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We work with leading brands and producers of beauty and household products across the UK and beyond.
A long standing client of more than ten years approached us because they wanted to rebrand their business and change the number of products on offer. Our project brief was to strip down their full range of SKUs, changing the categories and the mood of the products to better suit their brand. We were required to carry out a brand refresh, bottle designs and to source more sustainable packaging in line with their business strategy.
A leading drinks provider required the production of bespoke sachets for their new teas. Design Plus were there to help right from the start.
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As a business we are seeking expert advice from our knowledgeable laminate suppliers and industry specialists to investigate all suitable sustainable options for our customers. Whilst we want to ensure moisture and odour resistance, printability, seal-ability and a visually pleasing aesthetic – we’re very optimistic that collaboratively we will develop a sustainable sachet solution to meet the demands of the end consumer. This blog looks at our recent activity and efforts to achieve a sustainable sachet solution.
As part of our quarterly innovation strategy, Design Plus have been pulling together research and trend reports focusing on the impact of Covid-19 on the Health & Beauty Industry. Each quarter we collate this data, bringing our customers an innovation deck packed full of facts and useful information. Following on from our blog post earlier this month, we’ll be providing you with an insight into the health and beauty industry following the Coronavirus pandemic; exploring the impact on both market trends and consumer trends.
Back in February we introduced our quarterly innovation strategy pulling together present and future trends across the health and beauty industry. As part of this strategy, as a team we utilize the best research channels and tools to bring you an informative and educational innovation deck. As part of the second quarter, the focus is on seasonal items and Christmas gifting within health and beauty. According to Mintel Christmas gifting for BPC surged by 10 percent from 2017 (57%) to 2019 (67%). But whilst gifting continues to increase, beauty gift sets saw a decline in 2019, which could be driven by consumer demand for individual gifts.
Following our update on 26th March, when we outlined some of the early steps we took during the COVID-19 crisis to protect our workforce, we have subsequently continued to develop our ways of working and can now publish our COVID secure risk assessment.