CIDESCO Launches New Section in Malaysia

CIDESCO announced the establishment of the National CIDESCO Section in Malaysia. Julie Lew, vice president of the Malaysian Esthetic Association presented the organization application to the CIDESCO General Assembly to be accepted as the National CIDESCO Section in Malaysia. “In Malaysia, we wanted to create a CIDESCO Section principally to unite industry players and upgrade the industry in Malaysia,” says Lew. “All the key beauty industry players are at different schools, yet they are all offering CIDESCO training. This gives us the opportunity to bring everyone together and build this mix of enthusiasm, passion, and shared goals for our industry. As a CIDESCO trained therapist, I have also seen the value of holding the qualifications in my own career.” Lew offers years of experience in the industry—having previously managed a beauty school in Malaysia before setting up her own School in Johor Bahru. She is also a beauty therapy and media make-up diploma graduate and the international examiner of CIDESCO. “We are really pleased to welcome our new National CIDESCO Section Malaysia, and we look forward to working closely with them to inspire and uplift beauty, spa, and media make-up industry standards in Malaysia,” says Anna-Cari Gund, president of CIDESCO. “It is always exciting to announce the launch of a new National CIDESCO Section as CIDESCO continues to expand its global reach.”

For more information, visit www.cidesco.com.

 

 

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