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Sue Phillips featured in POWER magazine (Professional Organization of Women of Excellence Recognized)

New York, NY, August 24, 2022 –(PR.com)– Sue Phillips of New York, New York is featured in the summer issue of POWER (Professional Organization of Women of Excellence Recognized) magazine as a woman in the month of June for his outstanding contributions and achievements in the field of personalized fragrances. Each month, POWER features women to represent their professions and industries based on their expertise and success in their chosen specialty.

About Sue Phillips
With over 30 years of experience, Sue Phillips is an expert in perfumery and branding and SCENTREPRENEUR®. She is the founder of Scenterprises Inc. and Sue Phillips Fragrance; a charming fragrance boutique or studio “workshop” where customers can experience beautiful scents and create their own, and where Phillips hosts curated multi-sensory events.

Phillips created and developed TIFFANY fragrance for Tiffany & Company, as well as many other popular fragrances, and also created iconic fragrances for celebrities such as Jamie Foxx, Katie Holmes, Zendaya, Susan Sarandon and many more.

Phillips began her career with Elizabeth Arden in training, product development and marketing, then was recruited by Lancôme, Paris. After four years, she was drawn to Tiffany & Company to develop and launch the first Tiffany fragrance. From Tiffany, Sue started her company Scenterprises Inc., and designed and launched fragrances for Society by Burberry, Burberry for Men, Diane von Furstenburg and many other well-known brands. Throughout her career, Sue’s passion, ability and ingenuity have driven her to be at the forefront of innovation and consistently deliver quality products and experiences to her customers.

After the economic collapse of 2008, Sue “repositioned” her business and began offering custom fragrances for men, women, corporate, team building groups and weddings. His memorable fragrance “experiences” and “scent bars” for large offsite corporate events, parties and fundraisers became instant hits. Phillips also established her perfumery, The Scentarium, now renamed Sue Phillips Fragrance Boutique, located on Manhattan’s Upper East Side, where she designs custom fragrances for an upscale clientele.

In addition to her fragrance business, Phillips is also recognized as a motivational speaker and is the author of The Power of Perfume. She has written for numerous publications and since the pandemic has pioneered the use of perfume to help people with long-term Covid-19 regain their sense of smell.

A recipient of numerous awards, Phillips recently received the 2020 Top Fragrance and Marketing Expert award from the International Association of Top Professionals, the 2019 LuxLife Global Excellence Awards Best Custom Perfume Creation – USA and the 2019 Enterprising Women of the Year award from Magazine enterprising woman. She is an expert witness in legal cases for distribution disputes, copyright and trademark infringement, and is a member of Fashion Group International and Cosmetic Executive Women.

Phillips earned a BA in Legal Theory of Finance from the University of South Africa in 1975 and a BA in Speech and Drama from the University of Cape Town in 1979. In her spare time, she enjoys music, drama , theater, traveling with her daughter. , culinary arts and tennis.

For more information, please contact www.scenterprises.com and www.suephillips.com.

About POWER (Recognized Women’s Professional Organization of Excellence) and powerwoe.com
POWER-Professional Organization of Women of Excellence Recognized is an online community. POWER Magazine is a digital, exclusive print magazine featuring celebrities and hardworking professional women every day. Our mission is to provide a powerful network of empowered women who will guide and inspire each other to be the best they can be. Through our valuable services, our members can network, collaborate with like-minded professionals, gain recognition and gain knowledge from those who have already succeeded.