NEWS > 06 February 2020
With over 150 countries represented by more than 3,000 exhibitors and 265,000 operators, Cosmoprof continues its 53-year mission to provide a platform for traditions from every corner of the planet, presenting the best that each country has to offer and providing forecasts for the next 10 years.
The coming edition will lay the foundations for the beauty of the future, which will be an open, democratic and borderless world, thanks in part to the 23 national collectives that will offer Bologna an overview of how the world of beauty is changing globally.
Let's preview the new Country Pavilions at Cosmoprof 2020.
Mongolia's strengths are its natural resources and its weather, with temperatures that range from -40 °C in winter to +40 °C in summer.
The over 300 days of sunshine each year benefit the growth of more than 3,000 medicinal plants and provide natural products known and used all over the world, especially in skincare.
Considered the fourth European market after the UK, Germany and France, the Russian cosmetics market is experiencing a season of great growth and change.
Hair products join perfumery and skincare as segments that are seeing the greatest changes and driving the sector.
Design and packaging are increasingly creative and functional and are among Russia's key strengths for the near future.
A nation that is constantly growing and bringing in international investments with unemployment levels practically down to zero. These conditions make the Czech market one of the most interesting and dynamic for the beauty world.
Czech Republic is also the country of one of the largest producers of hyaluronic acid and a growing trend regarding natural products with high quality raw materials.