IFRA North America Reborn As Fragrance Creators Association, Emphasizing Human Element
This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet
The trade group announced its new name and branding May 9 in conjunction with a lobbying day on Capitol Hill. Across all the initiatives, Fragrance Creators is working to humanize the industry while engaging policymakers and the public in a constructive dialogue at a time of rising interest in fragrance materials and practices.
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