Catch up on this week’s industry chatter with these click-worthy links:
- Business technology site Techworld took a closer look at Nu Skin’s ageLOC Me product, which the company calls a “customized skincare device.” Techworld named ageLOC Me the most innovative product in retail at its annual awards, The Techies 2016, which recognizes the best of the U.K. technology sector. The device, which contains a complete skincare regimen, pairs with an online evaluation tool that generates a personalized regimen from about 2,000 product combinations.
- For Autism Awareness Month in April, Stella & Dot once again paired up with actress Holly Robinson Peete to launch the Harmony Bracelet, with all net proceeds benefitting the HollyRod Foundation. Peete and her husband, former NFL quarterback Rodney Peete, established the foundation in 1997 to provide “compassionate” care to children and families living with autism and Parkinson’s disease.
- Primerica employees are a happy bunch, according to an annual list of Atlanta’s Top Workplaces published by the Atlanta Journal-Constitution. Based solely on employee surveys, which the daily newspaper conducted in partnership with Workplace Dynamics, financial services firm Primerica was named one of the top employers in the Atlanta area.
- In an interview for Elite Daily, Gregg Renfrew, Founder and CEO of Beautycounter, shared her perspective on being a woman in business. Drawing lessons from her own varied career, ranging from her own cleaning business in college to a stint on Wall Street, the beauty executive encourages her fellow women to view femininity as an asset in the workplace.
- Beautycounter will be in the spotlight again when Fast Company brings its Creativity Counter-Conference to Los Angeles. Attendees of the two-day creativity retreat, slated for May 24–25, will hear about Beautycounter’s mission to take on the FDA and regulate the cosmetics industry, a story featured in the April issue of Fast Company.