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Indonesian Cosmetics Regulatory Compliance and Import Requirements

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    ChemLinked cosmetic members including free, standard, corporate and special will not be charged for participating in this webinar. Please click the "Register Now" button below the cover picture to choose either session that fits your time. Webinar materials will be uploaded after it is concluded.

    *Please be noted that ChemLinked has changed the software of holding webinar to Zoom.

    Background


    As the 4th largest nation in terms of population and boasting a rapidly expanding middle class, Indonesia undoubtedly offers lucrative investment potentials for the global cosmetic sector. According to the data of Shopee, cosmetics and personal care products demand account for the 3rd place in Indonesia's hot-selling products. In the women's shopping list, cosmetics and personal care products demand are the 2nd shopping demand. In recent years, Indonesia's cosmetics market has grown at an annual rate of about 10%, which is the highest growth rate in Southeast Asia. According to the global statistics of Informa Beauty Exhibition, it is expected that the Indonesian cosmetics market will grow rapidly at a rate of 11.9% in the next 3 years. This rise to prominence of Indonesia’s cosmetic sector will present more business opportunities for many other cosmetic brands.

    In this webinar, Ms. Nurmia Agustina, the Director from Cekindo, will firstly analyze Indonesian cosmetic market, then specify the cosmetic regulatory framework, requirements on products and import enterprises and finally detail the halal cosmetics certification regulations.

    Schedule


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    August 21, 2019

    10:00-11:00 (GMT+8)

    Indonesian Cosmetics Regulatory Compliance and Import Requirements

    English
    21:30-22:30 (GMT+8)

    Outline


    1. Analysis of Indonesian Cosmetics Market
     
    2. Regulatory Framework and Competent Authority
    2.1 Existing Main Cosmetic Regulations
    2.2 Competent Authority
     
    3. Cosmetics Products Requirements
    3.1 Definition
    3.2 Classification
    3.3 Registration
    3.4 Labeling & Claims & Advertisements requirements
     
    4. How to Export Cosmetics to Indonesia
    4.1 Import requirements
    4.2 Advice for importers

    5. Halal Cosmetics
    5.1 Halal regulations with deadline this October
    5.2. Halal products registration & requirements

    *To have a better chance of your questions being addressed during the webinar, you’re welcome to email us the questions before the webinar.
     

    Speaker:


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    Nurmia Agustina  Director at Cekindo

    Nurmia Dwi Agustina oversees the activities on the Market Entry Strategy, Legal Incorporation, Licenses, and Compliance of Indonesian entities. With her business strategy and goals, she emphasizes on values driven solutions for our clients, which have grown substantially with long term partnership.

    Who Shall Attend


    • Oversea cosmetic manufacturers, exporters and distributors targeting Indonesian cosmetics market.
    • Any cosmetic companies concerned with Indonesian cosmetics market and regulatory requirements.
    • Those who want to know the detailed requirements of Indonesian halal cosmetics certification.

    Relevant Resources


    » Law of the Republic of Indonesia Number 33 Year 2014 concerning Halal Product Assurance
    » Latest Updates and Problems may Occur on Indonesian Halal Certification
    » Detailing Standards of Cosmetics Labeling, Claim and Advertisement in Indonesia
    » 4 Pitfalls of the Indonesian Cosmetic Market
    » What You Need to Know about Compulsory Halal Certification in Indonesia

    Contact Information


    If you have any question about this webinar, please contact us:
    Tel: +86 (0)571 8609 4444
    Email: contact@chemlinked.com

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