Great Innovation Debate

11:30 – 12:30, 14 September 2016

Following its launch at last year’s show, The Great Innovation Debate is back to explore the value of innovation in packaging! This year’s panel will explore the good, the bad and the ugly of the industry.

The panellists have decades of experience, but more importantly have been handpicked to take forward the ideas and comments raised at previous debates and challenge each other, as well as the audience, on notions such that ‘Innovation is not boring’, that we see more ‘more evolution than revolution’, and how to best strive for innovation in the packaging industry.

This year’s debate will introduce a new ‘Room 101’ style feature, where each panellist will argue for or against certain packaging innovations.

Innovation should be the beating heart of every organisation, being embedded in its culture and inspiring those within to be innovative entrepreneurs. Come down to The Great Innovation Debate, have your say, and find out why! We look forward to seeing you all again at the show.

Chair:

Panellists:

Stefan Casey

Stefan Casey

Business Innovation Manager
The Retail Institute

Phil Huggett

Phil Huggett

Packaging Manager
Wilko

Laura Perryman

Laura Perryman

Colour, Materials, Design & Trends Forecasting Expert

Leo Bianchi

Leo Bianchi

Head of Packaging
Burton's Biscuits

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