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23-24 February Professional Beauty London ExCeL, London, UK


UK beauty show with a spa zone. Also includes a two-day spa convention. Tel: +44 20 7351 0536 www.professionalbeauty.co.uk


27 February – 1 March Kosmetik Expo & Congress Crocus Expo, Moscow, Russia Around 250 leading Russian and foreign cosmetics and perfumery companies take part in this event each year. Other Kosmetik events will also be held in Volga, Siberia and the Urals throughout 2014. Tel: +7 495 937 13 18 www.ki-expo.ru


15-17 March


Mondial Spa & Beauté La Grande Halle de la Villette, Paris, France An event for spa, beauty, make-up and nail professionals with conferences and talks in French and English. Tel: +33 4 93 06 58 80 www.msbparis.com


21-23 March Beauty Dusseldorf Dusseldorf, Germany Trade fair for cosmetics, beauty and wellness professionals, attracting 50,000 visitors and 1,250 exhibitors. Tel: +49 211 4560 7602 www.beauty.de


11-14 April Cosmoprof Worldwide Bologna, Italy One of the world’s biggest beauty events, including sectors on beauty salon & spa, hair, perfumery & cosmetics, plus green nature. Tel: +390 2796 420 www.cosmoprof.com


17-19 April InterCHARM Professional Moscow, Russia A leading event in the professional cosmetics industry of Russia, the CIS and eastern Europe. More than , 2,500 brands will be represented Tel: +7 915 0888 088 http://www.intercharm.ru/en/


Alila director of spa and development Steve Jeisman has high hopes for Spa Alila in the Middle East Jeisman sets sights on Middle East Spa Alila growth


The man behind Spa Alila, Steve Jeisman, believes Alila Hotels & Resorts’ total ownership of its spa brand means the company is well-placed to become a trend- setter in the Middle Eastern market. Jeisman, who developed the spa brand for Alila in 2006 and has been group director of spa and development ever since, told Spa Business that Spa Alila’s healthy revenue streams and adaptability to guests’ demands would be key as the company makes its first foray into the region. Alila, an Asian boutique hotelier, is due to launch its first site in the Middle East in the next few months. The Oman Alila Jabal


Akhdar resort, which has 78 bedrooms, is set in the desert and features a branded Spa Alila, plus a fitness centre, pool and cliff-side restaurant. Jeisman says: “There's a huge opportu- nity to grow brand awareness of Alila, to be a trendsetter and to create a unique brand positioning that exceeds design and service expectations in this region." There are two other Alila resorts which are due to open in 2014. A 240-key beach- front property is being built in Seminyak, Bali; and a fortress in Jaipur, India is being transformed into Alila Fort Bishangarh. Read more: http://lei.sr?a=p9E4U


Aromatherapy Associates sold to B&B Investment Partners


Spa product house Aromatherapy Associates (AA) has been sold to B&B Investment Partners, a new fund – established in November – with plans to invest in health, wellness, beauty and personal care brands. B&B is a partnership between Alliance


Geraldine Howard co-founded AA in 1985 24 Read Spa Business online spabusiness.com/digital


Boots, owner of UK high street chemist Boots, B&B principals Chris Britton and Jean-Philippe Barade. Founded in 1985, AA has contracts with a number of leading, global spa operators including Four Seasons and Fairmont. Read more: http://lei.sr?a=d5Q6I


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