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Amkiri wins Globes EY ThePITCH startup competition

October 17, 2018

Amkiri has created a new concept: visual perfume - fragrant ink that can be used to paint perfume on the skin.
Amkiri is the winner of the ThePITCH startup competition, which took place for the seventh straight year at the Journey conference held in Tel Aviv by EY Israel and "Globes."

Amkiri has created a new concept: visual perfume - fragrant ink that can be used to paint perfume on the skin that will remain there for an extended period. The resulting experience is designed to gain visibility for the fragrance experience in the form of temporary tattoos that can be removed with soap and water. The company received an investment from IFF in May.

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Cosmetic Executive Women celebrate seven outstanding beauty professionals.

September 24, 2018

Cosmetic Executive Women (CEW) hosted its annual Achiever Awards luncheon last week, celebrating the accomplishments of six women and one man, whose achievements serve as inspiration to beauty industry members worldwide. Jill Scalamandre, president, Bare Minerals, and CEW Chairwoman, noted that the organization, now in its 43rd year, continues to remain committed to the advancement of women throughout their careers in the beauty industry.


Scalamandre said, “The first CEW Awards were held 40 years ago, and one award was presented to Ann Watson Walsh, of Germaine Monteil. Today we have six innovators and thought leaders in the industry receiving the Achiever Award, and they all have in common a passion for their work.”

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CEW Announces 2018 Achiever Award Honorees

September 14, 2018

CEW has announced its 2018 Achiever Award honorees. Now in its 43rd year, the Achiever Awards honor women who have reached the highest levels of the beauty industry.

And -- this marks the first year of CEW’s MEN-tor Award — created to recognize a male leader’s advancement of women. CEW is also presenting a Scent Innovator Award.

Carlotta Jacobson, president, CEW, says, ”CEW was founded with a singular vision of helping women in the beauty industry achieve, advance and inspire. We're delighted to continue to honor our members' accomplishments and contributions…this month we reached a significant milestone – 10,000 members internationally – whom we will continue to empower and support as they pursue leadership roles in the beauty community."

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CEW Achiever Awards Recognized Top Women Leaders In The Cosmetic Business: Market Trends 2018, 2019

July 19, 2018

CEW is an international organization of 10,000 individual members representing a cross section of beauty and related businesses. The composition of membership includes leading brands, indies, retailers, media, and suppliers. CEW’s primary purpose is to provide programs online and in person to develop careers and knowledge of the beauty industry. CEW provides opportunities to connect and gain industry knowledge through networking events, trend reports, industry newsletters, interactive workshops, and industry leader talks. For more information

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IFF scents opportunity with ‘visual fragrance’ technology

June 29, 2018

A new ‘ink’ that can be drawn on the skin and also delivers a long-lasting fragrance – thus connecting the senses of sight and smell – has prompted a partnership between the Israeli inventor of the technology, Amkiri, and Wall Street company International Flavors & Fragrances Inc which has significant operations in Haverhill, Suffolk.

Amkiri’s Visual Fragrance Technology was launched in March by the Israeli startup and IFF chairman and CEO Andreas Fibig says the New York-headquartered company has been mightily impressed by its potential.

He said: “This is a significant innovation in the fragrance category, merging strong and deeply personal visuals with the resonance and emotion of fragrance.

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IFF partners with fragrance ink player Amkiri

May 31, 2018

IFF has announced its partnership with Amkiri on its Visual Fragrance Technology: a new ‘ink’ that can be drawn on the skin that also delivers a long-lasting fragrance.

It is a technology that links sensorial elements of sight and smell for the fragrance segment in an innovative application.

The patented technology is designed to give consumers "the complete freedom of multisensory self-expression," the company has said.

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BEAUTY INNOVATION: AMKIRI DEVELOPS WORLD’S FIRST VISUAL FRAGRANCE

April 2, 2018

A new ‘ink’ that can be drawn on the skin and also delivers a long-lasting fragrance – thus connecting the senses of sight and smell – has prompted a partnership between the Israeli inventor of the technology, Amkiri, and Wall Street company International Flavors & Fragrances Inc which has significant operations in Haverhill, Suffolk.

Amkiri’s Visual Fragrance Technology was launched in March by the Israeli startup and IFF chairman and CEO Andreas Fibig says the New York-headquartered company has been mightily impressed by its potential.

He said: “This is a significant innovation in the fragrance category, merging strong and deeply personal visuals with the resonance and emotion of fragrance.

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Innovative Cosmetics Company Develops World’s First Visual Fragrance™ Technology

March 22, 2018

TEL AVIV, Israel, March 22, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- Innovative cosmetics company Amkiri Ltd is delighted to announce the launch of the world's first ever 'visual fragrance™' technology.

The Amkiri team, made up of business, design, engineering and chemistry experts, has developed and successfully patented a technology comprised of scented 'ink' which is applied to the skin via specifically developed applicators, allowing the user to apply and create body art infused with fragrance.

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Amkiri is Introducing What It Calls “The World’s First Visual Fragrance”

March 22, 2018

Amkiri is a cosmetics company that is now introducing what it calls "the world's first visual fragrance" with a product that combines aspects of cosmetics, body art, tattoos and fragrance.

The product takes the form of a black ink-like liquid that can be applied to the skin with a brush applicator, a wand, as well as stencils or stamps. When applied to the skin, the product is not only highly visible, but incredibly fragrant, providing an aroma that is said to last for up to 12 hours at a time. As such, the ink-like product mimics the natural elasticity and movement of the skin so that it remains smooth during long-lasting wear.

Although the product is being promoted with the images of the visual fragrance in black, the patented technology boasts the ability to carry any fragrance or color.

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