Nature’s Gate launches new sun care products
NEW YORK Nature’s Gate, a maker of natural personal care products, has announced the launch of its new sunless tanner and faceblock SPF 25. The new products were available in stores as of April.
The Nature’s Gate sunless tanner is formulated with green tea and red raspberry, which fight free radicals. The lightweight, fast-absorbing formula is infused with antioxidant rich olive oil moisturizers.
The new faceblock SPF 25 is fortified with zinc oxide, offering broad-spectrum UVA/UVB protection. It is enriched with vitamins C and E from guava, almond and tomato extracts to help protect skin, while cucumber, aloe and chamomile help soothe skin.
Tabs Group announces Unilever agreement for total store analytics service
SHELTON, Conn. A marketing research and consulting company announced the extension of its contract with Unilever.
Tabs Group — founded in 1998 by company president Kurt Jetta — said that its total store analytics service by will utilized by Unilever. Tabs Group said its service is a better way to conduct sales and marketing analytics in the consumer product and private equity industries.
The terms of the deal were not disclosed.
“We are pleased by the commitment Unilever has shown to Tabs Innovation. We are excited to enhance our deliverables as we assist Unilever with its retail engagement,” Jetta said. “We are committed to assist Unilever in all matters related to advanced selling and retail support.”
P&G board members Lee, Snyderman retire
CINCINNATI Procter & Gamble has announced the retirement of Charles Lee and Ralph Snyderman from its board of directors.
Lee has been a director since 1994 and Snyderman has been a director since 1995. They both recently celebrated their 70th birthday.
Current director, Patricia Woertz, has been designated chair of P&G’s audit committee while the chair of P&G’s innovation and technology committee will be taken by current director, Scott Cook.
“Chuck and Ralph have served P&G’s board with distinction for more than 15 years. Their insights, counsel and leadership have been invaluable,” stated Bob McDonald, P&G’s chairman of the board, president and CEO. “We will miss them both but wish them continued success.”