Organized by CIDESCO Section India which is aligned with the Association of Beauty Therapy & Cosmetology India (ABTC), the theme for this year’s Congress is Nurture through Nature with power packed seminars by experts on Modern and Eastern Aesthetics and Spa Treatments as well as demonstrations on the world’s most ancient technique of mind and body rejuvenation. Renowned speakers will discuss the latest industry research and innovation, trends and techniques, products and technology.
The CIDESCO World Congress has one clear goal: To create a non-biased platform for Beauty and Skin Therapy professionals to have open and informative discussions for the development of the entire industry. It also provides the opportunity to meet CIDESCO members from around the world.
During the event CIDESCO will be offering a series of workshops and meetings for its members alongside a Professional Industry Exhibition where visitors can interact and network with the who’s who of the industry from across the globe.
Founder & Trustee of ABTC, Maya Paranjapye says “Three decades ago when the beauty training industry in India was at a very nascent stage and beauty education was almost unheard of, we formed an association called the Association of Beauty Therapy & Cosmetology (ABTC) and aligned ourselves with CIDESCO to stop short of nothing but the best. To host the CIDESCO Congress in India was my lifetime dream and we are privileged to have got this opportunity to do so.” Chairperson of CIDESCO Section India, Seema Gopujkar says “We promise that the CIDESCO Congress 2017 will be the most exciting experience where, besides having eye-opening knowledge sessions, we will also let our delegates experience the rich culture, cuisine, dance forms and living spirits that define India.”
CIDESCO International’s President, Anna-Cari Gund said: “We are delighted that this year’s Congress is taking place in India, a country which combines ancient wisdom and natural therapies with the best of technology and innovation. It promises to be an enriching Congress in many ways and we hope as many of our members as possible will be able to join us.”