Pao Principle CEO On Marketing Beauty To Status-Conscious Chinese Consumer
This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet
Everyone wants a piece of the $12.5 billion Chinese beauty market, but success in a market where brand loyalty is rare, makeup on minors is taboo and cosmetics in general are a new concept to many, takes savvy and a willingness to invest.
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