The 6th edition of the Puig Invisible Beauty Makers program kicks off with 15 new social projects

The 15 projects selected for the Puig Invisible Beauty Makers program respond to the needs of the United Nations 2030 Agenda.

More than 2,200 employees at Puig participated in the selection of projects for this edition.

This 6th edition of the program is the most international, online and participatory to date. 

The Invisible Beauty Makers program is a project organized by the Puig Foundation and the Puig company. It has a transformative impact on society thanks to its combination of young social entrepreneurs and the talent and business excellence of Puig. The company, through its employees and trainers, shares its experience, talent and business leadership, so that each year the selected young entrepreneurs can grow to transform and positively impact society. 

Got a Chance, the inaugural gala of the 6th edition of the Invisible Beauty Makers program, was held on November 24. A total of twenty-six projects applications were submitted by young social entrepreneurs and the gala was watched by over 1,700 employees from all the markets. In view of the restrictions on movement resulting from Covid-19, the event was held online with the participation of the company CEO, Marc Puig. 

The 6th edition is the most international so far, with the selected projects distributed among five different countries: Spain, France, England, Mexico and Argentina. All the employees at Puig were able to vote over a week for their five favorite initiatives. A total of 2,268 votes were cast and the 15 most voted projects have become part of the Invisible Beauty Makers program.

An online event in which experts from Puig also participated and shared their point of view on current social issues that concern society, the company and the Puig Foundation. One of the conditions of the Puig Invisible Beauty Makers program projects is that apart from their innovativeness, creativity and social impact, they have to respond to the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals such as gender equality, no poverty, reduced inequality, responsible consumption and production, sustainable fashion and climate action.

The 15 winning projects of this edition are TimpersNikaritI tu qui ets? and Break the Silence from Spain, Tissu SolidaireTrizzy and Istya from France, Convidarte and Manos del Monte from Argentina, ChaynFat Macy’s and Heads Above the Waves from England,and IdaseMaria Josefina and Yana from Mexico. 

In the 6th edition of the Invisible Beauty Makers program, 44 employees have volunteered as mentors and 120 employees will join the pool of trainers.