Beauty executives are gearing up to network and discover some of the most innovative ingredients and products in beauty at this year’s NYSCC (New York Society of Cosmetic Chemists) Suppliers’ Day, a must-attend event for beauty and personal care executives. The two-day tradeshow is taking place from November 10 to November 11 at the Jacob K. Javits Convention Center in Manhattan. Attendees include cosmetic chemists, ingredient executives, R&D professionals, and formulation and marketing experts.

“We are excited to be able to come together for two days of insights, innovations, and networking to help propel the industry forward. The theme of the event is ‘Embracing Beauty,’ and will focus on overcoming challenges and formulating for inclusivity and diversity while inspiring creativity and novel product development,” said Susanna Fernandes, Chair, NYSCC.

The Suppliers’ Day exhibit floor will showcase more than 400 top suppliers and distributors displaying new ingredients and formulations, services, and technologies, with some debuting in North America at Suppliers’ Day for the first time. Educational programs will also be offered.

Some other things to experience include the announcement of the winner of CEW Supplier’s Beauty Creators Award for Ingredients & Formulation on November 10 at the NYSCC Education & Awards Night Ceremony at HK Hall. The tradeshow will also offer a Future Chemists Workshop, a Mentor/Mentee Informational Breakfast, and an SCC/NYSCC Co-sponsored Career Fair to support young professionals in the industry. For those looking virtual-only programs, additional suppliers and unique learning programs will be offered online on November 12.

Indie beauty brands will also be catered to with a comprehensive new content program, Indie 360, which will include a dedicated conference track for brand founders. Presentations and panels will made by global market research firm Mintel, as well as brand founders, including Indie Lee, Jeanine Lobell of Neen, Dr. Robb Akridge of Opulus Beauty Labs, James MacPherson of Olaplex, Malaika Jones Kebede of BROWN GIRL Jane, Ron Robinson of BeautyStat; and Stephanie DiPisa of Solara Suncare.

Complementing programming is an Indie 360° Pavilion featuring fresh ideas and concepts from indie companies who are utilizing unique combinations of ingredients in their products. Companies spotlighted include Chemist Confessions, Dr. J’s Naturals, Hear Me Raw, Immunocologie, Masami, Opulus Beauty Labs, Organic Apoteke, Skin Moderne and Urban Hydration. Show attendees will be able to meet with the founders of these companies and vote for the People’s Choice Award with the winner being announced on Thursday, November 11 over a champagne reception starting at 3 p.m. Bossing Up, an association that spotlights Black-owned beauty businesses from New York City neighborhoods and communities will also be part of Indie 360°.

To register and for more information on NYSCC Suppliers’ Day visit Use code CEW21 to enjoy COMPLIMENTARY EXHIBITS and SCC Member Rates.