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'Why is it called a brief?' SCS October Evening Lecture

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An interactive discussion on the product development process, providing an insight into how to generate a good brief and how to communicate effectively when developing a product to ensure that it is fit for purpose.

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Janet Tarasofsky (Courageous Conversations Expert)
Fiona Elliott (Hapii)
Stacey Irving (Global Cosmetic Developments Ltd)

SYNOPSIS
Janet has put forward a brief to both Fiona and Stacey, who in turn will present to the audience a technical overview and samples of the formulations they have both created seperately in order to meet Janet's brief requirements. This excercise will demonstrate how a brief can be interpreted differently and will generate a discussion about what factors need to be discussed before and during the development process to ensure that the clients brief is met.

BIOGRAPHIES
Janet Tarasofsky
Janet is an award winning speaker determined to help people communicate courageously and respectfully. Through exploring diversity, she ‘DARES’ the audience to have productive and courageous conversations that lead to results, not arguments. Janet also leads training courses that help businesses travel more comfortable between the blurred lines of communication. She is well known for increasing employee retention, and improving both internal and external working relationships. Janet has 20 years' experience in the consumer goods industry developing and marketing products around the globe. She has worked for small and large size businesses and created over 500 products in her career, which can only be done with effective communication.

Stacey Irving
Stacey is a cosmetic scientist and a known expert in cosmetic product development and product formulation and has gained her experience from working for both market leader and niche beauty brands. Stacey founded Global Cosmetic Developments (GCD) using her experience gained from working within the Industry as a formulation chemist, regulatory technologist, through to creating and developing her own skincare line and also from running her own formulation and regulatory consultancy, Stacey Irving Consultancy, which since was founded in 2012 has grown to support a growing number of cosmetic and personal care businesses from around the world. GCD supports beauty brands and manufacturers by helping them create new innovations to fit in line with today’s ever changing marketplace, whilst also providing support with regulation requirements on a global level. With GCD Stacey has created a range of services that are highly valued and cost effective to assist companies with their product development processes, for those with little or no in-house capabilities.
Stacey is also an active SCS member who helps both the SP and RDG North Committess with organising SCS events and seminars throughout the year.

Fiona Elliott
Having worked in the personal care industry for nearly 30 years Fiona has gained a broad knowledge of all aspects of product development together with sound market and commercial awareness and extensive managerial and formulatory skills. Used to working to tight deadlines and cost constraints Fiona has been involved in many successful product launches for major retailers, major fashion designers and numerous customers worldwide. She graduated from Derby University and spent many years working in product development for UK contract manufacturers before setting up her own independent consultancy, HAPII Ltd, in 2009. Help & Advice for Personal-care Ideas & Innovations (HAPII) provides full service product development, lab facilities and technical support for any company involved in the manufacture and marketing of toiletries. Fiona became a member of the SCS in 1990 and has been an active member of the Northern Regional Development Group since 1997.

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