Friday, June 14, 2024

The countdown is on to London Packaging Week

In 100 days, London Packaging Week will make a blockbuster return to London’s ExCeL, marking the start of another two red-letter days for the packaging sector

With the clock continuing to wind down until London Packaging Week 2024 opens for business, organisers Easyfairs are reporting a ‘significant ramping up’ of visitor registrations.

London Packaging Week, renowned as one of the premier exhibitions for sustainable and stylish packaging solutions worldwide, opened for registrations earlier than ever before, pointing to another stellar edition in the capital.

The two-day event, which will take place on 11 & 12 September, attracted 4,500+ visitors and 190 exhibitors to the ExCeL in 2023, connecting hundreds of the world’s biggest suppliers and thousands of designers, packaging developers, marketers, founders and buyers that have come to rely on the event to drive innovation and creativity.

From DS Smith, International Direct Packaging and Simply Cartons to Pusterla, Croxons, and Favini, the show corrals stakeholders across the packaging supply chain under one roof. London Packaging Week continues to play host to a number of the key players in packaging design, innovation and sustainability, regularly welcoming industry professionals from some of the world’s biggest brands, including Waitrose, Marks & Spencer, ELEMIS, Charlotte Tilbury, DIAGEO, Hotel Chocolat, Mulberry, Burberry, Harrods, and Molton Brown.

With leading brands Chivas Brothers and L’Oreal, joined by the likes of Brompton Bicycle, Sun Branding and WRAP, set to deliver an essential update for the future, it’s easy to see why London Packaging Week has fast become the UK’s leading luxury, beauty, drinks and FMCG event. Taking in top-level topics, from the growing role of artificial intelligence and sustainability and the environment, to connected packaging applications and practical lessons in design and structural engineering, there’s something for everyone.

“We want London Packaging Week to be the event that keeps spirits high as the summer ends,” said James Montero MacColl, Senior Marketing Manager for Easyfairs UK. “Our team continues to work tirelessly to deliver the best possible outcomes for exhibitors and visitors. The consistently glowing reports from last year’s shows make it clear that exhibitors engage in valuable networking with existing and new contacts, secure high-quality leads and consider our events a must-visit to gain industry updates.

“London Packaging Week is where innovation meets collaboration, and the packaging industry comes alive. If you’ve never experienced one of our shows before, there’s no better time to jump in than 2024.

“If you’ve attended or exhibited in previous years, you’ll know why the show has that reputation. When you combine all the biggest names in the world of packaging and D2C brands under one roof, magic happens. Whether it’s a new material supplier, an innovative pack format, a new contact while networking or just a spark of inspiration ignited in a debate, everyone leaves London Packaging Week with something they can use to grow their business.”

London’s vibrant home for packaging innovation and design boasts four focused events to drive innovation and business. Each targets a specific community and they combine to create a dynamic, inspirational event that drives packaging innovation, enterprise and connections at the heart of the UK’s luxury and consumer products markets.

Packaging Première connects designers and manufacturers of luxury packaging with the major international brands, PCD is the world’s premier event brand for the beauty packaging community, PLD defines the future of packaging for all types of premium and luxury drinks, and Food & Consumer Pack is designed to drive packaging innovation across the £200bn market for everyday food, drinks and FMCG products.

Join the top brands in beauty, luxury, drinks and FMCG by registering to attend.

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