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Aradhana V Bhatnagar

Aradhana V Bhatnagar
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Aradhana V Bhatnagar is the Editor of Salon International-India. She’s been writing on the beauty & wellness industry for over 5 years now and has a glo-cal perspective on the opportunities and challenges, which are intrinsic to the business. A night owl, she is a certified workaholic.

In All Fairness: Is the category a dark reality?

Since time immemorial, Indians have been obsessed with fairness, so much so that it has become a debilitating mindset. To usher in a new...

The Spa Menu: Holistic Blend of Relevance and Innovation

Consumers are drawn towards spas that offer an eclectic mix of services, and so, an informative and thoughtfully worded spa menu is crucial. It...
Beauty & Wellness Industry: Buoyant and Bullish or Slowed Down by Fiscal Policies?

Beauty & Wellness Industry: Buoyant and Bullish or Slowed Down by...

In November 2016, the Government of India announced demonitization of some of its bank notes. Hot on its heels came another blow, the implementation...
Natural and organic products to be top reckoners in skin care industry

Natural and organic products to be top reckoners in skin care...

Euromonitor International’s recent research states that skin care is the key revenue driver in beauty, and by 2019, India will emerge as a primary...
Inocorp Marketing plans to bring unique products to India; reveals its game changing strategies

Inocorp Marketing plans to bring unique products to India; reveals its...

Vivek Jain, Head – Brands at Inocorp Marketing Private Limited shares his focus for the brand and the direction it will be taking in...
Mergers & Acquisitions: Consolidation for growth in the beauty space

Mergers & Acquisitions: Consolidation for growth in the beauty space

Globally, mergers and buyouts are common practices where one conglomerate has either acquired all the assets and liabilities of another company, or one has been bought over by a corporate giant purely for business growth. While in the Indian corporate scenario it has been a regular feature, in the Beauty and Wellness space, per se, it is still a relatively new concept with business houses still wanting to remain politically correct while sharing the details. Salon India reports

Mergers and acquisitions open new avenues in Beauty and Wellness space

Globally, mergers and buyouts are common practices where one conglomerate has either acquired all the assets and liabilities of another company, or one has...
Salons on High Streets: Location Does Matter

Salons on High Streets: Location Does Matter 

A study jointly conducted by FICCI and PwC, reveals that the salon industry has touched Rs 1,00,000 crore in 2015, with a CAGR of 15...

Heather Nelson’s fiery passion for styling

  Heather Nelson, Owner and stylist at Nelson Hairdressing in UK, shares her foray into the hairdressing industry and the challenges she overcame with grit...

SeaSoul Cosmeceuticals: Miracle of Dead Sea

What is your professional background? I’m Engineer by education and a creative person at heart. I have studied make-up artistry in Australia and skin care,...