Sector - Cosmetics, healthcare and beauty

London, United Kingdom
13 - 14/09/2017

Cosmetics, healthcare and beauty

Give your product packaging a makeover at Packaging Innovations 2017.

Co-located with Luxury Packaging, this event offers you the opportunity to discover a range of new suppliers and innovative solutions that will help you craft a piece of packaging that conveys your brand values, guarantees the integrity of your product, and gives the consumer an item they can’t wait to take home with them. Complimented by some great networking opportunities and a beauty-focused seminar programme, Packaging Innovations offers you all the tools to create the must-have product of the season. 

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Key figures: a healthy outlook!

  • The UK healthcare industry consumer £481 million in packaging in 2015, with projected growth to £542 million by 2020
  • The UK cosmetics industry used £449 million in packaging 2015, projected to grow to £480 million by 2020.
  • While cosmetics and fragrances make up the largest part (in value) of the luxury packaging market at 43.4%, premium alcohol drinks make up the largest part by volume at 46%.
  • The most common materials used in the luxury packaging market are paperboard, glass, metal, plastic, textiles, leather and wood. 

Trends: What is the beauty, cosmetics and healthcare packaging industry thinking about?

  • The thriving over-the-counter market is boosting the demand for attractive packages, with an increasingly competitive and price-sensitive marketplace. 
  • The cosmetics and personal care industry is expected to report good growth to 2020, resulting from the growing importance of appearance and well-being to consumers, rising real incomes and an ageing population.
  • Despite these higher wages, the global financial crisis has created some more bargain-savvy consumers, leading to a large number of new budget beauty brand launches (i.e. Kiko, Poundland), “which have struck a chord with value-seeking consumers who mix and match cheap and expensive brands.” (Premium Market Report)
  • With the increased focus on health and wellness, brands and retailers need to offer innovative beauty and personal care products designed to meet the needs of the active consumer. Ergonomic packaging will be a central tenant of the ‘Active beauty’ trend in 2017. 

A beautiful programme

We want to offer you show content that will be of vital use in the coming year. That’s why we’re dedicated the whole first morning on the Keynote Theatre to the beauty packaging sector. Expect insightful talks and panels on the trends, challenges and opportunities prevalent in today’s market. Hosted by Imogen Matthews, Consultant, Journalist and Researcher, I M Associates. The Beauty Forum speakers include; DewGibbons + Partners, GlobalData and Malée.

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Relevant partners:

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