Flavors and Fragrances

September 28-29, 2020
Washington, DC

"Excellent content from an impressive group of speakers."  Berje

Flavors and Fragrances Conference is the leading North American event exploring opportunities in the growing flavors and fragrances industries. This event focuses on idea-sharing and connection, providing professionals and innovators the opportunity to collaborate and discuss solutions to challenges. Attendees become market experts with industry highlights from over 20 speakers discussing the hottest trends in both flavors and fragrances, and tackling topics that affect both sectors, such as sustainability, consumer demands, transparency, ecommerce, and more.  

Check out the 2020 session topics:

  • Market Overview and Trends
  • ​Exploring Supply Chain Challenges and Connections
  • Chemical and Regulatory Overview
  • Responding to Consumer Demands and the Trend of Transparency
  • Reshaping Retail: Ecommerce, Subscriptions, and the On-Demand Economy
  • Looking to the Future: Developments and Innovations in Flavors and Fragrances

"High level Industry understanding was helpful. A good sense of direction and focus for brands, suppliers, and manufacturers." Dr. Bronner's Magic Soaps

2019 Speakers

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Jack Corley - Custom Essence

Jack Corley

Chief Sales Officer; President - Natural Fragrance Division at Custom Essence
Catalina Monroy - Colgate-Palmolive Company

Catalina Monroy

Worldwide Director, Global Flavors & Fragrances at Colgate-Palmolive Company
Phil Porter - P&G

Phil Porter

Research Fellow Perfumer at P&G
Dattatreya Banavara Ph.D. - Firmenich

Dattatreya Banavara Ph.D.

Innovation Program Director at Firmenich
Rigoberto Advincula - Case Western University

Rigoberto Advincula

Professor at Case Western University
Laura Coelho - Symrise

Laura Coelho

Vice President, Consumer Fragrance at Symrise

Download the 2019 Program to See Last Year's Agenda


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