ICMAD Rebrands As Independent Beauty Association Ahead Of Annual FDA Regulations Workshop
IBA’s name change refines its identity as the representative of the independent and entrepreneurial beauty industry, according to the trade organization’s announcement. The group’s FDA Cosmetics Regulation Workshop, held annually since 1983 in cooperation with the FDA, will be virtual in 2020.
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