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Fragrance Creators Association Pronounces Finished Product Firms ‘Active’ Members; CEO Ahmed Discusses

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Finished product manufacturers that have joined the Fragrance Creators Association in recent years will be elevated from Associate to Active members under a “strategic pivot” announced by the trade group on 21 July. The move should promote greater collaboration throughout the value chain to better inform and serve consumers, CEO Farah Ahmed says.

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