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5 questions for… Monica Coenraads, Rett Syndrome Research Trust

24/09/2014. The latest good cause to feature in our series of articles on the charities supported by TFWA Care is Rett Syndrome Research Trust, which funds the drive to find a cure for the debilitating condition which affects young girls in particular. Here we talk to the trust’s Executive Director Monica Coenraads about the condition and how TFWA Care is helping to fight it.

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5 questions for… Arnaud de Gaujac and Fabrizio Franco, Nosy Komba Solidarité

01/07/2014. This month we put the spotlight on Nosy Komba Solidarité, one of the charities supported by TFWA Care. The founders, Arnaud de Gaujac (of Parfums Christian Dior) and Fabrizio Franco, explain how the association is improving the lives of some of Madagascar’s poorest inhabitants. Read more


Converting browsers into buyers

08/04/2014. Imagine an airport that tempted two out of every three travellers into its duty-free stores, converting 70% of those browsers into purchasers with a preference for perfumes and cosmetics. That’s the picture painted by the latest instalment in TFWA’s Airport Insight Series (exclusive to TFWA members), which examines shopper behaviour at Bangkok Suvarnabhumi.
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5 questions for… Anne-Claire Delamarre and Alban d’Avout, Les Enfants du Mékong

01/04/2014. Our regular series focusing on the charities supported by TFWA Care continues with a look at one of the new causes to be supported by the Association this year: Les Enfants du Mékong. The charity’s Partnership Manager, Alban d’Avout, and Marnier Lapostolle’s Anne-Claire Delamarre explain how TFWA Care will be helping students in rural Burma complete their education. Read more


TFWA supports the United Nations and brand-owners in fighting counterfeit.

14/03/2014. At the International Tourism Bourse (ITB) in Berlin on 6 March, a new United Nations campaign was launched as part of an initiative to dissuade tourists and travellers from driving demand for illicit products, including through purchasing counterfeit goods. Read more


5 questions for… John Hunt, Founder and CEO, Lotus Flower Trust

24/01/2014. Our series of articles placing the spotlight on the good causes supported by TFWA Care continues this month as we talk to John Hunt, founder and CEO of the Lotus Flower Trust. With TFWA’s support, the Trust is changing the lives of some of India’s poorest and most underprivileged children. Read more

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