Knowledge is power, and at Empack we want to empower you to conquer the packaging world! Through 5 dedicated theatres the event will offer a full CPD-accredited programme of inspiring seminar content. Leading brands and retailers, as well as industry experts, will employ case studies, panels and debates to cover a variety of topics and uncover the latest industry trends, challenges and opportunities.
With 6 sector-driven sessions focusing on food, drink, beauty, retail, pharmaceuticals and e-commerce, the Keynote Stage will employ leading brands and thought leaders to share valuable insight and inspiring case studies from these vertical markets.
Prospective innovators can hear from global brands and ground breaking innovators as they share their stories of the times they achieved true innovation, and how you can accomplish the same for your next project.
One of the hottest topics in the industry today, sustainability is an issue that affects everyone in the packaging industry. This stage will employ brands and thought leaders to help visitors not just survive, but thrive in an eco-conscious market.
The Label&Print stage will explore the latest trends, issues, technologies and opportunities taking the packaging print and label industry by storm, and show visitors how they can utilise these to help their next pack jump of the shelf.
Official media partner Packaging News has gathered an eclectic mix of brands and industry experts to use panels, debates and case studies to explore current trends, issues and opportunities prevailing in the current UK packaging market.
The world's most prestigious packaging design competition will be bringing a showcase of their winners to the event. Stop by and be inspired!
Shortlisted from the plethora of inspiring solutions on-site, you need to decide which is the most innovative pack! Stop by the Innovation Showcase display and cast your vote!
Sustainable packaging suppliers will compete in this Dragons' Den style session for the prize of most eco-friendly solution, and the chance to develop it with M&S.