IECSC Las Vegas co-locates with IBS Las Vegas and features an extensive exhibit hall with leading companies and experts in the field of dermatology, spa services, equipment and massage techniques.
IECSC/IBS Las Vegas produced by Questex, LLC. and presented by American Spa magazine, International Esthetics, Cosmetics and Spa Conference (IECSC) Las Vegas are open to the trade only. IECSC offers leading education and dynamic show floors. These shows are expected to provide the must attend events for more than 25,000 attendees of spa & wellness Professionals searching for insightful guidance to grow their businesses and keep them at the forefront of their competitive industry.
At the last year show the International Esthetics, Cosmetics and Spa Conference
(IECSC) welcomed more than 21,950 attendees at its 26th annual industry trade show, which took place at the Las Vegas Convention Center on June 24-26, 2017.
More than 600 exhibitors met with spa owners, managers, estheticians, cosmetologists, massage therapists, medical estheticians and doctors. These spa and wellness professionals came together to purchase products, see the latest trends and learn the newest techniques.
“Our exhibitors and attendees contribute to the success of the IECSC events. They see the
impact it has on their business and we are pleased to be a part of their achievements by
offering an opportunity to support the spa and wellness industry,” stated Kathy Gruttadauria, Show Director for IECSC events.
“The positive feedback from exhibitors and attendees is indicative of the rapid growth in the spa and wellness industry. The IECSC events offer a platform for exhibitors to reach buyers, and buyers are given the opportunity to grow their business with education and new products.”
More than 600 industry leading manufacturers and suppliers exhibited at the show. Attendees had the chance to visit industry main-stays, plus many new companies that exhibited for the first time at IECSC Las Vegas.
“The show went great! The marketing and visual exposure for the IECSC Las Vegas was
incredible, we had such a great response that we could barely keep up with the attendees
seeking more information,” said Konstantin Malygin, COO of RxCannaCare.
“The response was fast and effective all the time. All of our questions and concerns were immediately and timely addressed. The attitude of everyone involved in the organizational activities was very professional and courteous. Our first time attending the event went as a breeze and we were happy to work with your entire team.”
These companies brought the latest in facial treatments, skin care lines, retail products,
cosmetics, equipment/furniture, nutrition and health products, microdermabrasion equipment, massage products, aromatherapy, spa clothing, hair removal, laser equipment, spa décor, medical spa equipment and more to the packed exhibit hall.
Participating companies included: Repêchage, Éminence Organic Skin Care, Image Skincare, RxCannaCare, FarmHouse Fresh, Cosmedix, June Jacob/Peter Thomas Roth, Blinc and Revitalash, among many others.
“COSMEDIX has participated in the IECSC at Las Vegas for many years. Out of every major city trade show, Las Vegas is our most successful show,” stated Ryan Christopher, Global Education Director of COSMEDIX.
“The attendees really come with the intentions to sit down and learn more about the companies that are present. We find that this show offers the most conversion to new business accounts with our company.”
In addition to the thriving exhibit hall, the conference program added another element to this successful event. Attendees took advantage of paid conference offerings which included Advanced Education Workshops, Medical Spa Education, an Advanced Business Seminar, CIDESCO USA Workshops, a Medical Spa Procedural Workshop and Spa Tours.
Also, attendees had access to more than 139 free Spa Business & Wellness, Makeup and Product Focused classes with their exhibit hall admission. Attendees also accessed the International Beauty Show (IBS) Las Vegas, which co-located with IECSC Las Vegas.
Spa and wellness professionals that were registered for IECSC were able to visit the IBS Las Vegas show floor and classes where they had the opportunity to source new beauty products, lines and equipment to increase their crossover business.
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