Executive Summary
1.1 Research Scope
1.2 Research Methodology
1.3. Summary of Key Findings
Technology Landscape
2.1. End-consumer Preferences Influence the Adoption of Natural Fragrances in the Personal Care Industry
2.2. Artificial Intelligence (AI) Tool Potentially Impact Fragrance Chemistry by Creating Complex Formula and Molecules
2.3. Regulations Favor the Use of Natural and Environment Friendly Ingredients for Fragrance Development
2.4. Key Ingredients Used for Developing Natural Fragrances
2.5. Increasing Consumer Preference for Organic and non-GMO Extracts in Fragrances
2.6. Microalgae Ingredients are Becoming for Cosmetic Formulations
2.7. Engineering Bacteria and Enzymes Through Microbiological Pathways to Produce Fragrance Molecules is of Focus
2.8. Biotransformation of Ferulic Acid to Produce Vanillin for Luxury Perfumes Gaining Momentum
2.9. Rising Awareness of Aromatherapy for Health and Wellness Driving the Need for Essential Oils
2.10. Bio-derived Fixatives Helps Fragrances to Last Longer By Reducing its Volatility
Innovation Indicators
3.1. Merger and Acquisitions are Prominent Amongst Fragrance Developers
3.2. Partnerships, Collaborations, and Expansions are Witnessed Across Globe
3.3. Public and Private Funding for Start-ups and Academia to Develop Innovative Natural Fragrance Molecules is on the Rise
3.4. IP Analysis Showcases High Patent Filing Activity in the US and Europe
3.5.Top Patent Assignees are Spread Across Geographies and Applications
Companies to Action
4.1. Antimicrobial Fragrances to Inhibit the Growth and Replication of Microbes
4.2. Development of Antiviral Fragrances based on Essential Oils
4.3. Air Care Fragrances with Natural Ingredients
4.4. Natural Deodorant Made With Plant-based Ingredients and Magnesium
4.5. Carbon-negative Photosynthesis Process to Develop Renewable Chemicals
4.6. Extinct Hawaiian Mountain Hibiscus Plant Fragrance is Replicated Through Synthetic Biology
4.7. Chiral Pure Raspberry Fragrance Through Biotechnological Pathway
4.8. Conversion of Levoglucosenone to Hydroxymethyl Butyrolactone Through Waste Biomass
4.9. Fragrance with Vegan and Cruelty-free Ingredients
4.10. Leveraging Artificial Intelligence Tool for Customization of Fragrances
4.11. Microencapsulated Biodegradable Microbeads for Controlled Release of Active Ingredients
Noteworthy Fragrance Companies
5.1. Givaudan SA, Switzerland
5.1.1. Production Capacity Expansion and Acquisitions are Key Strategiesto Strengthen Product Portfolio
5.2 Symrise AG, Germany
5.2.1. Extensive R&D Activity in Natural Ingredients
5.3 MANE SA, France
5.4 . Takasago International Corporation, Japan
5.5. International Flavors & Fragrances, Inc. (IFF), US
5.6. Firmenich SA
Growth Opportunities
6.1. Growth Opportunities: Significant R&D Investment Leads to Development of Animal-testing Free Natural Fragrances
6.2. Growth Opportunities: R&D Partnerships Accelerate the Creation of Niche Fragrances
6.3. Growth Opportunities: Increasing Demand for Ingredient Transparency in Fragrance Products Boosting the Need for Natural Ingredients
6.4. Strategic Imperatives: Critical Success Factors
Industry Contacts
7.1 Key Contacts
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