MANA is committed to our clients' success every step of the way, empowering them with the knowledge, tools and technology to turn original ideas into finished products. This partnership is the hallmark of our business, and essential to helping each client realize a creative vision that reflects their identity, ensuring distinguished placement within the beauty industry.
MANA's Expertise spans:
> Research & Development
> Product Development
> Package Development & Sourcing
> Brand Development & Marketing
> Supply Chain Management & Manufacturing
> Distribution & Logistics
> Regulatory Assistance
> Quality Control
Established in 1975 by chemist and entrepreneur, Nikos Mouyiaris, MANA has brought together the passion, the process and the people to define and lead the future of beauty.
For over 40 years, MANA has developed groundbreaking formulas for some of the world’s most renowned beauty brands and globally recognized makeup artists. Our product development capabilities and marketing savvy have propelled brands from startups to record-breakers. Simply put, MANA brings ideas to life.
What began in a 900 square foot loft on West 26th Street in New York City, is now headquartered in Long Island City, NY, employs over 800 people, and operates three product innovation labs and two manufacturing facilities for production, packaging, assembly and distribution.
Nikos P. Mouyiaris, Founder & CEO
Entrepreneur, innovator and philanthropist, Nikos Mouyiaris, founded MANA Products, the world’s leading partner for innovative product development and manufacturing. A graduate of St. John’s University with a Bachelor of Science in Chemistry, and Rutgers University with a Master of Science, Nikos was a visionary business and community leader.
Nikos was passionate and steadfast in his support of issues concerning Greece and Cyprus. He was the founder of the Hellenic American Leadership Council, and was on the board of the Coordinated Effort of Hellenes, the Hellenic Initiative and the Pancyprian Association of America, among others. His philanthropic endeavors included the Elytis Chair at Rutgers, Children’s SOS Villages in Greece, Paradise 4 Kids in Sierra Leone, the Malaika Foundation in the Congo, and other organizations in the US, Greece and Cyprus.