Repêchage, a seaweed-based skincare company, announced recently it hosted SobelCo‘s ‘Women in International Trade Roundtable’ at its headquarters in Secaucus.
The event was hosted by Repêchage alongside Colleen Logan, marketing director for SobelCo, and Sally Glick, principal and chief growth strategist.
Lydia Sarfati, CEO and founder of Repêchage, welcomed guests including Susan Widmer, director of U.S. department of commerce, northern New Jersey, and shared the history of the company, which will celebrate its 40th anniversary in July, has distributed to more than 50 countries to date and makes all its products in the USA.
Attendees were given an exclusive behind-the-scenes tour of Repêchage’s 50,000-square-foot manufacturing facility, which houses a research and development lab, production departments, manufacturing, marketing, sales, a post-graduate skincare academy, and a warehouse/shipping center.
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