London Packaging Week: 100 days to go!

13 June, 23
Leading multi-format event organiser Easyfairs faces unprecedented demand for September's London Packaging Week.

Leading multi-format event organiser Easyfairs faces unprecedented demand for September’s London Packaging Week.

Organisers of London Packaging Week, which gets underway in 100 days, say they are on course to achieve a record number of registrations.

London’s vibrant home for packaging innovation and design boasts four focused events to drive innovation and business. Each targets a specific community and combines to create a dynamic, inspirational event that drives packaging innovation, enterprise and connections at the heart of the UK’s luxury and consumer products markets.

Organiser Easyfairs predicts the two-day showpiece, which promises to ‘solve your packaging challenges’, will attract a bumper crowd, with hundreds of the world’s biggest suppliers and thousands of designers, packaging developers, marketers, founders and buyers expected to descend on the show’s brand-new home at the ExCel in London on 21 & 22 September.

This year’s free-to-attend talks are set to be bigger than ever, with Founders and CEOs of internationally successful brands joining us to share their remarkable stories and expertise. The speakers are curated to match the food, beauty, drinks, and luxury markets and will share stories of their journey and how packaging played a part in their brand strategies.

With the likes of PerfectTed Co-Founders Marisa Poster and Teddie Levenfiche, Fable & Mane Co-Founder Akash Mehta, Mulberry Founder Roger Saul, and globally renowned expert in innovating management practice and strategy and leading the modern workforce, Adam Kingl, already confirmed, registered attendees are already eagerly anticipating the next tranche of speakers.

“All things point towards this being one of the most successful events we’ve ever held in the capital. The event provides visitors with a cutting-edge insight into the trends and issues within the industry,” said Senior Marketing Manager James Montero-MacColl.

“Having unveiled a handful of our speakers, we have already set the tone – and many people have already secured their place! The free-to-attend speaker programme and engaging presentation topics, delivered by leading brands and industry experts, are proving a real hit.

“Combine that with the opportunity to discover new products, innovation and technology at the event and return to your office full of insight and ideas, and it’s little wonder we are fielding record interest in attending the expo.”

As well as learning from the experts across three dedicated stages, discovering a selection of the best designs in the global packaging market at the Pentawards Gallery, and finding new solutions with more than 170 leading suppliers, the ExCel promises an enhanced visitor experience for thousands of anticipated visitors.

Montero-MacColl added: “By securing one of London’s premier international convention and events venues, the four co-located events – Packaging Premiére, PCD, PLD, and Food & Consumer Pack – now have a home befitting the annual melting pot of packaging innovation ideas they have become.

“There’s a reason London Packaging Week remains the beating heart of a global network of brands, innovators, designers and creators – its credentials in breaking down what the next 12 months and beyond have in store for the world of packaging design, branding, and material innovation, are second to none.

“From rocking your on-shelf appeal and using packaging to stand for something to the importance of clear messaging, value perception, and environmental considerations, it’s little wonder we see large numbers of visitors returning time and again to meet, connect and collaborate.”

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