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Bron Gorny, who has been involved with PAGB one way or another since the 1980s, shares his experience as PAGB President, and some of the major challenges that PAGB has faced over the years.
Lucy Rochford explains how PAGB brought copy clearance into the 21st century moving from snail mail to online systems, and the challenges this brought.
As PAGB celebrates 100 years of self regulation, Natalie Bayes explores the history of some of the well known brands that have also stood the test of time.
PAGB has appointed Michelle Riddalls as Senior Director of Regulatory Affairs and Advertising Services.
Willem Vas Dias reflects on PAGB's positive relationship with Seven Seas and how this has evolved throughout the years.
PAGB's TC Callis explores the history of food supplements in the UK and how products containing nutrients to supplement the diet eventually came to be classified as food supplements.
Hayden Allen-Vercoe considers what the next 100 years of consumer healthcare will look like, examining some of the key developments that indicate how future trends in population wellbeing are likely to look.
AESGP's Jurate Svarcaite and Maud Perrudin reflect on the key milestones achieved through AESGP's collaboration with PAGB throughout the years, and the need to continue to advance responsible self care.