Enjoy a presentation on Essential oils placing them in their historical, geographical and human environment, by Laure Moutet Manheimer.
This workshop is very visual and sensual: you will see, hear and smell.
The aim is to make the audience feel familiar with the oils, where they grow, the people behind them as well as the economic impact of the oils on the country. When you see “Patchouli Oil” on a label after the presentation, you will think of Indonesia, the villages, the fields, how it is distilled…
It is a bit like a national geographic trip for essential oils.
Even if it is not the chore of the presentation, Laure will also give all the general use of these oils.
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About Laure Moutet Manheimer
Over four decades, Laure Moutet Manheimer served as Owner and President of JPM Imports, Inc., and Vice President of Sales at J. Manheimer Inc., and Kerry Ingredients & Flavors. She was the first woman to serve on the Board of Directors for Fragrance Creators Association (then called Fragrance Materials Association), and the first and only woman to receive the association’s Lifetime Achievement Award. She was also the first woman on the Board and a founding member of the European Federation of Essential Oils, where she currently serves. Moutet Manheimer was the first recipient of the Women in Flavor and Fragrance Commerce Woman of the Year Award.
Continuing her trailblazing record, she is the first woman recipient of the Eric Bruell Distinguished Service Award.
“Laure is a fabulous industry trailblazer,” said Farah K. Ahmed, President & CEO, Fragrance Creators Association. “She has worked with unending passion and charisma to promote and protect fragrance and its ability to uplift lives.”
“Laure is one of our industry’s most beloved leaders,” said Robert Weinstein, Ph.D., Chairman of the Fragrance Creators Board of Directors and President & CEO of Robertet USA. “I admire her many achievements, especially her championing of young professionals to ensure the future of our industry is in good hands.”