China’s beauty and cosmetic market has been booming in recent years, with an annual projected growth rate of 5.41% from 2023 to 2027. However, mandatory animal testing requirements for cosmetics in China have become a major obstacle for companies looking to enter the market and maintain a cruelty-free stance. This webinar provides insights on how to avoid animal testing in China for cosmetics and stay compliant with local regulations. Join us to learn about alternative approaches, government policies, and industry trends to navigate this complex market while maintaining ethical standards.
Date: Tuesday 16 May 2023
Time: 9:00am CET
The webinar will cover the following topics:
– Animal test exemption for general cosmetics and special cosmetics
– Product Safety Assessment Report
– GMP certification
– Domestic Responsible Agent (DRA) duties
CEO, Cisema Group
Hamish King is CEO at Cisema and is admitted as a lawyer in Hong Kong and in New South Wales, Australia and formerly with Magic Circle firm Linklaters in Hong Kong. Hamish lives in Hong Kong regularly writes and presents on China regulatory affairs life sciences topics.
Anna King attained degree with distinction in Natural Science (BSc) and China Business (MSc) in England and Hong Kong after growing up in Beijing, China for the first 5 years of her life before schooling in Germany. She has been working for Cisema group since 2013 and is advising companies on China certification as a business consultant of Cisema in Munich, Beijing and Hong Kong. Mrs. King currently resides in Hong Kong and has specialised in NMPA (former CFDA) registration of medical devices, cosmetics, and health food. She has written scientific work on topic regulatory affairs in China.
Account Manager, Cisema Europe
Cristina Ribó is an industry executive with a Master degree from the Complutense University (Madrid) who has worked as a consultant and as a project manager at an import/export business for more than 20 years, Cristina lives in Munich Germany and has been working for Cisema for the last two years.