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Cosmetic, Toiletry & Fragrance Association (CTFA)

The Association of Cosmetic, Toiletry and Fragrance New Zealand (CTFA) is the representative organization incorporated cosmetic, toiletry and fragrance companies in New Zealand. It is an independent non-profit, non-collusive organization that plays a major role in determining the direction of the cosmetics industry. The association was founded in 1972 by a core group of companies that manufactures most of their products in New Zealand at the time. First objectives were then to present a united front and to pressure the government in the interests of member companies. While these goals remain, the restructuring of the New Zealand economy over the last two decades has seen extensive development by the CTFA. Today, global consolidation has meant many of the needs of New Zealand are imported. Company mergers and acquisitions have changed the landscape, while niche marketing and contract manufacturing also contributed to this change. In addition, we now have a growing number of New Zealand companies that export their products to markets worldwide. Issues such as HSNO, new regulations and harmonization, will have a considerable influence on the future direction of our industry. The CTFA plays a major role in determining the direction. The main activities of this association include liaising with departments such as the New Zealand Trade & Enterprise, consumption, EPA and Medsafe, organize seminars and workshops on issues potentially affecting business members followed legislation, including bills before Parliament, to be compatible with the objectives of the industry, driving sales and salary surveys to provide accurate and current information, be a reference center for trade inquiries from both offshore and locally, Running the subgroup of small businesses, for small and medium size and provide a service to members for GMP Certification and free sale certificate. The group, in addition to periodically meet to share information, a list of networking contacts. This is designed to help members contact others who may have experience in fields of mutual interest.

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