Plastic-free sampling by the Brazilian company Adhespack will be launched at the world's largest packaging meeting for the luxury market
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Durante a pandemia, a Adhespack, empresa brasileira que oferece tecnologias de amostragem, já havia lançado o Ticket Scent, uma tecnologia inspirada nos dispensadores de senhas, mas com tecnologia adaptada e patenteada para distribuição de amostras individuais de perfume. As pesquisas para novos desenvolvimentos prosseguiram e, agora, a Adhespack tornou-se a primeira empresa de amostragem do mundo a oferecer uma opção de amostras de perfumes e maquiagem com superfície protegida contra vírus e bactérias.
Since the beginning of the pandemic, many changes have occured in the ways that people purchase goods. Even as more and more people become immunized, disease prevention and control measures are still essential.
Brazil’s perfume and cosmetic sampling company Adhespack has launched a new contact-free instore solution inspired by queue ticket dispensers. In times of pandemic, the solution has seduced numerous brands.
Most beauty retailers around the world remain closed or start opening their doors with a series of restrictions, but it is certain that these businesses will never again have the same contours they had when they were forced to close due to the Covid-19 pandemic. . Temperature checks, mandatory masks for customers and employees, and strict rules for product experimentation are among the changes beauty retailers will face.