Episode 31: Scott Taylor - Chemists Corner

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Scott Taylor is the President and Regulatory Affairs Consultant at The Regulatory Department, a one-stop international food, supplement, and cosmetic regulatory consulting service.

He has significant regulatory experience helping companies understand and follow US and International cosmetic regulations.

He studied Entrepreneurship at Brigham Young University, is a member of the Society of Cosmetic Chemists and is fluent in English and German.

You can contact Scott in the following ways.

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Website: The Regulatory Department


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