Welcome to the latest episode of our Podcast series "The Beauty Edit" where we bring you inspiring stories, retail insights and conversation from the beauty sectors's most influential business leaders.
In today’s episode of The Beauty Edit podcast from TheIndustry.fashion we are joined by a beauty industry maven who has played a huge part in the success of some of beauty’s best known brands such as Shu Uemura, Tweezerman and Aveda and is one half of the iconic 90s beauty brand Ruby and Millie.
To say Millie Kendall is busy is an understatement. She’s one of the founders of Brand Stand Communications which sees her do what she does best – create the strategy for beauty brands and catapult them forward to go on have major success in all aspects of the retail journey.
In 2018 she launched The British Beauty Council a not-for profit organisation with the mission to raise the reputation of the beauty industry, enhance education and invest in innovation.
If that isn’t enough, she’s also the powerhouse behind British Beauty Week, the 5 day long celebration of the beauty industry that happens in London each year.
Millie speaks to Antony Hawman, Co-founder of TheIndustry.fashion about the incredible work that The British Beauty Council did to support business during the pandemic, her valuable advice on accelerating a brand into retail and her view on the ‘clean beauty’ movement.
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