- Amsterdam 17-19 April: introducing 21 exporters to the cosmetic market
From 17-19 April you can find us at “in-cosmetics” in Amsterdam, the global trade fair for cosmetic ingredients. Visit CBI stand A30 to find business opportunities with 18 exporters from South Africa, Peru and Colombia. They will present a wide range of cosmetic ingredients, including luxurious oils, exquisite fragrances and innovative botanical extracts.
We will introduce three companies from Nepal and Tunisia to potential buyers during a selling mission, together with the Import Promotion Desk. These producers of organic essential and vegetable oils will visit the in-cosmetics trade fair. After the fair, they will travel to Germany and France to meet additional buyers.
Do you want to make an appointment with these companies? Contact Jolanda van Hal to set it up.
- Indonesia 23-27 April: buyer mission essential oils
We are introducing three essential oils buyers to Indonesian essential oil producers in Indonesia, during the AAC and AAIC conferences, on behalf of the Swiss Import Promotion Programme. The mission is co-organised with DAI, the essential oil organisation in Indonesia.
Want to know more about the buyers and suppliers joining the mission? Contact Robbie Hogervorst.
- Geneva 15-17 May: exporters herbal extracts, mother tinctures moringa, baobab and other wild-harvested plants at Vitafoods
If you’re going to Vitafoods in Geneva from 15-17 May, don’t forget to stop by the CBI stand H100 where we will support 7 companies from South Africa and Pakistan. The exhibitors from Pakistan offer various herbal extracts and mother tinctures. The companies from South Africa are bringing products based on moringa, grape and flax seed, seaweed, fruits, nuts and vegetables, baobab and other wild-harvested plants.
Visiting Vitafoods? Come by the stand or contact Robbie Hogervorst to make an appointment.
We will also support five South African companies in CBIs natural ingredients for health products programme with additional matchmaking. Leading up to Vitafoods, we will build their capacities to find and contact new potential buyers for their products. CBI´s South Africa programme is finishing this year, we are very proud to see how far they´ve come since the start in 2014.
- Tunisia: improving competitive position and efficiency of value chains for the World Bank
The World Bank assigned us to conduct a value chains and jobs survey in Tunisia to improve the competitive position of local firms and efficiency of value chains. In the coming months, we will develop a strategy for change in the Tunisian medicinal and aromatic plants value chain. This is based on a profile of this value chain, an analysis of the main problems and underlying causes and lessons learned from three case studies.
Do you want to know more? Contact Gustavo Ferro.
- Natural ingredients for cosmetics and health products and spices & herbs market analyses
We’re starting to analyse the latest developments and opportunities for exporters of natural ingredients for health products, spices & herbs and natural ingredients for cosmetics as assigned by CBI. Later in the year, we’ll work on coffee and cocoa market researches.