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Corporate Social Responsibility

Social Responsibility in beauty includes diversity within your organization, your product development, as well as environmental responsibility.

Social Responsibility in beauty has evolved over the years to one of the most important subjects for consumers. Research has shown that customers are willing to pay more for products and services from brands that have a strong social responsibility agenda.

Transparency in all areas of the business is subject to social responsibility. The product supply chain is an area where the social responsibility of a brand can come into question. Diversity in management and branding has recently become a focus. Customers want a representation of the company to reflect the consumer that buys their product. Is not only important that your brand or management exercise social responsibility but your business partner must also align with the brand social responsibility agenda. It is important that your social responsibility agenda be documented and reviewed.

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