Dermazone has a singular focus: achieving industry-leading results.
While nanotechnology is the key technology strategy, Dermazone’s business strategies have shifted over the years to leverage the company’s strengths.
In the early years . . .
The company relied solely on business-to-business distribution channels for its Celazome Clinical Skin Care division, providing anti-aging and moisturizing products to consumers through doctors, clinicians, and skin care experts. Recognizing the need to strengthen and grow the company through diversification, Dermazone expanded distribution channels with Kara Vita, a business-to-consumer distribution channel driven by a network of consultants, and later began selling its Celazome products directly to consumers online.
Dermazone also diversified the product mix with a contract manufacturing division, dermaCM, to leverage the company’s technology, formulas, and research and development capabilities. Dermazone also licenses its formulas and technology through exclusive partnership agreements.
After expanding . . .
the distribution channels and product mix, Dermazone’s key business strategy shifted to vertical integration, which would give Dermazone control of every aspect of its business, from mission to market. The operations were previously housed in Orlando and Clearwater, Fla., but Dermazone recognized the strength of integrating its research, development and manufacturing capabilities. The company relocated its operations to a 33,000-square-foot facility in St. Petersburg, Fla. This control also allows Dermazone to guarantee the integrity of its pharmaceutical-grade ingredients.
Covering all functions . . .
fromresearch and development to distribution networks tomanufacturing capabilities that meet pharmaceutical standards, Dermazone leverages its strengths inthree divisions to continually move forward and quickly move research findings into development.
FINALISTS RECOGNIZED AS ICONIC WOMEN St. Petersburg Area Chamber of Commerce Celebrates Women with Vision at Annual Event
St. Petersburg, FL – From the Chief of Police to Chief Executive Officer, the titles of the finalists for the Women with Vision Awards are as diverse as the organizations and causes that they represent. More than 115 nominations were received for this annual celebration of influential women, and the winners will be announced during the Iconic Women of St. Petersburg event on Wednesday, March 28, 2012 at the Hilton St. Petersburg Bayfront Hotel.
This luncheon and ceremony, taking place during national Women’s History month, not only raises funding and awareness for the Chamber which supports the development of business in St. Petersburg, but also honors women who have become iconic leaders in various areas of business and community outreach throughout Pinellas County. A panel of esteemed judges, representing both business and community service, has named the following as finalists for the Women with Vision Awards: