Increasing demand for eco-friendly cleaning products, and growing global concerns about personal health, environmental damage, climate change, resource constraints, rising energy costs, and toxic chemicals present in other products are considered to drive the global household green cleaning products market during the forecast period.
Home & Personal Care is referred to as an FMCG (Fast Moving Consumer Goods) business for a reason… On-shelf formulations can change within 6 months, driven by competitor moves, new consumer testing, tender processes, or raw material supplier/price fluctuations. The trends are accelerating, hygiene will remain top of mind and as consumers re-emerge.
At the 2nd Annual Sustainable HomeCare Products Forum, which will be co-hosted with our Sustainable Beauty Forum in parallel, we will see Covid-19 impact on increasing hygiene and the demand for HomeCare products, the consumer behavior regarding the performance of the product, and their price doubts, we will discuss the feedstock crisis and the latest regulatory updates and challenges. The highlight will be on the key technologies – to be precise, their updates and the innovations, and the need for of digitization the R&D processes. The bond between sustainable packaging and sustainable home care product will be discussed, the importance of fragrances in the formulation of home care products and their sustainability.
- Improving sustainability and cost-effectiveness
- Hear new sources and innovative ingredients
- Ensuring efficacy of green cleaning products
- Reducing carbon footprint to meet the green deal objectives
- Reducing micro plastics & plastic waste
- Sustainable packaging & Eco-labelling