It’s no secret today’s consumers are eco-conscious, discerning, and focused. They are actively changing their consumption choices to reduce their environmental impact for a better planet. But how can brands effectively meet every consumers’ sustainability needs?
Aprinnova is committed to helping beauty brands transition to superior-performing ingredients that are safer for consumers, sustainable, and ethically sourced for planet-positive change. Each high-performance ingredient is powered by our patented bio-fermentation technology.
Join our webinar to learn from a panel of experts how bio-fermentation is transforming the beauty industry today. Bio-fermentation is a powerful bio-based technology that combines the best of science and nature to make the scarce more abundant. There’s no longer a need to compromise. You can finally have high-performance — no compromise.
Ashlee Cannady is Director of Technical Sales at Aprinnova. She helps the beauty industry transition to superior, sustainable ingredients by providing new product development guidance to global and indie brands. Cannady brings 10 years of expertise in manufacturing, quality assurance, and market research to support clean beauty and sustainable best practices. Cannady was integral in scaling and commercializing Aprinnova’s patented bio-fermentation technology. Cannady holds a BA in Chemistry from the University of San Diego.
Annie Tsong serves as Chief Strategy and Product Officer, responsible for developing Amyris’ product pipeline. In her 10 years in the R&D division at Amyris, Tsong was instrumental in establishing Amyris’ microbial production platform. In the last several years, she built a group to identify fast-to-market opportunities for ingredient innovation. Tsong has authored landmark scientific publications and developed key patents. She recently received the Biotechnology Innovation Organization’s Rosalind Franklin Award for leadership in industrial biotechnology.
Stephanie Batchelor is the Director of the Biofutures program at Schmidt Futures, an effort focused on maximizing the potential of biotechnology toward a circular bioeconomy. In this role, Stephanie leads scientific and technical aspects of the program and helps with overall program design and implementation. Previously, Stephanie served as Vice President at the Biotechnology Innovation Organization (BIO), specializing in providing policy, regulatory, and strategic guidance to the technology companies across BIO’s membership.
Julia is Editor of Cosmetics Business and has been writing about beauty and personal care industry science and supply since 2008. She provides news stories, articles and features for publication in both the magazine and on cosmeticsbusiness.com, and frequently speaks as a cosmetics expert at trade events for beauty ingredients and packaging.
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