Featuring a vast array of exhibitors from various categories, our pavilion, developed by EXPOSURE, gives you a unique opportunity to see a cross section of both well-established names and newcomers to the market, also in the up-and-coming natural cosmetics section.
Each stand is a true gem in its own right. Visit us in hall 16 and 21 to know more.
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The entire domestic Polish cosmetics market is currently worth over 4,3 bln EUR. And it’s still growing at the rate of 5% on average in the period of 7 years 2014-2021. After Brexit took place, Poland is the 5th biggest EU cosmetics market. Until the outbreak of the war in Ukraine, the forecast and predictions for its growth were very positive.
Poland was and still is able to compete with the biggest European players, which results in growth and new expertise. The forecast data for the Polish cosmetics market is estimated to grow further in the coming years. Due to the turbulent and difficult for all COVID-19 year it is important to note that there is a drop in value of the market in 2020. But mature and advanced cosmetics markets will recover quickly and we already see the signs of it.
The Polish cosmetics market is characterized by tradition, motivation, flexibility, high-quality management and first and foremost people and their creativity. This also affects the competitiveness, diversity and fragmented nature of the market delivering additional strengths. Therefore, in the years 2014-2021, the Polish market grew by 35.7% achieving an impressive result among the top 10 European countries.
Geopolitical Location: at the crossroads of Europe
100 Year Old Legacy of Cosmetic Production
Creative and highly qualified professionals
EU Member with lower labor costs
Specialized higher education at the forefront (70 cosmetic faculties)
A booming Natural Cosmetics sector
Comprehensive services (Laboratories, R&D units, packaging)
Traditional family owned businesses built by the leaders of Polish cosmetics industry sector
EU regulations and standards
Flexibility and adaptation
Source: Polish Union of the Cosmetics Industry (www.kosmetyczni.pl)