Content Segment to Debut First Week of April
Mississauga, Canada –NPIcenter (www.NPIcenter.com), a business-to-business information resource for natural products companies throughout the value chain, has introduced new content focusing on analysis of the high-growth natural personal care and household products marketplace. Darrin C. Duber-Smith, president of Green Marketing, a natural products consultancy whose focus is to analyze, develop and implement strategic marketing plans, will provide this analysis in three-week installments, for the NPIcenter site and for NPIwatch, a weekly e-newsletter which goes to over 3600 industry professionals around the world. Mr. Duber-Smith, who is an adjunct marketing professor at Metropolitan State College of Denver, will also serve on NPICenter’s Advisory board in the capacity of ‘Advisor – Personal Care & Cosmetics’.
“We are pleased to add high-level analysis of the personal care market to our capabilities and content mix,” says NPICenter President Len Monheit, “This market has demonstrated elevated levels of growth and stability and it is important for our readers to understand exactly where both opportunities and threats lie. Mr. Duber-Smith has been tracking this area for many years, has been involved in producing a variety of first-time natural personal care events, and has his finger on the pulse of this sector.”
For more information, visit NPIcenter.com and GreenMarketing.netLen Monheit at 877-463-0110, [email protected] or
Darrin C. Duber-Smith at 303.258.8305 [email protected]
NPIcenter offers Internet-based resources for nutritional product business decision makers. The site (www.npicenter.com) features over 13000 companies in more than 3600 searchable categories, documents, articles, a Career Center, discussion forums, weekly e-newsletter, profiled companies, products and more. The company’s push to provide timely news and company information to a global audience has made it the ‘go-to’ location on the Internet for the natural and nutritional products industry. Additional information can be found at www.npicenter.com or by calling 1-877-463-0110.