The eagerly awaited Global Virtual Print & Packaging Expo PackImpressions 2020 concludes with flying colours.
The 3D virtual Expo spanning three days (September 17-19, 2020), successfully managed to bring together the Global Print & Packaging fraternity, at a time when physical marketing and display of products was just not possible. Over 3.5 million viewed the event built up and over 5,000 delegates participated during the 3 day virtual event.
Leading global OEM Brands like Komori, Kodak, MPS, Muller Martini, The Printers Supply Company, DKSH and AIPL displayed their products and services in their virtual booths, and visitors from 30+ countries made it a point to connect, network and explore possibilities.
The Australian Institute of Packaging, Printpack Indonesia, The Sri Lankan Association of Printers and Press Ideas all contributed to the success of the show.
The power pack knowledge sessions including keynote and panel discussions from the leaders of the global industry, touched upon the topics of great relevance in the current scenario and how the future strategies should be adopted. Experiences and success stories were interwoven into the content for a lifetime experience which the audience got.
John Gleason, a globally recognized packaging design guru; Tim Klappe – MD APAC, MPS Systems; K.Ramakrishna – MD South Asia, Kantar World Panel; Ravi Kiran – CEO specialist solutions Starcom Media Vest Group Asia; Lloyd Mathias an Adviser and Business Strategist are some of the names driving the knowledge sessions.
To add value to the expo, a virtual training program on “Building an Agile World Class Manufacturing Plant” was conducted by Randy Phares – President, Dr Box Consulting and a leading global packaging consultant.
PackImpressions, for certain, has set a benchmark with its 1st edition of the show and the Print & Packaging fraternity can now look forward to the 2nd edition to be announced shortly.
“I thank you all speakers, exhibitors and attendees who took part in the 1st edition and would like to assure everyone that next version is going to be more engaging and content rich,” says a jubilant Atul Maheshwari while expressing his gratitude at the success of the expo.
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