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Deadline at 12/09/2018
Posted by Anonymous OrganizationVery responsive2018-03-07 14:35:24 · Specific Technical Innovation · Project Size Range : Strategic project backed by large scale funding € · Deadline at 12/09/2018 · European Union
The deadline of this Technology Call has expired ( 2018-09-12 )
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We are a consumer products company with global and multinational brands. Our skin care and personal care business is highly R&D driven. We sell our products worldwide and target considerable market sizes with our innovations.
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