The Director – Media & Digital Transformation at Unilever Middle East & North Africa, Asad Rehman, has been named AM Marketer of the Year 2018, according to a report published by The Arabian Marketer.
L’Oréal Africa has launched its new innovation BondPhorce technology for the professional hair care market via its professional salon brand Mizani.
MAC has teamed up with African beauty influencer Nyma Tang to create a shade of red lipstick suited to darker skin tones, according to a report published by Pulse News.
As part of a wider drive to double e-commerce by 2020, the Egyptian Ministry of Communications and Information Technology is planning to usher in new regulatory controls for online transactions, according to a report published by Al-Monitor.
An app created by Dubai Municipality to enable consumers to verify the information and safety of the consumer products they purchase has been announced as the winner of the 2017 Hamdan Bin Mohammed Smart Government Award, according to a report published by the Khaleej Times.
PZ Cussons is hoping to build its Kenyan operations, despite the country’s recent economic hardship, according to a report published by Capital FM.
She Leads Africa and L’Oréal-owned Dark and Lovely have teamed up to launch a program hailed as Africa’s first start-up accelerator for female beauty entrepreneurs, according to a report published by the International Business Times.
Charlotte Tilbury has chosen the Middle East region as the first stop on its quest to expand internationally, according to a report published by Vogue magazine. The UK make-up brand will open three stores across the region thanks to a franchise partnership with M.H Alshaya Co.
Dubai-based beauty blogger Huda Kattan has topped the recently released Forbes Middle East Top Female Social Influencer list, with beauty entrepreneur Joelle Mardinian claiming second place, highlighting the growing influence of the beauty industry within the Middle East.
An Israeli scientist who developed a ground-breaking technology, known as ‘liver-on-chip’, which is capable of assessing the toxicity of products without recourse to animal testing has announced that he is on course to deliver two new alternative testing methods by 2018, according to a report published by Arutz Sheva 7.