Europe’s leading natural and organic business event, Natural & Organic Products Europe, has launched a world-class speaker programme, which will include insights to help retailers recover, adapt and thrive after the global pandemic.
For many industries, the pandemic has had an unexpected impact on business. As we approach a ‘post-pandemic’ world, strategic resilience and crisis management are vital for economic recovery. In light of this, the content on offer at this two-day event will be invaluable to members of the trade.
Natural & Organic Products Europe/NOPEX returns to ExCeL London on 3-4 April, with sessions from the Soil Association, Planet Organic, BioCare, Natural Products News, the CTPA (Cosmetic, Toiletry and Perfumery Association), the Vegan Society and more – revealing consumer research, tools and tactics on how to capitalise on new opportunities in the sector, despite a challenging few years.
Shopping habits changed dramatically during 2021, and now everyone is looking ahead to which changes are here to stay. Alison Muirhead from the Soil Association will facilitate a panel session revealing post-pandemic insights from the Soil Association’s 2022 Organic Market Report, and visitors will hear from two businesses that have evolved through the pandemic. The Vegan Society will also reveal details from its COVID-19 Pandemic Report, giving an in-depth look at Wave Two of the research – a month before it is released to the public.
Over in the Natural Beauty TALKS Theatre, Dr Emma Meredith, Director General, the Cosmetic, Toiletry and Perfumery Association (CTPA), will cover the new UK regulatory framework for all cosmetic products and how businesses are adapting to the new requirements through the pandemic.
To view the full seminar programme, please visit www.naturalproducts.co.uk/seminars-2022.
Book Your Trade Ticket Today
Natural & Organic Products Europe will bring together 1,000+ brands across five exciting sections: Natural Food, Natural Health, Natural Beauty & Spa, Natural Living, and Vegan World. To register for a free trade ticket, please visit www.naturalproducts.co.uk.