Sunday, September 20, 2020

New Meeting Hub for your business

Are you a start-up or an established manufacturer? Are you looking at new ways to
improve your business efficiency and packaging solutions? If yes, now’s the time to get
online.

Following the unforeseen postponement of this year’s PPMA Show, the PPMA Group of
Associations has initiated a new MEETING HUB to connect a range of buyers with industry
suppliers from 7 SEPTEMBER 2020.

The hub is FREE-to-use and provides a gateway to over 1,500 brands from over 300 PPMA
Show 2020 exhibitors. It’s the largest single gathering of processing equipment, packaging
machinery, robotics, and industrial vision companies throughout the UK.

Visitors can join 1,000s of other industry professionals to experience an eclectic mix of exhibitors’ news releases, product videos and company information; all from the benefit of their home or office. It’s the most comprehensive pool of industry information online until the live PPMA Show returns to the NEC, Birmingham, on 28-30 September 2021.

David Harrison, Chief Operating Officer of the PPMA Group of Associations, said: “The Meeting Hub is an extension of our PPMA Show. Each visitor to the PPMA Show website will have unlimited access to hundreds of exhibiting companies from across the processing and packaging spectrum.

“The Hub has been designed with simplicity and ease-of-navigation in mind. It’s not a
replacement for our annual flagship event, but it is a valuable tool for those looking to browse and invest in the latest innovations to improve business efficiencies,” he added.

There is no need for show-goers to register for the Hub. Simply visit: www.ppmashow.co.uk and follow the links to the Meeting Hub to search for a list of exhibitors. The Hub will be live until 2021.

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