What challenges will premium packaging face? This is one of the answers that the Paris Packaging Week show will provide on June 29 and 30 at Porte de Versailles.
Paris Packaging Week is the event that connects leading packaging suppliers with buyers of the most iconic brands in the cosmetics, aerosol and luxury beverage industry at the heart of the European and global market. It brings together some 600 exhibitors from more than 80 countries and promises to attract more than 10,000 visitors. Exhibitors include Gainerie 91, Seidel and Edelmann Group.
The rescheduling of the event on June 29 and 30 has allowed the event to unveil its new identity six months before the scheduled date. Indeed, the ADF, PCD and PLD shows are now grouped under the Paris Packaging Week entity.
The aim of the two-day event is to enable visitors and exhibitors to anticipate trends, keep up with developments, expand their networks and boost their packaging business in the beauty, premium beverage and aerosol sectors. In total, the show will offer some 30 hours of content presented by more than 40 speakers who will share their visions in their fields in a space dedicated to each theme.
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The Talks program will unveil trends on the future of packaging in the perfumery and cosmetics industry, the aerosol industry and the beverage world, as well as design agencies with packaging players. “It is a great pleasure for us to have been able to gather so many high-level experts and I would like to thank all our speakers who are very involved. I am sure that these two days of conferences at the heart of the event will enable the entire community to meet today’s challenges and innovate together“, says Christelle Anya, Content and Community Director, Paris Packaging Week.
This year’s featured topics include “Sustainable beauty in North Asia: what are the latest market trends to meet customer expectations?“, “What potential for NFTs in the world of wines and spirits?” and “Smart and connected packaging: new business opportunities for brands thanks to digital technological innovations“.
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