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    New frontiers in packaging print

    Oceania, Australia, Printing, Supply Chain Services, Coding, Traceability, Shows, Associations, Media, Packaging Trade Shows, Events, Packaging Trade Associations

    When: Friday 3rd August, 2018
    Time: 9am to 5pm
    Where: Monkey Baa Theatre, Darling Harbour, Sydney

    Learn first-hand from local and international printing experts and leading packaging technologists.

    From FMCG to point-of-sale, to cartons for ecommerce, packaging and brands are fast being transformed into multichannel media.
    This inaugural Print21 + PKN LIVE event will explore exciting new developments in packaging and print technology that help brands push boundaries in consumer engagement.

    A first for the packaging and printing industry, this not-to-be-missed forum will examine growing opportunities for printers in packaging in the digital age, and review the technology driving this change.

    Who should attend?

    Packaging Converters / Printers
    Brand Owners / Managers
    Brand & Packaging Designers / Graphic Arts Professionals
    Commercial Printers
    Printing Technology Suppliers

    Sessions will cover:

    • Digital disruption and what it means for print
    • Consumer engagement via packaging and POS
    • Packaging design trends ?? what brands and printers need to know
    • Game-changing printing technology and the advantages for printers and FMCG brands

    Save almost 45% on standard tickets in this exclusive offer for Australian Institute of Packaging members. Use code PACKVIP to secure your ticket for $250.

    See also

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    Certified Packaging Professional in Training (CPIT) designation now available in Australasia

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