Achim Daub, President, Scent & Care of Symrise, the world’s largest supplier of fragrance raw materials, was the featured speaker on Monday at the World Perfumery Congress at the Fontainebleau Miami. Daub spoke on Symrise’s recent acquisition of Pinova, and the importance of backwards integration – the concept of controlling their supply chain “from source to scent” as a way of maintaining sustainability, transparency and traceability in a world where consumers increasingly want to know what they are putting both in and on their bodies.
Christelle Laprade, Rachel Hilbert, and Achim Daub
Symrise – which created Victoria Secret’s Eau So Sexy fragrance, hosted an event aboard the 130 foot Venetian Lady docked at the Fontainebleau on Tuesday night with Victoria Secret Pink model Rachel Hilbert.
When you visit the Symrise website a short video plays about their company. You can access it by going to this address: https://www.symrise.com
In attendance were Victoria Secret’s Mark Knitowski, Nightlife Impressario Will Makris, Blogger Troy Alexander, BFF’s George Ledes and Christine Schott-Ledes, Symrise CEO Dr. Heinz-Juergen Bertram, Legendary Perfumer Maurice Roucel, Master Perfumers Emilie Coppermann, David Apel, Christelle Laprade and Carlos Vinals, Andreas Steiner, Ricardo Omori, Isabelle Vacheret, Fred Kritzer, Doreen Bucher and Rhona Stokols.
William Makris, Rachel Hilbert, and Troy Alexander
George Ledes, Christine Schott Ledes, and Achim Daub
Dulce Almario, Mark Knitowski, and Meredith Griffith
Rhona Stokols and Jean Roberto Bueno