her career, Jill served as the VP of E-Commerce at Caring.com and co-founder and CEO of Gilbert Guide, the first national senior living directory, and advisory resource. She also spent years in feature film development and production at Columbia Pictures, Disney, and MGM.
When she’s not mixing people and ideas, Jill enjoys a quiet glass of wine, a loud USC Trojans football game and snuggles from her adorable toddler, Brody.
Sylvain DELTEIL, Director Business Development, Perfect Corp Europe
Sylvain Delteil is heading business development in Europe of Perfect Corp., leader, with more than 500M downloads worldwide, in the area of mobile apps dedicated to Beauty and MakeUp. Perfect Corp. offers a wide set of services that match with current main market demands such as using video and Augmented Reality (AR) to better engage with Millennials or develop a global Omnichannel approach on Mobile, Web or Point of Sale (POS). In close contact with major brands such as L’Oréal Group, Estée Lauder, LVMH or Chanel, Sylvain Delteil insures an optimal comprehension, adaptation and adoption of this innovative Saas platform in Europe.
Robin RASKIN, Journalist and Producer - High Tech Retailing, CES
Robin Raskin is an American author, editor, magazine publisher, blogger, TV and radio personality who has spent the past 40 years exploring what it means to be living with technology. She was Editor of PC Magazine, launched FamilyPC Magazine with Disney and Ziff Davis Publishing, worked for Yahoo! Tech, has authored 6 books and now writes for multiple outlets. She's also founded a number of conference and event programs including The Last Gadget Standing, High Tech Retailing Summit, and the Digital Money Forum. She lives in NYC and the Hudson Valley, with her husband, her three drop-in now and then children, and closets full of obsolete technology.